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Karissa Dennis Area news digest WilIsr. PianoPresentRecital (Dog) MONTEVIDEO-Several points will be made by local officials at a meeting in Redwood Falls Dec. 10 to determine the location of an Area Health Education Center (AHEC) in southwestern Minnesota for which Montevideo is one of four contenders. Montevideo has proven that they can bring the city, county, hospital and clinic together on a project through the success of the new veterans clinic which recently celebrated its very successful first year of operation. BENSON-"We got our plant back up and running last Thursday," Chippewa Valley Ethanol Plant General Manager Bill Lee said Monday. "Three weeks and a day later." It was just over three weeks ago, Oct. 23, that CVEC was damaged by a blast that killed a contract welder, injured one employee and shut down the plant. CVEC is running at about half its 42 million gallon production capacity, Lee said, but he expects the operation to take another step toward full production later this week. However, Lee is cautious in predicting just how fast the plant will get back to full production. APPLETON-Eleven National Guardsmen from Appleton's 1151st Towed Artillery Support team have been placed on alert and are waiting for notification to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. According to Master Sergeant Greg Pedersen of the National Guard's battalion headquarters in Montevideo, the alert status is basically orders that tell the men they could be called up. They have not received deployment orders. MILBANK, SD-The building formerly occupied by Mary Ann's Childrens Wear was razed on Monday. The Milbank Fire Department had purchased the building with plans to use the land to expand the parking lot north of the Fire Hall. The property was sold,at sheriff's auction and purchased by a holding company. According to Fire Chief Ron Bjerke, the Fire Department purchased the property from the holding company. STARBUCK-Drive, motivation and focus all are traits needed to be a pageant winner, according to Starbuck native Jennifer Smith. And she must know as she was just crowned Miss North Dakota, USA on Nov. 2 in the Fargo Theatre in downtown Fargo. Smith, who is the daughter of Katherine (Wesen) Graft of Alexandria and Randy and Joy Smith of Starbuck, displayed those traits throughout her training for the pageant as it was a tough road. Smith said many people don't realize all the hard work that comes before pageant day. Big Stone City news Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Big Stone City senior citizens will meet at the Center on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd ['or a potluck dinner and business meeting. All senior citizens are welcomed. Darshell Frevert went deer hunting with her uncle Paul Frevert on Saturday, Nov. 15th and Sunday, Nov. 16th. Greg and Leann Barnett and Tommy of Sioux Falls were Nov. 14th week-end guests at the home of Arlin and Verna Angerhofer. The Red Hats of Big Stone City, Milbank, and Ortonville attended a show of deoratcd Christmas trees and., table settings at the Holiday Inn of Willmar on Saturday, Nov 15th. It was sponsored by Rice Hospital. Donald Bull and Stormy Bull both of Watertown, SD and Vicky Leetch and Don Tillman both of Corona, SD were Saturday, Nov. 15th visitors and luncheon guests at the home of Elmer and Charlotte Athey and family. Paul Treinen and his son Andrew, Roman Taffe and his sons Mich and Charley, Tom Dew, and Rollie Karels spent the week-end of Nov. 14th with Wade Van Dover and his family at Wade's parents farm hunting deer and pheasants. Adeline Overberg went to Sisseton to visit an aunt and friends on Tuesday, Nov. 18th. Matt Hunt and Cindy Hunt visited Blanche Westermeyer