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M. Sherman services I Public notices to be held Nov. 23 [ Obituaries Funeral services for Muriel NOTICE Andrew Steven Kunrath, Ortonville, Traffic Ragulation-Rear Lamps; Required OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF ['HE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE )RIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE rIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT ,FFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that |efault has occurred in the conditions of he following described mortgage: DATE OFMORTGAGE: 0710712006 MORTGAGOR(S): Dale C. Tollakson lhd Dorothy J. Tollakson, husband and rife. MORTGAGEE: Bank of America, qational Association SERVICER: Bank of America, N.A. MORTGAGE ID #: N/A DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: :lecorded July 19, 2006,Big Stone 3ounty Recorder, Document No. 161322. LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF ROPERTY: Lots Four (4), Five (5), Six 16), Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten ,10), Eleven (11), and Twelve (12), 3lock Nineteen (19), Original Plat, illage of Odessa, Big Stone County, Minnesota TAX PARCEL NO.: 210124000 ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: 105 4th 3t. W., Odessa, MN 56276 COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Big Stone ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $32,000.00 AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED TO BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NOTICE, INCLUDING TAXES, IF ANY, PAID BY MORTGAGEE: $35,524.44 That prior to the commencement of Ihis mortgage foreclosure proceeding Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee complied with all notice requirements as required by statute; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: Thursday, January 05, 2012, 10:00 a.m PLACE OF SALE: Front Steps of Big Stone County Courthouse, City of Ortonville to pay the debt then secured by said Mortg.age, and taxes, if any, on said prem=ses, and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys' fees allowed by law subject to redemption within 6 months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s), their personal representatives or assigns. DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: The date on or before which the mortgagor must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under Minnesota Statutes section 580.30 or the property redeemed under Minnesota Statutes section 580.23 is 07/05/2012 at 11:59 p.m. If the foregoing date is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, then the date to vacate is the next business dayat 11:59p.m. MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON MORTGAGE: NONE THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, rilE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO PIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, ,MONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE LJNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, ,ND ARE ABANDONED. Dated: November 02, 2011 Bank of America, National Association Mortgagee Peterson, Fram & Bergman, P.A. Ely: Steven H. Bruns ,ttorneys for: Sank of America, National Association Mortgagee 55 E. 5th SL, Suite 800 St. Paul, MN 55101 [651) 209-7599 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. 16751-113756 (Nov. 15, 22, 29, Dec. 6, 13 & 20, 2011 ) on all Motor Vehicles and Vehicles at End of Train, Fined $125. Michael F. Sanchez, IV, Dayton, OH, Speeding, Fined $125. MN HIGHWAY PATROL Nikole Kristene Dammann, Hutchinson, Speeding, Fined $145. Brian Lloyd Hofhenke, Ortonville, No Seatbelt, Fined $110. Sara Ann Shelstad, Ortonville, No Seatbelt, Fined $110. Keith Melvin Elrite, Beardsley, Speeding, Fined $145. Meri Lee Custard, Clinton, Speeding, Fined $125. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Dustin David Sterling, Graceviile, Burglary-3rd Deg.-Steal/Commit Felony or Gross Misd., Fined $50; Fee Totals $County/Sheriff & Felony Fines $50, Crim/Traffic Surcharge (once per case) $75, Law Library Fees $10, Restitution $664.80, Restitution $101, Fee Totals $900.80, Local Confinement (30 Days, Stay 30 Days for 1 yr) Probation - Adult (Supervised probation, 5 yr), Convicted of a Felony. Cassidy Nathaniel Sigler, Clinton, Tint to Dark, Fined $135. Marshall Lane Loney, Browns Valley, Speeding, Fined $145, Amber Marie Myhre, Beardsley, Speeding/No Seatbelt, Fined $170. Matthew Ryan Foell, Milbank, SD, Speeding, Fined $225. Luke Edward Hartman, Ortonville, Liquor-Consumption by person under 21/Open Bottle law/Drags - Possess over 1.4 grams Marijuana in Motor Vehicle; Posession; crime described, Fined $435. Doug P. Jorgenson, Madison, Issue Dishonored Check, Fined $80, Restitution $61.70, Fee Total $226.70. Michael Roger Parmeter, Clinton, DWl, Fined $750, Stay $250, Total Fees $610. Kale Lewis Sommers, Anoka, Speeding, Fined $145. Anthony Eugene Faith, St. James, Speeding, Fined $135. Darin Allen Doschadis, Graceville, DWI-Refuse to Submit to Chemical Test, Fined $1500, Stay $750, Fee