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CAR-RT PRESORT U.S. POSTAGE PAID BULK RATE PINE CITY, MN PERMIT #6 ZIP CODE 55063
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2012
VOL. LXXVI-NO. 38
Mora 320-679-2661 Pine City 320-629-6771
ARLEN NORWOOD Insurance Agency, Inc.
September 19th 11am-4pm 740 Main St South, Pine City
rizes! P r o o D Free Bever ages! Free Hot Dogs!
CLIP & SAVE • PLEASE PRESENT AT TIME OF SALE CLIP & SAVE • PLEASE PRESENT AT TIME OF SALE
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY!
Oil Change Special
10% Oﬀ Any Service with Appointment Not valid with any other offer. Expires 9/29/12
Service Hours Mon. - Thur. 7:00 - 5:30 pm Fri. 7:00 - 5:30 pm • Sat. 8:00 - 2:00 pm
(651) 674-7017 No Appointment Necessary!
• Stainless Steel Heat Transfer Tubes
• 6 Models to Choose From RS7200, RS7300, RS7400, RS7500, RS7300E, RS7400E
• Shaker Grate and Ash Pan System
• Heats Multiple Building Residential & Commercial • Able to Burn Many Other Natural Renewable Fuels • 20-Year Limited Workmanship & Corrosion Warranty
• Fan Forced Draft • Optional Heating Coil • Works with any Heating System • Hydronic Radiant In-Floor Heating
2 miles North of Mora on Hwy 65
WE BUY METALS & OTHER SCRAP Buying: Aluminum cans, ans, iess, copper, brass, batteries, radiators, junk cars, old farm equip., all scrap metals
BUYING: (fuel must be drained)
Dumptrucks, busses, and other large equipment! Since 1962
Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm; (closed 12-12:30 for lunch) Sat 9am-1pm
• Safety Latch Firebox Door • High Grade 409 Stainless Steel, 10 Gauge
5660 392nd Street North Branch, MN 55056
ING L C Y C E R (320) 225-2267 JNJs
320-679-2567 Mora 763-552-6743 Metro • Outdoor Coal, Corn & Wood Burning Stove
Up to 5 quarts of oil. Diesel & synthetic extra Not valid with any other offer. Expires 9/29/12
We gladly accept
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REACH 18,500 HOMES at the lowest price in the area!
Good News! Northern Lights Realty, LLC
The AARP Auto Insurance Program is
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HEGGERNES AGENCY INC. 28 North Union St., Mora, MN
679-2661 or 629-6771
Northern Lights Realty, LLC 320-225-2600
Pat Saunders , Owner/Broker
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Mora $37,500 20 acres in great location just east of golf course. Pines have been planted on most of the acreage. Possible building site. #4188411
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Snake River $137,900 Beautiful and private 2-BR, 1-BA home w/300’ of river frontage. Nice 2+ car garage, large full length deck & vaulted ceilings, loft, central air, laundry room & much, much more! #4056774
Mora $54,900 Large 2 acre lot with older mobile in great shape. large detached garage, beautiful yard bordered with large pines. Apple trees & more! Great location south of Mora. #4174372
Mora $56,900 Very nice 2-BR, 1-BA, move-in ready home on large corner lot. Fresh paint, sunny laundry room, attached heated shop plus 2-car garage. Fantastic starter home. #4171553
320-679-5044 Mora $129,900 Perfect 3-BR, 2-BA in town rambler. Fantastic kitchen, large rooms, 3/4 bath in basement, 2 ﬁreplaces, great location near school and pool. To much to list! #4132142
Mora $159,900 Wonderful 3-BR, 3-BA home on 10 private acres. 2,000 sf home is in like new condition. Large attached 3-car garage and pad for pole building is in place. A must see! #4173683
Mora $229,000 Operating restraunt in downtown Mora. Great mainstreet location. Multi-purpose building with oﬃce and apartment space. #4162374
Mora $120,00 Nice 45 acres with “liveable” 1900s home. 2nd slab home started. Detached pole garage. Sale is strictly As-is. #4189873
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St. Paul Lutheran Church • 301 Church Ave. • Ogilvie • 320-272-4352
Lord’s Portion&Dinner Silent Auction Wed., Sept 19 • 4-6:30pm
Roast Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Dressing, Vegetable, Coleslaw, Pickles, Rolls & Pies Adults $6 • Youth 5-18 $3 • under 5 FREE
Silent Auction • 4-6:30pm Farmers Market • Local Veggies Craft Bazaar • Handmade Items Bake Sale • Homebaked Goodies
Dresser-Methven Funeral Home would like to invite you to tour our new facility!
Grand Opening Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012 • 9am-5pm at 124 Maple Ave. East, Mora, MN • (320) 679-1822 (across from our previous facility) • Newest & Largest Funeral Home in the Area • One-Level - Handicapped Accessible • Seating for 200+ • One-Of-A-Kind Design by Architect Tony Nasvik • Built and Remodeled by All Local Contractors! Dresser-Methven has served the Mora community since 1912 ~ 100 years. We are proud to share our new facility with you!
Fourth Avenue Dental, PA 705 Fourth Avenue SW • Pine City, MN 55063
One block west of Main St. on corner of 4th Ave. & 7th St.
Front End Alignment
Providing a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere with personalized care.
Get up to a $75
Visa® Prepaid Rebate Card by mail when you purchase
Four (4) Qualifying New Cooper Tires
Everyday Oil Change $1999 UP TO 5 QTS. Excludes diesel, plus tax & haz fee. Your used drain oil accepted here!
HOURS: Mon., Wed., Thurs., 8 am to 5 pm Friday - 8 am to 4 pm
VEHICLE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE!
(within city limits)
AUTO & TIRE
Most Insurance/Credit Cards Accepted!
SERVICE & SALES
CAR PICKUP AVAILABLE
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320-629-0123 Hwy. 61 DOWNTOWN Pine City
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Bring this coupon & come down to meet our new team:
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320-629-5300 - 715 Northridge Court NW, Pine City, MN 55063
AUCTION Mora Area
((320) 3 396-2962
Braham Ford Metro (763) 444-9194
SINCE 1935 216 S Main St. • Braham, MN 55006
2008 FORD EXPLORER XLT
2.5, 4 Cyl., Auto, Power Windows and Locks, Sirius. 10,650 Miles.
FWD, 4 cyl., Auto, Leather Heated Seats, Dual Climate Control, Moonroof. 26,000 Miles.
2011 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LX 4.6, V8, Auto, Power Locks & Windows. Cruise, Air, Leather Seats, Remote Entry. 28,400 Miles.
