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: notices NOTICE FOR BIDS is. hereby given that sealed be received by the Big Stone Board of Commissioners at the County Auditor, 20 SE 2nd )rtonville, Minnesota 56278 until A.M. on January 5, 1999 1999 NEW FOUR WHEEL TRACTOR WITH SIDE AND ROTARY MOWERS and specifications for the luipment may be examined and at the office of the County Engineer, Ortonvitle, Bids shall be submitted on Sal forms as prepared by the lighway Engineer and will be to prospective bidders upon Jest. must be accompanied by a Dre- lifted eck. cashier's made payable to t Treasurer, Big Stone County, five percent (5%) of the bid. Board reserves the right any or all bids and to waive Darrell Pettis County Highway Engineer Big Stone County 437 N Minnesota Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 (320) 839-2594 (Dec. 15, 22, 1998) NOTICE IN DISTRICT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT PROBATE DIVISION COURT FILE NO. P4-98-178 OTA OF BIG STONE AND NOTICE OF HEARING | PETITION FOR FORMAL WILL AND PERSONAL IN ADMINISTRATION CREDITORS OF STEEN, INTERESTED PERSONS AND and Notice is hereby on the 27th day of January, It 8:30 a.m., a heanng will be held above-named Court at Ortonville, for the formal probate of an purporting t.o be the Last Will of the above-named dated July 30, 1996, and for of Paul Tellefson, address is P.O. Box 677, Hawley, as personal representative estate of the above-named ent in an unsupervised and that any objections must be filed with the Court. proper, and no objections are representative will be to administer the estate, to assets, pay all legal debts, taxes and expenses, and sell personal property, and do all acts for the estate. further given thai a, II creditors against said estate are to present the same to said representative or to the Court rator within four months after notice or said claims will this 9th day of December, Peter Hoff, Judge of Distnct Court, Probate Division Peterson Chiropractic Clinic Administrator Mr. Paul O. Skatvold IVlcLARNAN, HANNAHER, VAA & SKA'rVOLD, P.L.L.P. Norwest Bank Building P.O. Box 8 Moorhead, MN 56561-0008 Phone (218) 233-2406 (Dec. 15. 22, 1998) Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS Once again we have been comfort- ed by the prayers, calls, cards and memorials from family and friends. A heartfelt thank you to you all. 47-1 Curt and Opal Olson CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to each of you for attending the open house honor- ing my 80th birthday. The number of you in attendance was most heart- warming. Many, many thanks to my family for hosting my open house. Thanks for the festive decorations, the lunch and for the "special photog- rapher." Most especially, thanks to all of my five children, their spouses and to my five grandchildren who were celebrating with me. It was a most memorable day for me. May God bless all of you, 47-1 Helen Johnson CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone who remebered Oscar Angerhofer when he was in the hospital, nursing home and after his death. A special thanks to the doctor and the nurses who cared for him so lovingly at the nurs- ing home and the hospital. We wish to thank those who sent flowers, cards and memorials and to those who brought food to the homes and to the funeral. A special thanks to Pastor Robert Behlings and Pastor Mark Erickson for their comforting words adn prayers. Also thanks to the organist and the pallbearers and to anyone 1 2 else who remembered us in any way. Harlen and Carolyn Monson and family, Arlin and Verna Angerhofer and family, 47-1 Judith Giese and family. Good Tidings Celebrate a safe and warm holiday season with family and friends. Many thanks for your valued patronage. Sibson Gravel Lac qui Parle SWCD wins state award Lac qui Prle Soil and Water Conservation District recently received the 1998 Grand District Award from the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. Goodyear presented the award Monday, Dec. 7, at the annual meeting of the Minnesota Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (MASWCD) in Bloomington. "We're honored to receive this award," said Milo Moen of Boyd, supervisor for the Lac qui Parle SWCD. "We've all worked hard and believe we deserve it," he added. Goodyear