Total $865. Mark Allen Lieske, Henderson, Speeding, Fined $125. DNR Thomas Lloyd Herberg, Beardsley, Dredge fill and Change Cross Sect of Pub Waters w/out Permit, Fined $285. Court report (Week of Nov. 7, 2011) ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Connor John Pederson, Sioux Falls, SD, Speeding, Fined $125. Bryan Russell Koch, Ortonville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $235. Meggin Erin Koch, Ortonville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $235. Alec Douglas Ness, Aberdeen, SD, Speeding, Fined $145. Benjamin Adam Warpeha, Minneapolis, Speeding, Fined $145. Sherman, age 96, of Ortonville, will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 23,2011, beginning at 11 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Ortonville. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville is in charge of the arrange- ments. Full obituary will be in next week's paper. KDIO Temps Low Nov. 13 46 34 Nov. 14 50 27 Nov. 15 41 28 Nov. 16 30 17 Nov. 17 32 10 Nov. 18 21 19 Nov. 19 26 15 MNI rneot Extended Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8AM-7PM; Sun. 3-7 PM ORTONVlLLE, MN, PHONE (320) 839-2653 We Your Wild Game Processing Headquarters! Lowest on Deer OPEN EXTENDED HOURS Proceulng In FOR DEER SEASONI the Areal ACCEPTING DEER SATURDAY & SUNDAY, NOV. 26TH & 27THI Award Winning Recipes Won at Td-State Locker Convention Summer Sausage. Pepper Sticks. Country Ring Sausage Smoked Bratwurst Hot Dogs German Sausage Venison Jerky. Polish Sausage Dried Venison. Special Seasoned Cooked Deer Roast Boneless - Per Lb. Round Roast or Steak $2.99 10-1 Lb. Pkgs. - Per Lb. 90% Lean Ground Beef $2.89 Locally Grown - Per Lb. Locally Grown - Per Lb. 114 or 1/2 Beef $2.19 Per Lb. Ribeye Steak or Prime Rib Roast .......... " i .'J Per Lb. ' II1 Whole Sirloin Steak ................................. -r. =I=7 Pork Chol & Roasts - 20 lb. PORK BUNDLES *49.95 Steaks, Roasts, Hamburger 25 Ib, BEEF BUNDLES '89.95 Albert 'Boots' Funeral services were held 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Rosen, for Albert "Boots" Hoffman. Father Robert P. Goblirsch officiated at this service. Hoffman States Arm on July 10, 1952 and served his Country during the Korean War. He received two Bronze Campaign Medals, Korean Svc Ribbon, Merit Unit Citation and the National Defense Medal. He was Honorably Discharged on April 9, 1954. He was united in marriage to Doris Special music was provided by organist, Linda Hoeppner and St. Joseph's Choir. Active pallbearers included; Jon Cermak, Dustin Karels, Ross Karels, Brian Hoffman, Jonathon Hoffman and Luke Hoeppner. Honorary pallbearers were Kanthak-Matthies Post 441 and the County Commissioners. Concluding services were held at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery. Albert Charles Hoffman was born on Dec. 16, 1927 in rural Bellingham, to parents, Marcus and Hattie (Stoick) Hoffman. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rosen. Boots attended St. Joseph's Catholic School of Rosen. After school he began farming with his family. Boots joined the United Richard on Sept. 25, 1954 at St. Michael's Catholic Church. To this union seven children were born. After marriage Boots and Doris farmed and raised their family in the Bellingham area. He retired in 1990. Death came to Boots, Nov. 13, 2011, at the Ortonville Hospital. He had reached the age of 83 years, 10 months and 27 days. Boots was very active in and around Bellingham. Active member of the local American Legion and VFW, served on the board of the Farmers Co-op Elevator Company in Bellingham, State Farmers Elevator Association and its President from 1992-1997. He has spent the last 24 years as a LqP County Commissioner, member of the Agassiz and Odessa Mutual Insurance Company, serving as secretary. Boots served on his township board, member of Lac qui Parle Fair Board, St. Joseph's Parish Council and Choir. Boots will always be remembered for his great sense of humor. It was his opinion that if you did not have a good sense of humor you shouldn't serve on a board. Boots is survived by his wife Doris of Ortonville, si-x children; Keith (Lois) Hoffman of Bellingham, Jeff (Linda) Hoffman of Bellingham, Mark (Brenda) Hoffman of Rosen, Mona [Brad] Nichols of Spicer, Mary Karels of Ortonville, and Julie (Jim) Karels of Bellingham, nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; Brian (Becky) son Nicholas Hoffman, Linda (Luke) daughter Hannah Hoeppner, Dustin (Dawn) daughter Zoe Karels, Ross (Casey) son, Christian Karels, Nicole (Jon) sons, Max and Sam Cermak, Danielle Nichols, Jonathon Hoffman, Andrea Hoffman and Olivia Karels, a sister Mary (Doug) Black, brothers; Frank (Elizabeth) Hoffman, Virgil (Marlys) Hoffman, Robert (Arlene]) Hoffman, and Ed (Peggy) Hoffman. He was preceded in death by his parents, Marcus and Hattie Hoffman and a son, Tom Hoffman. BLESSED BE HIS MEMORY Darlene Arloa Mohnsen Funeral service for Darlene Arloa Mohnsen, 84, of Big Stone City, S.D, will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, beginning at ...... 