$17,995 2011 FORD FUSION SEL
SUNDAY, SEPT. 16th, 2012 – 1:00 PM
2010 FORD FOCUS SES 4 Door, Auto, AC, Cruise, Fog Lamps, Spoiler, Power Windows and Locks. 5,000 Miles.
2010 FORD FUSION SE
65 South, Mora,Mora, MN 55051 Located: 755 765Highway Minnesota 65 Trunk, MN 55051
Toll Free (888) 396-2962
4WD, Auto, V8, Cruise, AC, Power Locks & Windows, 3rd Row Seat, 37,000 Miles.
$15,995 2010 MERCURY MARINER
N Bu o Prem yer’s ium
2007 FORD FUSION SE
3.0 V6, Auto, Leather Heated Seats, Dual Climate Control, Moonroof, Sirius/Sync. 16,100 Miles.
4 Cyl., Auto, AC, Cruise, Power Locks & Windows. 85,000 Miles.
2010 Bendpak #Model XPR-12C, 12,000 lb. Hoist. 2006 Bendpak #Model Mx-10acx, 10,000lb. Hoist. 1998 Bendpak #Model PRQ-ACX, 9,000 lb. Hoist. Contrx Model 601-12 1-Ton Gantry Hoist w/ Yale Trolley. 5 Sunex 6-Ton Adjustable Jack Stands. 4 Norcon Under Hoist Stands, 1-1/2 Ton Cap. Each. Norcon Ynder Hoist Jack Stand, 3/4-Ton Cap. Gray Air Light 5,000 lb. Jack. Norco 10-Ton Floor Jack. Walker 4-Ton Floor Jack. OTC Model 5019 Low Lift Transmission Jack. OTC High Lift Transmission Jack. 1,000 lb. Lift. OTC Dual Wheel Lift, 1,500 lb. Cap. 2 Norco Engine Stands, 1,250 lb. Cap. Red Arrow Model HL900 Cherry Picker. Ammco Model 4000 Brake Lathe. Hobart Model RC256 Wire Feed Welder, 3-Phase. 75’ of Welder Power Cable. Welding Helmets. Sears Craftsman Drill Press. Victor Torch Set & Cart. Walker Model J-840 12-Ton Press. Sears 1/2 hp Bench Grinder. Brinier Model 7200 Strut Spring Compressor. White Industrial R-134 A/C Charge Unit w/ Snap-On Dye Attachment. White Industries Model 1060 R-12 A/C Recovery Machine. Murray R-12 A/C Evacuate & Re-Charger Unit. 2 - R-134, 30 lb. Cylinders, Full. Snap-On Evaporator Emission Tester. Snap-On Mod Scanner. Snap-On Model 2500 Scanner. 2 Solar 12-Volt Battery Chargers. Lanair MX200 Waste Oil Burner. 5 Waste Oil Storage Containers (250-300 Gal.). Several Oil Barrels. 1992 Chev K-1500 Shop Truck. Westinghouse Upright Fan. Several Floor Creepers. Practical Model K-530 Parts Washer. 2 Work Benches w/Vises, 2’ x 8’. 2-1/2 x 6’ Work Bench. Casco Step Stool. Bolt Bins - SAE & Metric. 75’ of Exhaust Hose. 12’ Truck Exhaust Hose w/ 20’ Galvanized Pipe. 3/8 Air Hose. Old Pneumatic Grease Pump. 80W-90 Manual Grease Lube Pump. Grayco Husky 716 Diaphragm Pump. Lincoln Oil Change Caddy. Several Fluid Pour Containers. Fuel Injector Cleaning Kit. Car Ramps. Electric Cords. Many Specialty Pullers & Tools. Stepladders. Industrial Vvacuum. Brooms & Shovels. 4 Catco Mud Flaps. Steel Shelving. 25’ of 8’ High Steel Cage w/ Door. Table & Chairs. Microwave. Telephone. 6’ x 12’ “L” Shaped Desk. Tranz 460 Credit Card Terminal. File Cabinets. 3 - 10 lb. Fire Extinguishers. 1998 Chev S-10 Transfer Case. 2002 Ford Ranger Transfer Case.
Visit our website at www.midwestauctions.com & click on Paul’s Auction Service or call for flier. AUCTION TERMS: Usual auction terms. We now accept MasterCard and Visa
Owner: JIM AKKERMAN 320-679-0414
Auction Arranged and Conducted by:
Paul’s Auction Service
1541 - 210th Ave., Ogilvie, MN 56358 • 320-679-3377 (Office) • 612-390-0535 (Cell) Auctioneer: Paul Strunge #33-25 Clerk: Paul’s Auction Service
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Serving the area since 1973
‘11 Chev Impala LT, $16,900 ‘04 Buick LeSabre, leather, 34k mi. $11,500 ‘05 Chev K1500 Ext. Cab, Short box $11,900 ‘10 Chrysler T&C, Touring edition, $16,900
‘05 Dodge Grd Caravan SXT, $7,995 ‘04 Buick LeSabre, $8,995 ‘00 Chev K2500, $3,995 ‘07 Chev K1500 Crew Cab, $18,900
Eve r y S at u rday in Sept.!
Education Mora Chevrolet Buick will donate $20 to your local school for everyone who comes in for a no-obligation test drive! The following communities: Mora, Ogilvie, Pine City, Hinckley, Braham, Isle
‘07 Dodge Caliber SXT, $7,125 ‘95 Chev 4x4, w/plow, $5,500 ‘05 Buick LeSabre, 34K mi $11,495
South Hwy. 65 & 23, Mora, MN
‘06 Buick LaCrosse CXS, Loaded, Save, Only $9,995 ‘09 Toyota Sienna LE, Nicely Equipped $16,900 ‘10 Ford Fusion SE, Popular Style, under book $14,900
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Crew cab, V8, running boards, bed liner, custom rims, 128,780 miles. Asking $16,500
Ask for Joe or Bob
800-745-6672 • Hwy 65, Mora
This your chance to help us help “your” school!
Ron Olson Electric
RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND FARM
Mike’s Auto Body PHONE: 272-4210 Harbor St., Ogilvie, MN 56358 * EXPERT REFINISHING * GLASS INSTALLATION * ALL TYPES OF BODY WORK — FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
OFF PEAK and interruptible electric OFF PEAK water heat 2016 290th Ave Mora, MN 55051
Salmonson Insurance Agency Total Client Service Agent
DRTECH COMPUTER REPAIR Repair, Sales & Service
We are located at the 4-way stop in the Pine City Service Center building. We offer virus removal, program installations, networking, free diagnostics & picture backup. Reasonable rates. Stop by and check us out.
