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Lights A Tree 1998 LIGHTS A TREE. Big Stone County Unit of the American will begin their ninth annual project of LOVE TREE this Friday, Nov. 27. The tree is located on the lawn i Stone County Museum on the comer of Highways 12 and The project provides individuals and businesses in a method of recognizing someone special by giving a in that person's name. Each light on the tree represents a of $10 in memory or honor of that special person. The from the project will be used for cancer research, and service. honored HUebner of Correll, was as Top District Sales his to Seeds, and award to the Sept. in had excellent increases in corn and soybeans his district in western his seventh year as a Manager for Legend company based in for top sales De Smet, SD, that markets a full line of agricultural seeds selected for your area, I Milbank Valley Archers Fall 300 League sharer Nov. nX's B. Tanner Morris 300 53 J. Brandt Morris 296 31 D. Amberg Milbank 294 3.0 ; L. Capp Big Stone City 288 23 S. Dahle Ortonville 280,  16 K. McDaniel Ortonville 2T9 19 B. Zahnow Big Stone City 277 20 K. Capp Big Stone City 273 19 J. Hufford Morris 262 19 R. McDaniel Ortonville Inc. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Sunday, Nov. 29 1:00-4:00 PM 40% OFF ALL IN-STOCK Will be served. FOOD SHELF DAYS Friday, Nov. 27 - 9am to 6pro and Saturday, Nov. 28 - 9am to 5pm Bring in a non-perishable food item and receive an 5% OFF TOTAL PURCHASE Otlonvie, MN 56278 Many In-Store Sale Items The Big Stone County Unit of the American Cancer Society will begin their l lth annual project of Love Lights a Tree "on Nove/nber 28th. The tree is located on the lawn of the Big Stone County Museum on the corner of Highways 12 and 7 in Ortonville. The project provides individuals and businesses m the community a method of recognizing someone spe- cial by giving a gift of love in that per- son's name. Each light on the tree represents a donation of $10 in mem- ory or honor of your special person. The funds raised from this project are used for cancer research, education and service. Gifts may be sent to: Ruth Donais (317 Dyer St. Ortonville, Mn.) or Audrey Wellendorf (Rt. 1, Box 219, Jr" Ortonville, Mn.56278) or left at Minnwest Bank, Ortonville, Mn. The following donations have been made to the Love Lights A Tree pro- gram for Christmas tree lights in honor/memory of: In memory of Warner Johnson from Clarence & Ann Helgeson; In memory of Harlan N. Parker, Virginia Parker Pflueger and Adelaide Peterson from Mr & Mrs Harlan J. Parker; In memory of Robert Kraemer from Isabel Kraemer; 2 lights In memory of W. Dale Ross from Bob & Mary Ross; In memory of Bob Knoll from Mark & Terry Block. THE=, INDEPENDENT " "1 11 _ II I I - -- SHOP ORTONVILLE FOR CHRISTMAS LET SANTA GALS HELP YOU SHOP FOR THE HOLIDAYS Watch for Them on the Streets as-They Pass Out Candy & Spread Christmas, Cheer. II Spors honored as BSC first quarter student Lisa Spors, daughter of Teri and Anthony Spors of Big Stone City, is the first grading period "Student of the Quarter" for Big Stone City School. This recognition is presented to an eighth grade student who displays fine attitude, participation, and citizenship. Lisa's favorite subject is math. During the current quarter she is the school's student council president. A regular honor roll student, Lisa participates in the Knowledge Master Open, Declam, and student council activities. Lisa enjoys playing basketball, cheerleading, participating in track, rollerblading, bike riding, and reading. Completing the family is her sister Amy, a junior at Ortonville, and brother Chad, a first grader in Big Stone. Lisa and her family are members of St. Charles Catholic Church in Big Stone City. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Craig Randleman of Ortonviile and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Lien of Harwood, ND, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children Jennifer and Sid. Jennifer is employed at Lutheran Health Systems and Sid is employed at Tharaldson Enterprises, both in Fargo A Jan. 2, 1999, wedding is planned. 1For All non-pecitJ.ble loc are weicome. When onaang tooas Io any ntmgsr Wogtwn, ChOOSe Ioos you would sen. to your Own rly Petsofl$ who, I.0 Persslenl t)unge have a so:ll ne tot nultitiOus. h qga/dy h)od$ FOOO& |hal are low m nultmt n ' vak or  m fat. ,all or ".iy St hunger tSmporerdy, bul "/ nc Polec/ o Pfomole hh _,o nn extra di _ oa helf (;Ourl appliance Pure'- t on YOur nase. Dishwasher Pro./00 00ore ours: Friday, November 27, 9am-6pm Saturday, November 28, 9am-5pm Sunday, November 29, 1-4pm Cider and Cookies All 3 Days Great Gifts Specially Priced Nowl Two Locations To Serve You Better 225 NW 2nd Street. Ortonville. Phone 839-3882 adison Phone 598-3334