10:30 a.m. at Zion Lutheran Church in Ortonville. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. Rev. John Ragan will officiate. Darlene Mohnsen, the daughter of Lloyd and Pearl (Arnold) Ellis was born on Oct. 12, 1927 in Des Moines, IA. Darlene attended country school and walked, actually walked, the two and a half miles to school! She graduated from High School in Clarkson, NE and also completed two years at Midland College in Fremont, NE. On June 19, 1947, Darlene was united in marriage to Oliver Mohnsen. To this union two children were born. Their first home was in Lincoln, NE, where she worked at the Elgin Watch Company for two years. When they began their family, they relocated to Milbank, SD. While living in Milbank, Darlene Worked at Ben Franklin, Flanery's Meat Processing plant, and St. William's Home as a CNA up until 1980, when she and Oliver moved to Watertown, SD. She worked at the Jenkins Home while living there. They moved to Rogers, AR, where Darlene was employed by three different nursing homes. She retired when they moved back to Big Stone City, S.D. in 1989. Darlene was a Boy Scout leader and Brownie Scout leader, a Sunday school teacher, a 4H leader, and the County Extension chairperson. Darlene loved her hobbies - crafting, quilting, wood chipping, sewing, crocheting, and knitting. In her later years it was flower gardens and bird watching. She also enjoyed a game or two of cards - any cards, any puzzles, any games! Darlene died Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011, at Northridge Residence, Ortonville, having reached the age of 84 years. Left to her loving memory is her daughter: Candy Mohdsen; her grandson: Shawn Folk; her granddaughter and grandson: Carlos and Amber Huebner; and her great- grandchildren: Kierstin, Alex, McKenzie, Mariah and Christen Huebner. Darlene was preceded in death by her parents: Lloyd and Pearl Ellis; her husband: Oliver A. Mohnsen; her son: David L. Mohnsen; and two brothers: Edwin, and wife Maryann, Ellis and Daryl Ellis. CHS, Watertown Co-op to build fertilizer hub plant CHS Inc. and Watertown Coopera- tive Elevator Association, Watertown, SD have formed a partnership for the construction and operation of a fertil- izer hub plant. The warehouse at Watertown will have capacity to handle 39,000 tons of dry nitrogen, phosphorus and potash. The co-owned hub plant with blending capability will serve CHS Crop Nutri- ents wholesale customers and Water- town Cooperative Elevator customers in the region. "CHS has always been a strong, trusted business partner with us on both our inputs and grain business," says Ralph Nelson, Watertown Cooperative Elevator Association general manager. "This new plant will be more cost- ef- fective because it replaces four older facilities and will enable us to better serve growers." Construction has started with com- pletion expected in August, 2012. Watertown Cooperative Elevator Association was established in 1940. Today, it is a full-service agronomy, grain, feed and seed business serving more than 800 growers from the main office in Watertown, and branch loca- tions in Webster and Henry, SD. CHS Inc. is a diversified energy, grains and foods company, A Fortune 100 company, CHS is owned by farm- ers, ranchers and cooperatives, along with thousands of preferred stockhold- ers across the United States. CHS sup- plies energy, crop nutrients, grain, livestock feed, food and food ingredi- ents, along with business solutions in- cluding insurance, financial and risk management services. The company operates petroleum refineries/pipelines and manufactures, markets and distrib- utes Cenex brand refined fuels, lu- bricants, propane and renewable energy products. CHS is listed on the NASDAQ at CHSCP. Partnership formed to reduce Minnesota hunger USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Second Harvest Heartland food bank have teamed up to connect Min- nesota farmers with the regional food bank network. This partnership has the unique ability to reach individual farm- ers who may have excess produce that could be donated to food banks. Sec- ond Harvest Heartland, the largest of six food bank organizations serving Minnesota, has an efficient and effec- tive distribution system to get fresh produce from the farm to those in need. FSA has offices in 79 counties in Min- nesota where farmers regularly do business. The combination of an ex- pansive food distribution system and interaction with individual farmers will prove to be a highly effective way to increase the amount of food sourced di- rectly from farms. Second Harvest Heartland and five other Minnesota Feeding America food banks have teamed up to develop the "From Harvest to Home" initiative. The program collects locall3; grown, surplus produce from Minnesota farm- ers. The product is then distributed th(ough their network of agencies like food shelves, soup kitchens and a vari- ety of other programs that serve those in need including children and the eld- erly. FSA is proud to partner with Sec- ond Harvest Heartland and to assist American agriculture in delivering an abundant, safe, and