603 8th Ave SW Pine City, MN 55063
CALL TODAY! WWW.DRTECHREPAIR.COM (320) 629-1380
AUTO • HOME • HOBBY FARM • FARM ATV • SNOWMOBILE • LIFE 28 North Union Street, Mora, MN 55051
320-679-3831 • 320-679-3850
The Mora Motor Vehicle Ofﬁce will be closed on WEDNESday, SEPT. 19, 2012 for a DEPUTY seminar.
Are You Thinking About a New Home or Remodeling? Call for a Free Estimate
still has openings for their Monday, Wednesday, Friday classes. Are you looking for a preschool for your young child? Call Audra Carter (320) 679-1094 ext 4 or contact Zion Lutheran (320) 679-1094 ext 2 for registration information
35 years Experience Licensed, Bonded & Insured
Contact Dave at (320) 515-0270
We’re more than just print....
Sun., Sept. 23 • 11:00 a.m. We have sold our property & are now selling the contents of our home.
VISIT OUR WEB SITE
23095 Russell Rd., Pine City, MN • Directions: From Rock Creek go East on Hwy 70 to Government Rd., Go North to Russell Rd., then East to the auction. Follow auction signs.
Framed Art & Other Collectibles: 5 Large Terry Redlin pictures. (Autumn Evening, Lifetime Companions, Heading Home, Spring Thaw & Flying Free), 4 large Jim Hansel pictures, 1 Ken Zylla picture, Longaberger baskets, McCoy cookie jar, Lightning rod w/ glass ball, Waterford & Mikasa lead crystal & others, Music box collection, Large Beanie Baby collection, Christmas houses & more. Household: Microﬁber couch & recliner set, 35" Sanyo TV w/stand, 2 lighted curio cabinets, Large electric ﬁreplace, China cabinet, 6-place oak dining set w/2 leaves, 4-place maple dinette set, 4-piece king size oak bedroom set, queen bed, day bed w/trundle, dressers, cedar chest, sofa table, 8’ pool table w/ accessories, Fiesta Dinnerware & more. Shop & Sporting: 308 Remington auto deer riﬂe, Blaze orange & camo hunting clothes, 2 recurve & 1 kids compass bows, John Deere X300 lawn tractor 90 hrs, Yard trailer, 13 hp Honda generator, 8'x12' enclosed trailer, Flag w/pole, Table saw, Honda 110 3-wheeler, Misc. tools & more. Auctioneers Note: This estate has been kept very well and is being sold “as is” with no warranties or guarantees. DO NOT MISS THIS SALE! Lunch served on grounds. See you at the auction!
Donald & Rosemary Gerner Cory Gerner Auctioneer #58-8006 with Guest Auctioneer Wes Bramer #580-6003 For more information call 320-224-8711 or 320-292-0786
1929 Plum St. Mora, MN 55051
Zion Lutheran Preschool DIRECTV Sales and Repair
Dave Vander Vegt 2251 Naples St., Mora, MN 55051 320-679-3091 763-689-9044 Cell: 763-286-6105
Servicing all Brands
Vander Vegt Electric, Inc.
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Mora Marine Winterizing, Shrinkwrapping Inside and Outside Storage
Hwy 65S & 23W, Mora • 320-679-1262 Deals on Cars
Deals on Sport Utility
Deals on Pickups
'12 Ford Focus SE, 23,000 mi, 4 dr, 4 cyl, AT, silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,975 '12 Ford Taurus Limited, 19,000 mi, 4 dr, V6, leather, camera, brown. . . . . $25,975 '12 Ford Fusion SE, 26,000 mi, 4 dr, 4 cyl, AT, black . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $18,975 '12 Ford Focus SEL Hatch, 25,000 mi, 4 cyl, AT, AC, silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,475 '11 Toyota Camry LE, 27,000 mi, 4 dr, 4 cyl, AT, silver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,975 '11 Ford Fusion SE 28,000 mi, 4 dr, 4 cyl, AT, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,975 '08 Ford Fusion SE, 52,000 mi, 4 dr, 4 cyl, AT, white. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,975 '07 Merc Grand Marquis LS, 46,000 mi, 4 dr, V8, leather, silver . . . . . . . . . $13,975 '07 Ford 500 SEL, 75,000 mi, 4 dr, V6, AT, AC, leather, gray. . . . . . . . . . . $11,475 '05 Ford Taurus SEL, 105,000 mi, 4 dr, V6, AT, AC, silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,275 '05 Mercury Montego, 105,000 mi, 4 dr, V6, leather, red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,375 '03 Focus ZX3, 166,000 mi, 3 dr, 5 spd, yellow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,975 '01 Mercury Sable, 165,000 mi, 4 dr, V6, AT, white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,175 '00 Chev Cavalier, 146,000 mi, 4 dr, 4 cyl, AT, green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,475 '00 Ford Taurus Wagon, 247,000 mi, V6,AT, white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,475 '99 Nissan Maxima SLE, 204,000 mi, 4 dr, V6, AT, leather, sunroof, gray . . . $3,675
'12 Ford Flex Lmtd, 17,000 mi, AWD, V6, AT, leather, silver. . . . . . . . . . $30,975 '11 Ford Escape Lmtd, 18,000 mi, 4x4, V6, AT, leather, red . . . . . . . . . . $24,475 '11 Ford Edge SEL, 20,000 mi, AWD, V6, AT, AC, black . . . . . . . . . . . . . $28,975 '11 Ford Escape XLT, 19,000 mi, 4x4, V6, AT, AC, red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $23,475 '11 Ford Escape XLT, 27,000 mi, 4x4, V6, AT, AC, silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,475 '08 Ford Edge Lmtd, 92,000 mi, AWD, V6, sunroof, leather, cream . . . . . $19,975 '07 Ford Edge SEL Plus, 70,000 mi, AWD, V6, AT, leather, pewter. . . . . . . . $18,975 '07 Ford Edge SEL Plus, 29,000 mi, AWD, V6, AT, leather, sunroof, gray . $22,475 '07 Ford Escape XLT, 84,000 mi, FWD, 4 cyl, AT, sunroof, black. . . . . . . $10,375 '04 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer, 149,000 mi, 4x4, V8, AT, leather, black . . $8,975 '04 Ford Escape XLT, 109,000 mi, 4x4, V6, AT, Sunroof, green . . . . . . . . . . $8,475 '03 Ford Expedition, 124,000 mi, 4x4, E/Bauer, V8, Leather, Navagation, red . . $9,975 '03 Acura MDX Touring, 117,000 mi, 4x4, V6, leather, silver . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,975 '01 Ford Expedition XLT, 143,000 mi, 4x4, 4 dr, 5.4L, AT, green . . . . . . . $5,975