on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Dennis and Debbie Underwood of Milbank visited Blanche Westermeyer on Sunday, Nov. 16th. Wednesday, Nov. 19th the Rosen Parish hosted a bingo party at Northridge for the residents. They furnished food and prizes. Monday afternoon, Nov. 17th Mothers in Christ prayer group met at Northridge. On Wednesday morning Nov. 19th Mass was held at Northridge for the deceased Dorothy Sis. Wednesday evening, Nov. 19th Northridge residents were entertained by,a musician who came from Willmar. Marlys Pillatzke visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 18th. Sally Roggenbuck attended Bowl of Love at St. John's Church basement on Thursday, Nov. 20th. Pat Sester gave a good report on Bible history. The ladies wrote out recycled cards for shut-ins. Mass was held at 11:00 followed by a potluck. Mrs. Margaret Shakey and her daughter Linda of Madison, visited Sally Roggenbuck on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 20th. Glenda Loeschke from Big Stone City and Ralph and Lavina Loeschke were supper guests Wednesday, Nov. 19th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Loeschke to celebrate Barb Loeschke's birthday. 1997 Chew Silverado Z71 4x4 - $11,500 Loaded, Leather, 3rd door, CD, white, 81,000 miles 1998 GMC Sierra 4x4 2500 Ext. Cab - $12,300 Long box, CD, Red, 69,000 miles Colt today! (320) 839-7197 or 839-2911 PRO AUTO I(evin Backstrand Ontonville, MN I I Karissa Schneck Dennis invites you to her Senior Piano Recital on Saturday, Nov. 29 at 2:22 p.m. in the Sanctuary of Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. Dennis is a senior at Bemidji State University, and will graduate in December. She wishes to give this concert as a personal thank you to the many people, who have encouraged her throughout her church, school and community activities. Following the recital, coffee will be served in the fellowship hall. Please join Karissa and her family. Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Nov. 25 John Ellingson, Debbie Burdick, Arnold Holtquist, Candi Kraemer, Cliff Redepenning, Nathan Devorak Wednesday, Nov. 26 Denielle Scoblic, Marisa Haakenson, Nancy Zehringer, Bob Pflueger, Gordon Blume, Pete Taffe, Pavia Henneberg, Devon Bailing Thursday, Nov. 27 Paulette Kar n, Ellen Karels Helgeson, Jim Scherer, Jennifer Kraemer, Megan McLaughlin, Lori Bogenrief, Laiken Nelson, Bobbi Jo Oakes, Roberta Strobl, Rikki Roscoe Friday, Nov. 28 FBUt l00ot orgot00n r In 1911, national driving champion Ray Harroun came out of retirement and won the inaugural running of the Indianapolis 50o using a rear- view mirror, whieh he invented. In 194 9 , Reader's Digest included the publication, "Cigarette Advertising Fact and Fiction." The publication concluded from tests of two dozen cigarettes of each of the leading brands that smokers "need to no longer worry as to which cigarette can most effectively nail down his coffin." In 1975, kidnapping victim-turned-fugitive robber Patty Hearst was arrested in San Francisco. Hearst served 21 months before President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence. In 1693, Sir Isaac Newton laid the for incalculable high-school ni when he published his new way of explaining the laws of o00ts q At your conveniencel Only in the newspaper does the news "keep" until your work is done -- when you are ready for it. Take it to work and to the store. Read it later. Clip it and post it and file it and mail it. Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communityl 00Sen00e00t!bi00 With photo greeting cardsV .With PhOto . k Make an appointment now to have your family portraits taken for greeting cards and enlargements. / Sitting Fee S799 For One Person (Each additional person =1" +=) Check out the new style of photo greeting cards and low priced film Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank ,' 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch !ili j Colleen Jones Pribyl, John Oakes, Cassandra Rae Schulte, Becky, Hassles, Stephanie SChuelke, Cor)tj: ;le AUCTION C,n Stattelman, Bridget Dinnel Saturday, Nov. 29 Alta Froelich, Loyal Johnson, Dave Oakes, Alison Lee Voegtli, Jaclyn Watson, Cheryl Athey, Major John Stewart Sunday, Nov. 30 Darren Wacha, Dennis Gerjets, Jeannine Thomas, Jeremy Jon Dinnel, JoAnn Kay Schmidt, Dawn Lager, Micaela Rausch, Susan Karels, Megan Schneider, Brian Wiseman, Lucille Block Monday, Dec. 1 Matt Swigerd, Tom Tobin, Katie Tyson, Floyd Guse, Ethan Scoblic, Dave Wieman, Robin Ehlebracht, Alisha Ross, Hannah Helen Hasslen Tuesday, Dec. 2 Dorothy Brown, Tina Jones, Sharyn Cox, LaRae Wellendorf, Laura Kristine Puder, Rosa Schueike, Pete Bungarden, Charles Taffe Court report (Week of Nov. 18, 2003) ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Nicole Marie Cortez, Stacy, Speeding 40/30, Fined $40, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Renee Maria Munoz, Ortonviile, Driving After Suspension, Fined $100, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Robert Joseph Buhl, l,I, Graceville, MSD Speed, Fined $305, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Michella Jean Chaloupka, Ortonville, Driving After Revocation, Fined $500, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 1 yrs. Joshua Dale Smith, Willmar, Drive After Revocation Reduced to No D/L, ' Fined $500, Stayed $202. Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF . Matthew David Leedom, Sioux Falls, SD, Speeding 69/55, Fined $50, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Mark James Mrotek, Appleton, WI, Speeding 65/55, Fined $40, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Kristine Sue Brockman, New Ulm, Issue Dishonored CK, Fined $80, Surcharge $35, Restitution $24; Court Costs $10. Joel Albert Becker, Beardsley, No Insurance, Fined $1000, Stayed $700, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 1 yrs. Dillon Gale Issendorf, Clinton, Basic Speed, Fined $40, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Save this paper for recycling ln2 Sunday, November 30 12:00 ,ss Location: High School Commons, 200 Trojan Dr., Ortonville, ooden Towel Rack caslonal Tables n Table w/Glass Top panese Garden Scat (Pottery) rses her Mlecellaneous Items Miscellal Rocking He1 KniVeS Copper Kettle & Lid Sells at 12 Noon at the House 645 Jefferson (Across the street from the mona) - 2 Stow, 2 Bedroom Home Located On A Nice Approximately 60'x120' w/Unattached Garage. Like Natural Gas Furnace, 1 1/2 10% Earnest Money Sale .Day. The Remainder To Paid In Full Within 30 Days With I Possession. Closing To Be t Conducted By Schrelner Law Office, Ortonvllle. For Viewing I Contact Colleen Regan 320-839- I 3724 or John Baker 320-394-2489 Special Viewing Day Wed. Nov. 19 3:00 - 5:00 Maple Hutch Drop Leaf Maple Table & 4 Chairs Duncan Phyfe Dining Table w/2 Leaves, 6 Chairs, & Glass Top Buffet Maple Secretary Oak Occasional Table Wooden 4 Shelf Book Shelf Drop Leaf Side Table Eagle Framed Wall Mirror Pedestal Plant Stand Occasional Arm Chair Oak Desk Chair Maple Farmers Rocker Upholstered Full Size Bed & 2 Matching Chairs (Very Nice Ornate Set) 4 Drawer AnUque Dresser w/Mirror Caned Back Sofa & Matching Rocker (Newly Upholstered) Padded Wooden Rocker (Kroehler Mfg.) 3 Wooden Press Backed Chalre I White Wicker Chairs Library Table Metal Accent Tables Quilt Rack Several Wall & Corner Knick Knacks Shelves Walnut Secretary Round Maple Table w/2 Leaves Auctioneers & Clerks Brown & Baker Auction Co., Appleton, MN John Baker - 76-11 (320) 394-2469 Terry HIIbrands - 12-21 (320) 599-4917 web site: www'brwnsndbakencm small: jebakor @ Info-Ilnk.net MIIbenk Creamery, MIIbenk, SD Pottery 