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Time is running out to buy a new Classic OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Call today for more information and special pricing! F & R Outdoor Furnaces 605-432-4928.                         46-12*

HOUSE FOR SALE by owners in Madison, MN across from hospital, three bedroom, oak woodwork, hardwood floors, open stairway, three stained glass windows, privacy fence, four new trees, new sidewalk and shingles. Call for more information, if no one answers please leave message. 763-550-0490 or 320-568-2567. Serious inquiries only.             36-TF

FOR RENT-One bedroom apartment, downtown Ortonville. Call Paul, days 605-432-9224, evenings 605-432-5058.                         39-TF*

ALANON MEETINGS every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Ortonville Community Center (use side entrance). Friends and family of alcoholics are invited.                                    32-TF*

AA MEETINGS every Monday, 8:30 a.m., 400 Washington St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday, 8 p.m., Ortonville Community Center, 200 Monroe Ave. (use side entrance).


Narcotics Anonymous every Sunday night at 6 p.m. at the American Lutheran Church, 401 South Flynn Drive, Milbank, SD.


HELP WANTED:  The Big Stone Municipal Liquor Store is seeking to hire part-time bartenders and waitresses. Applicant must be able to work evenings and weekends and be at least 21 years of age.  Please contact City Office at 862-8121 for more information.  Employment applications may be picked up at the Municipal Liquor Store, 457 Main Street, or at the City Office, 400 Washington Street.  The City of Big Stone City is an equal opportunity employer. 44-3*

HELP WANTED: Looking for immediate full-time help in local retail store. Prefer extraordinary customer service attitude and willingness to learn the rest.  Should be able to work some weekends. Apply in person at Ortonville Hardware. EOE.            46-2*

Are you looking for a job?  List your qualifications here, the days and hours you are willing to work, full or parttime, and contact information. Call the Independent at 320-839-6163 to place your ad.            TF

Card of thanks

I want to thank all who made my birthday party a great day! To all who attended and those who sent cards. A very special thanks to my wonderful family who made it all happen.

46-1                               Molly Lundin

Card of thanks

To all of the Let’s Go Fishing volunteers, riders, donors, and Board of Directors. A big thank you for the gift. BUT---a bigger thank you to all of you volunteers for making my job possible. What a great group of people to work with. It’s great to see the joy on your faces as you help with pontoon rides and see the patrons joy and happiness during the rides if they spot a soaring eagle or a variety of water birds. Also the great smiles we see when the fishing groups catch a fish. What a fulfilling and great job we have. A note to the general public-if you’re reading this, love the lake, love pontoon rides, love fishing, love helping others and want to have fun, consider joining our group. It’s not work at all and there are no set schedules.

Again, thank you

Maureen Kostiuk

46-1         LGF Volunteer Coordinator

Card of thanks

The family of Twyla Hinneberg would like to thank everyone who sent cards or came to Mom’s 90th birthday celebration. It meant a lot to Mom to share the day with family and friends and Mom had a great time. A special thank you to the Northridge Residence Staff for their wonderful care and to Coralie Sandberg for her help in setting up for the party!                                            46-1