'10 Ford F-150 XLT, 17,000 mi, 4x4, SCrew, 5.4L V8, AT, AC, blue . . . . $29,975 '10 Ford F-150, 31,000 mi, 4x4, SCab, FX4, 5.4L, AT, black . . . . . . . . . $27,975 '09 Chev Silverado LT, 60,000 mi, 4x4, 1500, crew cab, gray. . . . . . . . $25,975 '08 Ford F-350 XLT, 58,000 mi, 4x4, crew cab, 6.4 diesel, white . . . . . . $33,475 '08 Ford F-150, 47,000, 4x4, SCrew, XLT, 5.4L V8, AT, AC, dark sage . . $24,975 '07 Ford F-150 XLT, 95,000 mi, 4x4, SCrew, 5.4L, V8, AT, AC, tan . . . . . . $19,475 '06 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE, 98,000 mi, Crew cab, 4x4, V8, AT, pewter . . $17,975 '06 Chev 1500 Silverado, 63,000 mi, 4x4, LS, Ext Cab, 5.3 V8, blue . . . $17,975 '04 Ford F-150, 128,000 mi, 4x4, SCab, STX, 4.6L V8, AT, red. . . . . . . . $11,975 '03 Ford Ranger XLT, 103,000 mi, 4x4, SCab, 4.0 V6, AT, AC, blue. . . . . $9,975 '03 Ford Ranger XLT, 182,000 mi, 4x4, SCab, 4.0 V6, AT, AC, silver . . . . $7,275 '02 Chev Silverado, 267,000 mi, 4x4, LS, ext cab, 5.3L V8, blue . . . . . . . $4,975 '01 Ford Ranger XLT, 177,000 mi, SCab, 4x4, 4.0L V6, AT, AC, blue . . . . $4,275
55 YEARS - your friendly Ford Dealer
HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8 am-5:30 pm; Sat. 8 am-3 pm
KOPPY MOTORS & RV SALES
Provided by Pine County Public Health
Sat., Sept. 22 • 10 am
Janzen Auction Building (1 mile west of the stoplights in Aitkin)
Serving customers since 1936
WE TAKE TRADE-INS • WE DO CONSIGNMENT
Coins & Currency ~ Don Weber Personal Collection
Coin & Currency Auction This auction offers a nice collection of collectible coins & currency featuring numerous “key coins,” a large quantity of silver, foreign coins, tokens, a Rave Russian medal & much more. There are approximately 300 different lots in all; be sure to attend & bring a friend. To view a full auction lineup visit our websites, www.janzenauctions.com or www.midwestauctions.com/janzen. Unable to attend - Bid from the comfort of your home online at www.proxibid.com/janzen. (Onsite bidders 5% buyer’s premium) Thank you in advance ~Janzen Auctioneers.
Bob, Jeremy & Associates • 218-927-4488
www.midwestauctions.com or www.janzenauctions.com for a full listing
Caring For Your Community’s Oral Health Family Dentistry BRUCE N. HAASKEN, D.D.S. BRYCE W. HAASKEN, D.D.S.
Pine City, MN
Deals on Vans '06 Chev Uplander, 101,000 mi, Ext. wagon, LT, V6, DVD, leather, tan . . . . . $9,475
Exit 183 Hinckley 1-888-801-9760 FINANCING AVAILABLE Hours: Mon-Fri 9-6 • Sat 9-1 ‘07 Dutchmen M26-DSL, 2 slides, bunks, full bath, very clean, awning, AC, queen bed . . . . . .$12,699 ‘09 Keystone Bullet 182EOK, full bath, sleeps 4 . . . . . . . . . . $9,999 ‘08 PlayMor LITE 1550, sleeps 4, AC, Loaded! . . . . . . . . $8,699 ‘08 Gulfstream AmeriLite 24BH, rear bunks, full bath, loaded. . . . . . . $9,999
Friday, Sept. 21 10am-1pm
Tuesday, Sept. 25 1-2:30pm
Pine City American Legion 525 Main St
Askov Community Center 6369 Kobmagergade
Friday, Sept. 28 1-3pm
Friday, Oct. 5 12:30-2:30pm
Hinckley Community Center 102 Dunn Ave
Sandstone Senior Dining 206 Main (Amer. Leg. Bldg)
‘03 Chrysler Sebring LXi
Please bring your insurance cards or $20 donation per person
‘03 GMC Sierra 2500
SLT, ext. cab, 4x4, leather, loaded, topper, Duramax diesel, very clean
$288 OAC $17,888
‘03 Ford Escape XLT
‘03 Buick LeSabre Custom
4 dr, 3800 V6, auto, loaded. Very clean. “Great Car!”
$120 OAC $6,488
‘03 Jayco Kiwi 25E
$99 OAC 4 dr, auto, V6, leather, $129 OAC heated seats, clean $6,888
4x4, 4 dr, V6, auto, CD, tow pkg, clean
$6,499 $147 OAC Sleeps 8! Loaded!, AC, Awning, 2 queen beds, slide, Full bath! $7,888
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130 East Forest, Mora, MN
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Call us for all your dental needs:
• Checkups & Cleanings • Routine & Cosmetic Services • Lumineer Veneers • Emergency Care • In-House Lab • Most Denture Repairs done in 1 day
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DFL Fundraiser • Sunday, Sept. 23
One Day Only
at Novak-Milliren VFW Post 4258, 600 1st Ave NW in Pine City
New patients welcome... Most insurances accepted. Payment options available.
$10 suggested donation 4 p.m. Doors Open/Chili Dinner 6 p.m. Live Auction
Proud members of the American Dental Assoc.
Sat., Sept 22 • 9am-Noon Milaca Depot Floral Living & Giving (320) 983-3755
Questions? Chair Thomas Kurhajetz at 218-372-3744
Hours: M-F, 8:30 am-5 pm & Sat., 9am - 2pm 110 E. 1st St., Milaca (Central Ave.-across from Casey’s) www.milacadepotfloral.com
Prepared and paid for by the Pine 11B DFL, 300 Main St, Pine City 55063, Paid Advertisement.
Fall Plant Sale Saturday, Sept. 22 • 7am - Noon Perennials, houseplants and featuring lilies from Spirit of the Lake Lilies
Town & Country Garden Club Kanabec History Center ~ 805 Forest Ave. West, Mora
Vehicle Coolant Flush Keep your vehicles heating and cooling system working efﬁciently ~ includes our 27-point vehicle inspection! WE SELL TIRES - CALL FOR PRICES!