2 Gal., 20 Gal. & 8 Gal. Crocks Mexican Stoneware Plates 1 Lb. Butter Cutter California Mist Stoneware China (Setting For 12) Czech 'q'hta" China (Satttng For 12) Fire King Dishes Cookbooks Franciscan China "Discovery" Heritage Pattern Smith Tayler China Franciscan "Mseterplece" China Several Pieces Of Orange Glassware Irls Carnival Glass Vases & Bowls Stained Glass Lamp Shades Verlous Styles Of Table Lamps Carnival Glassware (Cream & Sugar, Pitcher & Matching Glasses) Basket Dishes Ribbon Glassware Milk Glass & Knob Glass Several Pieces Of Pink Depression Glassware Etched Glassware Cut Glass & Crystal Amber & Green Depression Glass Assortment Of Silverware & Flatware Pottery Punch Bowl Set Gothic stained Glass "From Benson, MN Church" 2 Octagon Stained Glass Windows 4 Stained Glass Windows Approximately 1 a"x36" Feer Pattern Glass Serving Pieces lsny Multi-Colored Vases Pyrex Blue Glassware Z Hanging Lamps w/Painted Shades (Very Nice) Pressed Glass Plate Stands & Hangers Copper Wall Hangings w/Matching Serving Tray Big Horn Sheep Tapestry 4 Big Horn Sheep Decanters Glass Horse Bookends Several Aluminum Serving Pieces Several Punch Bowl Sets Knick Knacks Other Miscellaneous picture "Lone Wolf" "Bueten Out Chuck Coyne Poppy Print by ( "The Flight" Remington Many Other NiCe I Lamp Lasts ;sadie Holder6 urine  Maple Wall Clock Uteri e Did Country Albums & Others portable Medal" & Others Variable Router Table Electrical Sw tcheS Items Edger I 1/2 HP Other 18.5 Case, As NeW" Scope, case & #B6228939 Model #1361828 16Go. 2 w/Soft case Scope Wlncheeter SN403187 Owner - Colleen RegW00 Note! CoBeen has accumulated a large assortmeat,.a of very nlce antique and collectible items. She Is:ju. her home and must sell all personal property w.==,t: 1" All property is in excellent condition. Plan to #,='-- " Thanks! John & Terry 'Th Test )ve] in q Lh d )OUl eta1 Page 2b 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday Ih.._ Karissa Dennis Area news digest WilIsr. PianoPresentRecital (Dog) MONTEVIDEO-Several points will be made by local officials at a meeting in Redwood Falls Dec. 10 to determine the location of an Area Health Education Center (AHEC) in southwestern Minnesota for which Montevideo is one of four contenders. Montevideo has proven that they can bring the city, county, hospital and clinic together on a project through the success of the new veterans clinic which recently celebrated its very successful first year of operation. BENSON-"We got our plant back up and running last Thursday," Chippewa Valley Ethanol Plant General Manager Bill Lee said Monday. "Three weeks and a day later." It was just over three weeks ago, Oct. 23, that CVEC was damaged by a blast that killed a contract welder, injured one employee and shut down the plant. CVEC is running at about half its 42 million gallon production capacity, Lee said, but he expects the operation to take another step toward full production later this week. However, Lee is cautious in predicting just how fast the plant will get back to full production. APPLETON-Eleven National Guardsmen from Appleton's 1151st Towed Artillery Support team have been placed on alert and are waiting for notification to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. According to Master Sergeant Greg Pedersen of the National Guard's battalion headquarters in Montevideo, the alert status is basically orders that tell the men they could be called up. They have not received deployment orders. MILBANK, SD-The building formerly occupied by Mary Ann's Childrens Wear was razed on Monday. The Milbank Fire Department had purchased the building with plans to use the land to expand the parking lot north of the Fire Hall. The property was sold,at sheriff's auction and purchased by a holding company. According to Fire Chief Ron