affordable food and fiber supply while sustaining quality agricultural communities. Over the last several years, the food banks have collectively received and distributed more than five million pounds of produce through initiatives similar to From Harvest to Home. But while the number of pounds collected has increased, so has the need for this fresh, nutritious food. To help those in need information is available at your local FSA County Of- fice or you can visit the Second Har- vest Heartland website at 2harvest.org. * IMPORTANT .PROPERTY TAX HOMESTEAD NOTICE * *This will affect the amount of property tax you pay in 2012, and it may affect yoir eligibility for a property tax refund. Please contact your county assessor to file a homestead application on or before Dec. 15, 2011, if one of the following applies: . You purchased a property in the past year and you, or a qualifying relative, occupy the property for homestead purposes on December 1, 2011; or . .You, or a qualifying relative occupy a property for homestead purposes on December 1, 2011, and the property was previously classified as non-homestead A qualifying relative for homestead purposes depends on the type of property. For residential property, a qualifying relative can be a parent, stepparent, child, stepchild, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, nephew or niece of the owner. This relationship may be by blood or marriage. For agricultural property, a qualifying relative can be a child, grandchild, sibling or parent of the owner or of the spouse of the owner. Once you have been granted the homestead classification, no further applications are necessary unless they are specifically requested by the county assessor. You must also contact the assessor by December 15, 2011 if you are the property owner, or a qualifying relative of the property owner, and the use of the property has changed during the past year. If you should sell, move, or for any reason no longer qualify for the homestead classification, you are required to notify the county assessor within 30 days of the change in homestead status. Failure to notify the county assessor within this 30-day period is punishable by recalculation of tax as non-homestead, in addition to a penalty equal to 100 percent of the homestead benefits. BIG STONE COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE 320.839.6360 - ...... I Extension news Attend U of M Extension Cattle Feeder Days Dec. 5-8 University of Minnesota Extension will host the annual Minnesota Cattle Feeder Day program Dec. 5-8, 2011 at the following times and locations: Morris, Dec. 5, 5:30 p.m., West Central Research and Outreach Center Luverne, Dec. 6, 5:30 p.m., Blue Mound Banquet Center Tracy, Dec. 7, at 9:30 a.m., the Caboose Rochester, Dec. 8, 5:30 p.m., America's Best Value Inn (formerly La Quinta Inn) Topics include: Priorities that affect feedlot health, a top 10 list. Jeremy Schefers, U of M Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, sees first-tiand the effects of health problems in the feedlot. Schefers will incorporate his experience at the diagnostic lab with on-farm interactions with feedlot producers, nutritionists and veterinarians to make recommendations on what can be done to keep feedlot cattle healthy and profitable. Optimizing efficiencies in the feedyard. Chad Zehnder, Land O' Lakes Purina Feed, knows feedlot input prices are at an all:time high with no end in sight. Fortunately, even with high feed cattle prices, opportunities still exist to remain profitable in the feedlot business. Zehnder will explain how to remain profitable in an era of extremely high input costs. Feedlot facilities panel. Alfredo DiCostanzo from Extension's Beef Team will lead this discussion. With the unique feeding climate experienced in Minnesota and the upper Midwest, it is important to have feedlot facilities that allow for optimal cattle performance while maintaining a positive bottom line. Recent years have seen a renewed interest in confinement facilities of varying type, which has brought about questions as to ideal facility type and proper facility management. This panel of producers and industry experts will discuss different facility types and how they can best be utilized. Research updates from recent University of Minnesota feedlot research. Extension's Beef Team has been one of the most productive feedlot research groups in the country over the last few years, and will share new research along with ways that the information can be applied on the farm. Registration for this year's program is $35/person, and $20 for each additional person from the same farm or family. The registration fee includes a meal and all educational materials. Pre-registration is encouraged by contacting Grant Crawford at (320) 234-0441 or craw0105@umn.edu. For information on Cattle Feeder Days or any other Beef Team program, please visit the University of Minnesota website at http://www.extension, umn.edu/beef/ or on Facebook at University of Minnesota Beef Team. Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011 00INDEPENDENT Page lib