Schedule your visit at: service@MoraChevBuick.com or go to MoraChevBuick.com. Click on Service for an appointment Hours: Mon.-Fri., 7am - 5pm • Sat., 8am - Noon
Save 30 00
Regular Price $139 ~ Coupon expires Oct. 29, 2012
FREE Pick-up & Delivery (by appointment) & Hand Wash Exterior of Every Car Every Time!
320-679-2133 800-745-6672 • Hwyy 65, Mora
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Wings North Bar & Grill FALL SPECIALS
DEER ARCHERY Open Sept. 15 to Dec. 31, 2012 Season Dates: Sept. 15-Dec. 31
Open Areas: Archery hunters can hunt statewide except in areas designated closed and Itasca State Park (deer area 287). Oct. 18-21: Blaze orange is required in deer areas open for the youth deer season. • Deer areas 601 and 602 – Archery hunters in deer areas 601 and 602 may take an unlimited number of antlerless deer. • Except those licensed to carry a concealed weapon, a person may not take deer by archery while in possession of a ﬁrearm. • In all 300-series deer areas, antler point restrictions are in eﬀect for archers.
LEGAL BOWS AND ARROWS FOR BIG GAME • Bows must have a pull no less than 30 pounds at or before full draw. • Arrowheads used for taking big game must be sharp, have a minimum of two metal cutting edges, be of barbless broadhead design, and have a diameter of at
New Deer Rifles from $249 Many AR-15 Rifles on Hand
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or online at www.mndnr.gov/ permits/enforcement. › A licensed hunter may use a crossbow as a choice of arms for bear or deer with a regular ﬁrearms license or a crossbow disability permit and an archery license.
SHOOTING HOURS Shooting hours for big game are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
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• A hand-held mechanical release attached to the bowstring may be used if the person’s own strength draws and holds the bowstring. • A person may hunt with a crossbow under the following conditions: › Big game and small game by special permit issued to hunters unable to hunt by archery because of a temporary or permanent disability. The disability must be veriﬁed in writing by a licensed physician or chiropractor. The permit application is available from any DNR regional oﬃce or by calling the DNR Information Center,
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DEER — ARCHERY least 7/8 inch. • “Expandable” broadheads may be used to take big game if they meet the requirements above and: 1) are at least 7/8 inch in width and no more than 2 inches in width at or after impact; and 2) are of a barbless design and function in a barbless manner. • No person may hunt with a bow drawn, held, or released by a mechanical device, except disabled hunters who have a crossbow permit.
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Any person who takes a big game animal must retain the license, site tag, permit, and possession (registration) tag for as long as any part of the meat is in possession.
TRANSPORTATION OF BOWS No person may transport an archery bow or crossbow in a motor vehicle unless the bow is not armed with a bolt or arrow.
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Saturday, Sept. 22
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Texas Hold’Em @7pm
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$300 Vodka Drinks • 9pm-12am
Wing Wednesday 50¢ MEAT RAFFLE 6:30 pm Hick Pick Prizes! Keys for Cash!
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Chips Wed., Sept. 19 Boiled Dinner
Thurs., Sept. 20 Shrimp Poppers
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Fri., Sept. 21 Aren’s Famous Meatloaf w/Mashed Potatoes
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TICKET PRICES: Adults $6/Students & Seniors $4 All Shows Before 5:30pm only $4 • All Tuesday Shows $4
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breast sandwiches! Also serving appetizers! Open Fri 4 to 9, Sat noon to 9 and Sun Noon to 7.
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Meat Rafﬂe Fri 6pm & Sat 4pm
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THEATRE OPENS AT NOON DAILY. FREE reﬁll on large pop & popcorn. REAL butter! Fresh Fudge & fresh made caramel & cheddar cheese popcorn.
Great Breakfasts Saturday & Sunday Still time to signn up for for Fridayy Co-ed League!! (320) 679-3000 1865 Frontage Rd., Mora Hwy. 65 next to Mora Unclaimed Freight
Hours: Mon. - Wed. 3pm - 12am Th. - Sat. 11am - 1am Sun. 11am - 11pm
Beneﬁt for Kate Olson and Brian Ovsak Sat., Sept. 15 at Victory Lanes Bake Sale - 2pm • Spaghetti Dinner - 5pm Meat Raﬄe & Auction - 6:30pm Beer Bust - 7pm - $10 Cup • DJ - 9pm
Jim Ripka Party! Come celebrate Jim Ripka’s 61st Birthday Party Sunday, Sept. 23 3-7pm
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Knife Lake Pizza at Crow’s Nest
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string quilts, dresden and log cabin blocks.
Scraps to Quilts Workshop
Bring sewing machine, rotary cutter, ruler, pins, cutting mats and thread. Some quilting experience is required. Call 679-1665 for more information.
Participants will learn to use scraps to make quilt blocks exploring several different styles including crazy quilts,
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Barb Wazelle will lead a workshop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kanabec History Center.
KEEP IN TOUCH
Go for the Gold The third annual fundraiser Go for the Gold will take place at Bowe’s Restaurant and Bar. All
proceeds will go to Cancer Kids Research fund at Children’s Hospital.
will end at 6 p.m., and the live auction will start at 6:30 p.m.
Meg’s 5k Walk-4-Kids pledge forms can be picked up at K&R Custom Meats in Mora, Bowe’s, emailing goforthegold@ youbetnet.com or calling 320-496-0998.
Mora Municipal Airport Fall Colors Chili Fiesta
The walk begins at 3 p.m. (please arrive early for signing in), chili feed at 4:30 p.m., silent auction
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A 6-Car Smash Up Wed., Sept. 19, 3-5pm or 7-9pm At Beach Rocks, 10762 Lakeview Shores, Pine City (North end of Pokegama Lake)
Mora Fall Colors FlyIn/Drive-In Chili Fiesta will be from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Mora Municipal Airport.
Northern Exposures Photography Club Northern Exposures Photography Club will meet at 7 p.m. at the Kanabec History Center in Mora. Members should
Freewill donations will be accepted.
submit two images in either the open category or the interpretative category of “Beauty and the Beast.” Shelley Bragelman will present a program on her “Arizona photographic adventures.” Anyone interested in photography may attend the meeting. For more information, call Karen Larson at 320-679-3593.