presents the award annually to one Minnesota SWCD. The award is based on the District programs, activities, and achievements within a given time frame. Goodyear awarded two runner-up Honor District Awards to Becker SWCD and Wilkin SWCD. Old Mill Twirlers Old Mill Twirlers held their Christmas party jamboree with several callers in attendance. There were four squares dancing. There willbenodanceonDec. Waterfowl update 23rd. Upcoming dances Thursday, Dec. 31 will be at the home of Ben and Mary Ellen Miller. This will be the New Years Eve Party. Due to extreme winds accompa'= Thoughts for life Information Provided By Local MCCL Written By Carol KaRts If President Clinton truly believes Congress should not go against what the people want, when is he going to support a ban on partial-birth abortion? Polls show 88 percent of all Americans support such a ban but the president has vetoed it every year. Polls show the people support school choice, school prayer bill and parental consent when it comes to abortion but the Clinton administration strongly oppose any such laws. You can't govern by polls just when it is on your side, governing that way should never be done. We elect leaders to do the governing who should be endowed with virtue and wisdom. More than ever we must pray for our president and leaders, both political parties are in quite a mess. Beardsley, Minnesota Phone (320) 265-6296   ......  .-...p ,  _ .  ,-, uHmBgummm ":" " IIBlUlII1 TUBBS SOFT WATER I ]II -Iron Removal Systems [I Salt Delivery MN ]Rloae 289-1999 immuiii PEACE FARM EQUIPMENT, P.O. Box 352 South Higl'fway 15 o Milbank. S.D. 57252 Phonc:(605)432-4576 SANTA CLAUS CAN BE SEEN bringing his Christmas gifts to the George and Mary Ann Gimmestad resi- dence at 508 Monroe Ave. in Ortonville. The moving Santa waves, moves his head, and the candy chains around his neck move, too. m - m J m ...11 BI m J_ N nied by heavy snow on November 9 and 10, many ducks exited South Dakota in a mass migration, accord- ing to wildlife officials. However, Waterfowl Biologist Spencer Vaa said unseasonably warm weather in late November and early December opened practically all South Dakota wetlands of ice cover. As a result, there are pockets of mal- lards still working harvested corn fields and resting on unfrozen lakes and potholes. "As of early December, the area around Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Putney Slough in Brown County is holding good numbers of mallards," Vaa said. "For goose hunt- ing, the best opportunity looks to be on the Missouri River system. A flight by South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks on December 1, showed about 220,000 Canada geese, most of which were on Lake Sharpe and the Little Bend area of Lake Oahe. " Kingsbury County also offers some hunting activity for snow geese and a few mallards. Normally at this time of year the lower Missouri River "n the Springfield area provides good !rting but this year the number of m dlards has been low . Vaa encourages waterfowl hunters fn the Pierre area to try the expanded hunting opportunity available from the Lower Oahe Waterfowl Hunting Access program. Brochures detailing this expanded access are available from Game, Fish and Parks offices. Other season details can be found in the Hunting Handbook. Vaa said, "Remember, at this time of year, waterfowl migrations can change daily, depending primarily on the weather." CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Dr. Gregory J. Peterson Specializing in Back, Neck and Extremity Care for the Entire Family. Phone 320-839-2323 OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8:30-5:00; Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by appointment 215 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Office (320) 839-2323 Home (320) 839-6246 STOP! IMPORTANT SHOW DATES TO REMEMBER Minnesota Sportsmen's Show Mioeesota Home & Patio Show SL Cloud Sportsmen's Show Mianesota bat Show Minnesota Iill Show St. Paul Jasuary 20-24 St. Paul February 4-7 St. Cloud FehrunrV 10-21 SL Paul February 2S-28 St. Paul March 11-14 For Ixafo: 612-755-81111 HELP WANTED GET PAID $15-$30 per hour processing insurance claims for local doctors office. 