Bjerke, the Fire Department purchased the property from the holding company. STARBUCK-Drive, motivation and focus all are traits needed to be a pageant winner, according to Starbuck native Jennifer Smith. And she must know as she was just crowned Miss North Dakota, USA on Nov. 2 in the Fargo Theatre in downtown Fargo. Smith, who is the daughter of Katherine (Wesen) Graft of Alexandria and Randy and Joy Smith of Starbuck, displayed those traits throughout her training for the pageant as it was a tough road. Smith said many people don't realize all the hard work that comes before pageant day. Big Stone City news Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Big Stone City senior citizens will meet at the Center on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd ['or a potluck dinner and business meeting. All senior citizens are welcomed. Darshell Frevert went deer hunting with her uncle Paul Frevert on Saturday, Nov. 15th and Sunday, Nov. 16th. Greg and Leann Barnett and Tommy of Sioux Falls were Nov. 14th week-end guests at the home of Arlin and Verna Angerhofer. The Red Hats of Big Stone City, Milbank, and Ortonville attended a show of deoratcd Christmas trees and., table settings at the Holiday Inn of Willmar on Saturday, Nov 15th. It was sponsored by Rice Hospital. Donald Bull and Stormy Bull both of Watertown, SD and Vicky Leetch and Don Tillman both of Corona, SD were Saturday, Nov. 15th visitors and luncheon guests at the home of Elmer and Charlotte Athey and family. Paul Treinen and his son Andrew, Roman Taffe and his sons Mich and Charley, Tom Dew, and Rollie Karels spent the week-end of Nov. 14th with Wade Van Dover and his family at Wade's parents farm hunting deer and pheasants. Adeline Overberg went to Sisseton to visit an aunt and friends on Tuesday, Nov. 18th. Matt Hunt and Cindy Hunt visited Blanche Westermeyer on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Dennis and Debbie Underwood of Milbank visited Blanche Westermeyer on Sunday, Nov. 16th. Wednesday, Nov. 19th the Rosen Parish hosted a bingo party at Northridge for the residents. They furnished food and prizes. Monday afternoon, Nov. 17th Mothers in Christ prayer group met at Northridge. On Wednesday morning Nov. 19th Mass was held at Northridge for the deceased Dorothy Sis. Wednesday evening, Nov. 19th Northridge residents were entertained by,a musician who came from Willmar. Marlys Pillatzke visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 18th. Sally Roggenbuck attended Bowl of Love at St. John's Church basement on Thursday, Nov. 20th. Pat Sester gave a good report on Bible history. The ladies wrote out recycled cards for shut-ins. Mass was held at 11:00 followed by a potluck. Mrs. Margaret Shakey and her daughter Linda of Madison, visited Sally Roggenbuck on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 20th. Glenda Loeschke from Big Stone City and Ralph and Lavina Loeschke were supper guests Wednesday, Nov. 19th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Loeschke to celebrate Barb Loeschke's birthday. 1997 Chew Silverado Z71 4x4 - $11,500 Loaded, Leather, 3rd door, CD, white, 81,000 miles 1998 GMC Sierra 4x4 2500 Ext. Cab - $12,300 Long box, CD, Red, 69,000 miles Colt today! (320) 839-7197 or 839-2911 PRO AUTO I(evin Backstrand Ontonville, MN I I Karissa Schneck Dennis invites you to her Senior Piano Recital on Saturday, Nov. 29 at 2:22 p.m. in the Sanctuary of Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. Dennis is a senior at Bemidji State University, and will graduate in December. She wishes to give this concert as a personal thank you to the many people, who have encouraged her throughout her church, school and community activities. Following the recital, coffee will be served in the fellowship hall. Please join Karissa and her family. Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Nov. 25 John Ellingson, Debbie Burdick, Arnold Holtquist, Candi Kraemer, Cliff Redepenning, Nathan Devorak Wednesday, Nov. 26 Denielle Scoblic, Marisa Haakenson, Nancy Zehringer, Bob Pflueger, Gordon Blume, Pete Taffe, Pavia Henneberg, Devon Bailing Thursday, Nov. 27 Paulette Kar n, Ellen Karels Helgeson, Jim Scherer, Jennifer Kraemer, Megan McLaughlin, Lori Bogenrief, Laiken Nelson, Bobbi Jo Oakes, Roberta Strobl, Rikki Roscoe Friday, Nov. 28 FBUt l00ot orgot00n r In 1911, national driving champion Ray Harroun came out of retirement and won the inaugural running of the Indianapolis 50o using a rear- view mirror, whieh he invented. In 194 9 , Reader's Digest included the publication, "Cigarette Advertising Fact and Fiction." The publication concluded from tests of two dozen cigarettes of each of the leading brands that smokers "need to no longer worry as to which cigarette can most effectively nail down his coffin." In 1975, kidnapping victim-turned-fugitive robber Patty Hearst was arrested in San Francisco. Hearst served 21 months before President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence. In 1693, Sir Isaac Newton laid the for incalculable high-school ni when he published his new way of explaining the laws of o00ts q At your conveniencel Only in the newspaper does the news "keep" until your work is done -- when you are ready for it. Take it to work and to the store. Read it later. Clip it and post it and file it and mail it. Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communityl 00Sen00e00t!bi00 With photo greeting cardsV .With PhOto . k Make an appointment now to have your family portraits taken for greeting cards and enlargements. / Sitting Fee S799 For One Person (Each additional person =1" +=) Check out the new style of photo greeting cards and low priced film Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank ,' 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch !ili j Colleen Jones Pribyl, John Oakes, Cassandra Rae Schulte, Becky, Hassles, Stephanie SChuelke, Cor)tj: ;le AUCTION C,n Stattelman, Bridget Dinnel Saturday, Nov. 29 Alta Froelich, Loyal Johnson, Dave Oakes, Alison Lee Voegtli, Jaclyn Watson, Cheryl Athey, Major John Stewart Sunday, Nov. 30 Darren Wacha, Dennis Gerjets, Jeannine Thomas, Jeremy Jon Dinnel, JoAnn Kay Schmidt, Dawn Lager, Micaela Rausch, Susan Karels, Megan Schneider, Brian Wiseman, Lucille Block Monday, Dec. 1 Matt Swigerd, Tom Tobin, Katie Tyson, Floyd Guse, Ethan Scoblic, Dave Wieman, Robin Ehlebracht, Alisha Ross, Hannah Helen Hasslen Tuesday, Dec. 2 Dorothy Brown, Tina Jones, Sharyn Cox, LaRae Wellendorf, Laura Kristine Puder, Rosa Schueike, Pete Bungarden, Charles Taffe Court report (Week of Nov. 18, 2003) ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Nicole Marie Cortez, Stacy, Speeding 40/30, Fined $40, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Renee Maria Munoz, Ortonviile, Driving After Suspension, Fined $100, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Robert Joseph Buhl, l,I, Graceville, MSD Speed, Fined $305, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Michella Jean Chaloupka, Ortonville, Driving After Revocation, Fined $500, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 1 yrs. Joshua Dale Smith, Willmar, Drive After Revocation Reduced to No D/L, ' Fined $500, Stayed $202. Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF . Matthew David Leedom, Sioux Falls, SD, Speeding 69/55, Fined $50, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Mark James Mrotek, Appleton, WI, Speeding 65/55, Fined $40, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Kristine Sue Brockman, New Ulm, Issue Dishonored CK, Fined $80, Surcharge $35, Restitution $24; Court Costs $10. Joel Albert Becker, Beardsley, No Insurance, Fined $1000, Stayed $700, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 1 yrs. Dillon Gale Issendorf, Clinton, Basic Speed, Fined $40, Surcharge $60, Court Costs $10. Save this paper for recycling ln2 Sunday, November 30 12:00 ,ss Location: High School Commons, 200 Trojan Dr., Ortonville, ooden Towel Rack caslonal Tables n Table w/Glass Top panese Garden Scat (Pottery) rses her Mlecellaneous Items Miscellal Rocking He1 KniVeS Copper Kettle & Lid Sells at 12 Noon at the House 645 Jefferson (Across the street from the mona) - 2 Stow, 2 Bedroom Home Located On A Nice Approximately 60'x120' w/Unattached Garage. Like Natural Gas Furnace, 1 1/2 10% Earnest Money Sale .Day. The Remainder To Paid In Full Within 30 Days With I Possession. Closing To Be t Conducted By Schrelner Law Office, Ortonvllle. For Viewing I Contact Colleen Regan 320-839- I 3724 or John Baker 320-394-2489 Special Viewing Day Wed. Nov. 19 3:00 - 5:00 Maple Hutch Drop Leaf Maple Table & 4 Chairs Duncan Phyfe Dining Table w/2 Leaves, 6 Chairs, & Glass Top Buffet Maple Secretary Oak Occasional Table Wooden 4 Shelf Book Shelf Drop Leaf Side Table Eagle Framed Wall Mirror Pedestal Plant Stand Occasional Arm Chair Oak Desk Chair Maple Farmers Rocker Upholstered Full Size Bed & 2 Matching Chairs (Very Nice Ornate Set) 4 Drawer AnUque Dresser w/Mirror Caned Back Sofa & Matching Rocker (Newly Upholstered) Padded Wooden Rocker (Kroehler Mfg.) 3 Wooden Press Backed Chalre I White Wicker Chairs Library Table Metal Accent Tables Quilt Rack Several Wall & Corner Knick Knacks Shelves Walnut Secretary Round Maple Table w/2 Leaves Auctioneers & Clerks Brown & Baker Auction Co., Appleton, MN John Baker - 76-11 (320) 394-2469 Terry HIIbrands - 12-21 (320) 599-4917 web site: www'brwnsndbakencm small: jebakor @ Info-Ilnk.net MIIbenk Creamery, MIIbenk, SD Pottery 2 Gal., 20 Gal. & 8 Gal. Crocks Mexican Stoneware Plates 1 Lb. Butter Cutter California Mist Stoneware China (Setting For 12) Czech 'q'hta" China (Satttng For 12) Fire King Dishes Cookbooks Franciscan China "Discovery" Heritage Pattern Smith Tayler China Franciscan "Mseterplece" China Several Pieces Of Orange Glassware Irls Carnival Glass Vases & Bowls Stained Glass Lamp Shades Verlous Styles Of Table Lamps Carnival Glassware (Cream & Sugar, Pitcher & Matching Glasses) Basket Dishes Ribbon Glassware Milk Glass & Knob Glass Several Pieces Of Pink Depression Glassware Etched Glassware Cut Glass & Crystal Amber & Green Depression Glass Assortment Of Silverware & Flatware Pottery Punch Bowl Set Gothic stained Glass "From Benson, MN Church" 2 Octagon Stained Glass Windows 4 Stained Glass Windows Approximately 1 a"x36" Feer Pattern Glass Serving Pieces lsny Multi-Colored Vases Pyrex Blue Glassware Z Hanging Lamps w/Painted Shades (Very Nice) Pressed Glass Plate Stands & Hangers Copper Wall Hangings w/Matching Serving Tray Big Horn Sheep Tapestry 4 Big Horn Sheep Decanters Glass Horse Bookends Several Aluminum Serving Pieces Several Punch Bowl Sets Knick Knacks Other Miscellaneous picture "Lone Wolf" "Bueten Out Chuck Coyne Poppy Print by ( "The Flight" Remington Many Other NiCe I Lamp Lasts ;sadie Holder6 urine  Maple Wall Clock Uteri e Did Country Albums & Others portable Medal" & Others Variable Router Table Electrical Sw tcheS Items Edger I 1/2 HP Other 18.5 Case, As NeW" Scope, case & #B6228939 Model #1361828 16Go. 2 w/Soft case Scope Wlncheeter SN403187 Owner - Colleen RegW00 Note! CoBeen has accumulated a large assortmeat,.a of very nlce antique and collectible items. She Is:ju. her home and must sell all personal property w.==,t: 1" All property is in excellent condition. Plan to #,='-- " Thanks! John & Terry 'Th Test )ve] in q Lh d )OUl eta1 Page 2b 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday Ih.._