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Bring OFFER! 10-acre hobby farm w/Snake River frontage. 4+ BR, 2-BA home w/large 32X56 pole bldg, elect, cement ﬂoor, 2 box stalls-newer well & city sewer. Great place to call home. NEW PRICE reﬂects sellers wish to sell it & WILL CONSIDER ALL OFFERS. $109,900 Call Lonnie 612-390-0851
SELLER WILL CONSIDER ALL OFFERS. Great Home-Great Price. Beautiful 3-level home. Plenty of living space, 3 BR, 2 BA & a great 4-season porch walks out to deck. Updated kitchen/appliances. Nice yard just on the edge of town w/super neighbors. MUST SEE! $121,500 Call Lonnie 612-390-0851
Very spacious condos w/3BR, 2BA totally remodeled energy eﬃcient units, laundry in each condo, garages to be built for additional cost, custom cabinets, wood blinds, all new ﬂooring & much more. Easy living on 1 level. No pets or outside maintenance. $110,000$115,000 Call Lonnie 612-390-0851
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Farmer and Small Business owner in Hinckley MN Veteran of 4 overseas deployments, two to Iraq Major in the MN Army National Guard President of the Pine County Veterans Counsel transporting disabled vets to the Mpls VA Member of VFW, American Legion, DAV Elder at Hinckley 1st Presbyterian Church - co-hosts the summer gospel concerts - organized garden for local food shelves Former Lifeguard, EMT & Volunteer Firefighter Graduate of Hinckley-Finlayson High School BS in Biology - St. Cloud State University Husband and father of 4 from Finlayson MN
& Greet Meet Ben! Meet Fundraiser
Honored GuestsTaxes Chair, Rep Greg Davids; Rep. Jenifer Loon, & our own State Rep, Roger Crawford.
Thursday, September 20th Tobies in Hinckley 6 - 8PM Suggested Minimum Donation $20
Prepared and Paid for by Ben 4 MN House, Pine City MN
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Soil Boring • Perc • Design Installation Updates to Old Systems Pumping & Back Flushing Septic System Design & Installation
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AUCTION REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY
MEAT SPECIALS DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS $
Valid Sept. 17–22, 2012 N Bu o Prem yer’s ium
$ 00 lb.
Located: 19554 Salmonson River Road, Mora, MN 55051 Located: North of Mora, MN on State Hwy #65 to Kanabec Cty Rd #19 then West to Kanabec #8, then north to Salmonson River Road. Watch for Auction arrows.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 30th, 2012 – 12:00 Noon
3-Bedroom Lake Access Home Up For Absolute Auction This Home Will Sell To The Highest Bidder Regardless Of Price Now Is The Time To Buy!!!
OPEN HOUSE INSPECTION:
Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM This is a very clean 3-bedroom, 2-bath, home overlooking Knife Lake with a shared lake access just down the road. This manufactured home has a lot to offer, large decks, and all appliances. Home has had excellent care over the years. This is what we would call turnkey type of home. Large living room and dining room, just a great layout. This is a must see type of property. Property also has 2 pole buildings to store your toys.
REAL ESTATE TERMS: Property to be sold in “As Is, Where Is” condition w/no warranties. $5,000.00 down
per parcel day of auction. Balance due at closing. Closing to take place within 30-days of auction. For complete description & terms, visit our website at www.midwestauctions.com, click on Paul’s Auction Service
ALSO PERSONAL PROPERTY AT AUCTION:
John Deere Compact Tractor, 4-Wheeler, Trailer, Boat, Shop Items, Lawn & Garden, and Household Visit our website at www.midwestauctions.com & click on Paul’s Auction Service or call for flier. AUCTION TERMS: Usual auction terms. We now accept MasterCard and Visa
JOHN A. & MARY E. WIESNER, Owners For questions contact them by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Auction Arranged and Conducted by:
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Call Ahead is Available!
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1541 - 210th Ave., Ogilvie, MN 56358 • 320-679-3377 (Office) • 612-390-0535 (Cell) Auctioneer: Paul Strunge #33-25 Clerk: Paul’s Auction Service
only$299 lb. Approx. 10 lb. bag
Beef Bottom Sirloin Steak save $ 00 $ 99 only 2 lb. 3 lb. save
Starting at 11am – Take-out Only
Mon 9/17 Bacon Cheeseburger Served w/ waﬄe fries
Scalloped Potatoes with Ham Served w/ a dinner roll
Wed 9/19 Cheesy Broccoli Rice Casserole
Gerber’s “Amish Farm”
Served w/ a dinner roll
Served w/ garlic toast
Cut-up Fryers Thurs 9/20 Spaghetti & Meatballs
Pork Sirloin Chops $ 99 only 1 lb.
Turkey Club Croissant Served w/chips
Lean Boneless save
$ 00 lb.
$ 00 lb..
1 Sliced Deli Pit Ham $ 99 only 4 lb.
BBQ $ 00 lb. 1 Meatballs $ 99 99 lb. b only 2 lb
Beef • Poultry • Pork • Sausage Cold Cuts • Seafoods • Hot Deli Chicken & More • Spices & Seasonings Baked Goods • Deli Fresh, Homemade & Delicious Ready-to-Eat Salads & Sandwiches • Burnett County Dairy Cheese • Milk • Butter • Eggs Lettuce • Tomatoes • and more!
Party Trays • Cheese, Meats & More
5% Senior Discount on Tuesdays
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Thank you to all who made generous donations! Mark Gravitz Mary Bourdin Steve Sickler Ed Erickson Bob Sundberg Lowell Larson Elaine Alderink Mary Boudin Bob & Jodi Gearou Tammy Mauricio Cory Marmis Bill Schultz Tom Healy Lance & Lori Olson Sheri Marek William & Ruth Estes Mildred Coon Victoria Pfeffer John McHale Stanley Hobbard Kurt & Carol Sundquist Christina Ceballos Ruth Ann Anderson Dale Thompson
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Catholic Charities Senior Dining in Mora will have a homecoming theme at 11 a.m. at the Dala Apartments. Frat boy brats served with sorority sauerkraut, mascot potatoes, co-ed cake will be served. Call 320679-4029 for more information.