'Complete training provided. Computerand modem required. Call 800/259-6661 ext 220. LPN'S RIVERVIEW HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATION Has full-time and part-time LPN positions open in our long-term care facility in Crookston. These are team leader posi- tions with occasional direct patient care. We offer competitive wages ($10.23 to $13.99/hr.), excellent benefits, and a friendly work environment. If interested, contact: Riverview Healthcare Associa- tion, Human Resources, 323 South Min- nesota, Crookston, MN 56716-1600 or call 218/281-9415. We are an equal op- portunity employer. AVON PRODUCTS Start your own business. Work flexible hours. Enjoyjtnlimited eamings. Call toll- vree 888/942.1053. EVENING FRONT DESK POSITIONS AT EAGLE RIDGE On Lutsen Mountain. Health, vacation, ski benefits. $8.50/hour - temporary housing provided. 8001360-7666. Ask for Amy or ]Rebecca. MEDICAL BILLING Nationwide company seeking boilers. PC required, no experience necessary. Earn $31,500+. Call 800/624-1478. NOTICES MEET SINGLE People throughout rural America. Confi- dential, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Connections Newsletter, P.O. Box 406, Supenor, Nebraska 68978. BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS SALE: 5,000+ sizes. 40X60X14, $7,980; 50X75X14, $11,190; 50X100X16, $14,841; 60X100X16, $16,516. Mini-storage buildings, 40X180, 36 units, $17,818. Free brochures. www.sentinelbuildings .com. Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, extension 79. S TA TE WIDE CASSIFIEDS __ Mirlnef, Oll Cl|lSllied Ad HI|work -- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES $300-$1,000 WEEKLY Mailing out coupons for local & national companies. To apply, send S.A.S.E. to: Multi Coupons, 6045 W. Chandler Blvd., Dept. F6-242, Chandler, AZ 85226. VACATIONS #1 CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP And timeshare resaleclearinghousefl Don't want yours? -- We'll take itt! Buy! Sell! Rent! Resort Sales Int'l 800/423-5967. FINANCIAL $$$ for a variety of long-term income streams. J.G. Wentworth 888/231-5375. HAVING FINANCIAL PROBLEMS? We can help! Good or bad credit. Free application and assessments. Fast results. Call 800/234-3332. HELP WANTED DRIVERS DRIVER BUD MEYER TRUCK LINES Refrigerated hauling. *$1,000 sign-on bo- nus for exp. co. drivers. "Solo drivers start up to 33. Solo drivers & contractors call toll free: 877/283-6393. Graduate stu- dents: 800/338-6428. DRIVERS, .. EXPERIENCED & INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS WANTED! SUNNY SW FLORIDA No experience necessaryf CDL training Naples, Marco Island, Bonita, Ft. Myers available! Excellent pay, full benefits, con- Beach. Week/month. Beachfront/golf sistent miles, assignedequipment. Swift course. Home condo rentals. Furnished/ Transportation 800/284-8785 (eoe-rrVf) equipped. Free catalog. Bluebil1800/237- 2010. www.bluebill.com. - .............. M*C-A-N Minnesota Classified Advertising Network Place your classified ad in over 230 news- papers vo.(on$219. Call your Iocm news- paper or me Minnesota Newspaper/sso- ciation for more imormation. EQUIPMENT FOR SALE SAWMILL $3795 Saws logs into boards, planks, beams. Lar9e capacity. Best sawmill values any- where. Free reformation. Norwood Saw- mills, 90 Curtwright Ddve, #3, Amherst, NY 14221. 800/578-1363. Minnesota Classified Advertising Network Call this newspaper for details on placing your ad in this,space. DRIVERS TRACTOR TRAILER BE HOME WEEKENDS. Regional 450 mile radius of Minneapolis, MN. Good pay and benefits. 612/525-5448 or 800/625-5292. DRIVERS - Owner Operator, teams & singles to team up for extremely high revenue. Govern- ment loads for 48 state operation. Vans & droms. Explosives background helpful. Call Landstar Ranger 800/950-7995 or 800/872- 9407. IF YOU ARE an experienced driver looking for a change, or if you are a person who wants to drive Semi Truck long haul, we may be able to help. Call for details. 800/777-1753. Polman Transfer. Wadena, MN. EIGHT WEEK PROFESSIONAL TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING at Northland Professional Driving Center, Inc., Wadena, MN. $2,950 total cash tuition investment. Class A-CDL license. Classes begin monthly. Call 800/550-7369 or 218/ 631-7369. Loans available to qualified ap- plicants. Next class, January 4, 1999. Dec. 22, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 15c