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Modernize with a frameless glass shower enclosure
More homeowners are looking to transform their bathrooms into luxurious, relaxing retreats that feature the looks and amenities of an upscale spa. One way to upgrade the appearance of a bath -- and to lessen the burden of maintaining it -- is to install a frameless shower enclosure. The biggest advantage associated with frameless shower enclosures is that they can add to the overall value of your home if they’re done right. Here are some additional reasons to consider a frameless shower for your new or remodeled bath. * They’re fashionable. Frameless shower enclosures open a world of possibilities because they perfectly complement durable, high-style surfaces used in the bath such as tile, marble and granite. They also provide a great way to show off distinctive shower heads, faucets and fixtures. Finally, because of their openness and transparency, frameless shower enclosures can make your bath feel bigger than it really is. * They’re versatile. Frameless doors can be designed to fit any space, making them ideal for bathrooms large and small. And they don’t have to be boxy -- frameless shower enclosures can be circular, oval or triangular. Even standard square or rectangular enclosures can be dressed up with an artfully bowed, patterned or etched glass door. * They’re durable. Frameless shower enclosures look elegant, but one of their most redeeming qualities is toughness. Standard shower glasses can range in thickness from 3/8 inch to 1/2 inch, which makes them sturdy, structurally sound and safe. Watertight seals prevent leakage, and because there is little to no metal used in frameless enclosures, homeowners never have to worry about replacing corroded parts. * They’re easy to live with. Let’s face it: we all want to live in our homes for as long as we can. Frameless shower enclosures are a great way to let your home age with you because the entry can be leveled with the floor to create easy access as you become older and less mobile. And frameless glass shower enclosures don’t become passe -- they offer a great way to meld timeless style with ageless accommodation. * They’re easy to clean. With frameless shower enclosures, there are fewer nooks and crannies where dirt and grime can accumulate, making them easier to clean than other shower styles. CLIP & SAVE
How to close your pool for the season
As the leaves begin to change color and the air starts to grow a little more crisp, homeowners turn their attention to winterizing their pools. The goal is to begin the work early on so that you’re not facing the hassle of leaves all over the ground or in the pool. Many times, closing the pool requires a team effort, so enlist the help of a spouse, friend or family member before beginning the process. The first thing that is essential to winterizing the pool is having all of your equipment ready. Have all tools, winterizing chemicals and water plugs at the ready. Although inground pools and above-ground ones have similar winterizing steps, there are a few differences between the two and it is important to be aware of the differences. Thoroughly vacuum the bottom of the pool and clean the walls. You want to remove as much organic material, such as algae and dead insects, as possible prior to covering the pool so that there is a higher propensity the water will be crystal clear next spring or summer when you reopen the pool. Once the pool has been vacuumed and cleaned, backwash the filter to remove any excess residue. Remove plugs or open drain ports on the filter and let all of the water flow out of the filter. Give the filter components, including skimmer baskets, a good rinse with water and allow them to dry. Next, disconnect the pool’s pump and filter. Everything should be totally drained of any water. With an above-ground pool, remove intake and output hoses and drain. For inground pools, use an air compressor or a shop vacuum to blow out any residual water from the return pipes, and then promptly plug up the ports.
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It is also possible to drain the pool water level below the skimmer level. Put duct tape or use some other blockage method on all exposed pipes or openings to the pools to prevent anything from getting inside -- this includes any insects and rodents looking for places to set up winter camp. The pump should be moved into a garage or shed. Do so with the filter if you have room in order to better safeguard the equipment. Homeowners should also test the pool water chemistry and adjust the pH, calcium hardness and total alkalinity according to recommended levels. Then prepare to add the desired mix of chemicals to the pool to sanitize it for the season. Most people use a combination of algaecide and chlorine as their winterizing chemicals. Raise the chlorine to shock level -- much higher than the recommended level for when the pool is running. Thoroughly mix granulated chemicals to prevent them from settling on the liner and causing stains. The cover should be placed on the pool and properly secured. This is where an extra body comes in handy so that the cover can be maneuvered easily. In above ground pools, an inflated pillow is often used to alleviate ice expansion and prevent the walls of the pool from splitting. It is not to keep rainwater from accumulating on the top of the cover. Store all of the pool equipment for the winter season, and during the cold weather, periodically check the cover, air pillow and water tubes for any damage.
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How to Remove Stains from Concrete
Garage floors take a lot of abuse, and concrete stains are one result. Dirt, oil and grease are just some of the troublesome items that can leave their mark. As with all floors in your house, the best way to avoid serious staining is with regular cleaning. When that fails, however, it is important to take action as soon as possible to remove the stain. Here are some suggestions that will work on most garage floor stains. Difficulty: Average Time Required: 30-60 minutes Here’s How: Act now. Concrete stains are common because concrete is a porous material. Liquid spills are much easier to remove before they’ve had a chance to soak in. The quicker you act, the easier it will be to remove the stain. Choose the right cleaner. Concrete stains in the garage are usually caused by dirt, oil or grease—or some unpleasant combination of all three. Most concrete cleaners are suitable for these stains, and they can be found at
you wear chemical resistant gloves. Apply the cleaner. Pour the cleaner onto the concrete stain. Scrub the area with a stiff broom or brush, working the cleaning solution into the stain as best as you can. Allow the cleaner to rest in place as directed (typically 10 to 15 minutes). Rinse the floor. Thoroughly rinse the floor with a hose, if possible, or buckets of water. Use a squeegee or push broom to remove as much water as possible from the floor. Finally, dry mop the floor. Repeat, if necessary. It is not unusual, especially with old concrete stains, to have to clean the surface several times. If you aren’t satisfied with the results, repeat the process. But this time, consider adding less water to the cleaner and leaving it on the stain a little longer. Tips: Keep the floor clean at all times. Regular sweeping and quick action on liquid spills will reduce your need for a concrete cleaner. Soak up liquid spills as soon as you notice
paint or hardware stores or at your local home improvement store. If you are removing paint, rust, mildew or some other type of stain, you will need to look for a more appropriate product. Just be sure to read the labels carefully. Spot test the cleaner. Some concrete stain removers can create stains of their own, especially on concrete that has been painted or coated with a tinted stain finish. Before tackling the bigger job, mix a little cleaner and apply it to a small, out of sight location. If it seems to cause as many problems as it was supposed to solve, try another cleaner. Prepare the surface. If the stain is still wet, soak up as much as possible with paper towels. Sweep the area, and then remove any items near the stain so that they won’t get wet when you rinse the floor. Prepare the cleaner. Mix the cleaner as instructed on the label, or use it full strength for particularly old or troublesome stains. Be sure to wear eye and skin protection (gloves, long sleeves). Some products recommend that
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them. Lay a paper towel on the spill and let it absorb. Don’t rub the surface, as this will only push some of the spilled liquid into the concrete. Use kitty litter to absorb larger liquid spills. Simply cover the spill with the kitty litter, let it rest for 24 hours, then sweep. Keep a small bag of kitty litter in the garage at all times so that you can act fast. In a pinch, you can also use cornmeal to soak up the spill. Concrete stains that are still fairly new can often be removed without resorting to special concrete cleaners. Instead, first scrub the area with a common household cleaner and brush. Don’t let water sit on a concrete stain. The water will only allow the stain to soak deeper into the concrete. What You Need: Paper towel, Kitty litter, Common household cleaner, Stiff broom or brush, Concrete cleaner, Eye goggles, Protective gloves, Hose, Bucket, Mop.
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8 Fall Home Improvements
As fall approaches the leaves change colors, the air cools down, and the holiday season is practically around the corner. As the seasons change, it is time to make indoor and outdoor improvements to your home. Here are some improvements that increase the value of your home, help you to prepare for the upcoming winter season, and make your home more appealing. 1. Redecorate your rooms- As fall approaches, your rooms may be a little outseasoned with bright colors and decorations. Spice up your rooms this fall by adding fall décors and colors. Warm oranges, reds, yellows, and browns always give the sense that fall is approaching. Be daring and change
from the traditional fall colors with deep purples and pinks.Buy a cranberry wreath for the door that can last the entire holiday season. Change the summer ocean candle to a pumpkin or apple spice. As the leaves change outside, your indoor décor will match perfectly. 2. Repair or Replace the Roof- Repairing or replacing your roof is a must for the upcoming winter. Curling, peeling, and eventual disintegration of roof shingles can lead to severe, permanent damage to your roof and overall house structure. The fall is a great time to work on the roof. As the weather cools down have your roof repaired or replaced so it is ready for the upcoming storms.
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Your house’s hardwood floors and rugs will be a little bit cleaner every day. Get creative and paint it a fun color, add a whiteboard for guests to write on or hang pictures so people want to stop here before they enter! 7. Remodel the Kitchen- Having the entire family over this holiday season? Prepare your kitchen for the holidays this fall by remodeling it. While the kids are back at school and you are at work, it is the perfect time to remodel your kitchen. Everyone will be stunned by your new cabinets, tile and appliances they will want every holiday at your house! 8. Install Covered Gutters- Most gutters experience clogging due to leaves, cracks, wear and tear. As the colors change and leaves start to fall, save yourself a whole lot of work by installing covered gutters. When you install covered gutters on your home, water flows through the gutters while the leaves stay out. The gutter system also ensures that the drainage from your roof flows away from your home preventing future damage. All of these home improvements will help you to make the most out of your home. Being prepared for the multiple elements fall brings and the upcoming winter is one of the most important aspects in protecting the value of your home. Make your home an inviting place for all guests this fall and upcoming holiday season.
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3. Install a New Front Door- Still have a draft coming in the house when all of the doors are closed? It could be time to replace your front door. Hundreds of dollars are spent on heat and air conditioning because doors are no longer properly sealing. Today’s replacement doors are created with energy efficiency in mind. With all of the elements we face in the fall from humidity, to rain, to even snow, it is vital your door can handle these elements. 4. Create a Finished Basement- Once it gets cold outside, where are you going to send the kids to play? This fall make your basement into a finished room you’ll enjoy for years. Whether a play room, office, or guest room, finishing a basement can add value to your home and can give you up to75% return on investment. And did we mention it can be a place to send the kids to play? 5. Install Skylights- As fall and winter approach, daylight is limited. Let the light in as much as possible in the colder months. Save money and install skylights as you replace your roof. Most roofers will charge up to double the price to come back and install skylights. So let the sun shine in this fall with brand new skylights. 6. Add a Mud Room- Mud, leaves, dirt and snow all come racing into your home once fall approaches. Instead of having everyone trail through your house with their dirty shoes, add a mud room for shoes and jackets.
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Prepare for fall
The end of summer, a time to get out and enjoy those precious moments of fun in the sun we have left. But while you work in that last trip to the beach, it’s important to remember to set aside time for repair projects around the house! If you don’t get to them now, you could end up regretting it when the chill of the winter sets in.
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1. Inspect the pipes under your home to find the ones that need insulating. (Don’t forget to inspect all pipes. If they already have insulation, it could need replacing.)
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If you’ve opened and closed the windows a lot this summer, chances are they are filthy. We are not talking about the glass, but the seals! Dirt and debris can gather over the course of the summer months and prevent a tight seal from forming. This might not seem like much, but over the winter plenty of heat will escape through those gaps. Take the time to go around the house and inspect/clean each window. If you notice the weather stripping has worn down, now is the time to replace it.
What to do
You can’t afford to wait until the winter to take care of this one. A lot of leaky roofs can be fixed in an afternoon. The first thing to do is find the source of the leak. The easiest way to do this is wait until it rains because you will be able to trace the water to the original source of the leak.
Clean those gutters As long as you are up there, clean out the gutters. The winter months are not the time to be messing around on the roof. Plus, when the snow and ice come, you’ll be happy it all has a clean area to run off to.
For starters, always do the cleaning from the ladder. You do not want to be leaning over the edge of the roof with nothing between you and the edge but the ground below! Use the garden hoe to scrape the debris toward you, and then simply drop the debris into a trashcan waiting below you. Tip: The leaves in the gutter do not make good mulch!) To make certain the gutters are clean, use the washer/hose to spray down the gutters. Be sure to check the downspouts as well. If they are clogged, it won’t matter how clean the rest of the gutters are.
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What to do 1. Pressure-wash the entire deck. 2. After spraying it down, let it dry for at least three hours. 3. Rub on water sealer/protectant and let it dry.
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How to winterize your lawn
Every weekend of the last few months you have spent mowing, weeding, edging, and trimming your lawn so that it will look its best. In order to ensure your lawn makes a complete recovery after winter hibernation, you may want to spend the fall taking steps to help your lawn survive the winter months ahead.
Winterizing a lawn varies depending on where you live and how harsh a typical winter is. There are certain key tasks to complete before you can rest for the winter season.
* Remove fallen leaves and debris. Leaf cleanup is among the tasks homeowners dread the most. Raking leaves can be arduous, but it is well worth the effort. Fallen leaves can smother the grass and lead to dead spots and decay next season. Wait until the majority of the leaves have fallen
from the trees before you begin to rake; otherwise, you could find yourself repeating the process throughout the fall. Mulched leaves can be added in small amounts to garden beds to provide rich organic material for next year’s crop of flowers. Be sure to pick up any twigs and other debris as well. Additional debris can become up trapped under snow and hinder grass growth when spring arrives. * Cut your lawn short. Unless the season is unseasonably wet and warm, your lawn shouldn’t grow too much in October and November. Continue to cut your lawn until there is no visible growth for about two weeks. It pays to give it a short cut before frost arrives so that long piles of dead grass will not smother any new growth in the spring. Also, long grass tends to bend down upon itself, trapping moisture that can lead
to fungal diseases like snow mold. * Aerate the lawn. Soil can be compacted over time, especially in yards that see heavy foot traffic. You can rent an aerator from a lawn supply store so that water and fertilizer can reach the soil. * Fertilize. Now is the time to give the lawn fresh food to overwinter and also replenish the strength of the root system. All summer long the lawn has been depleting the soil of nutrition, but autumn presents a great opportunity to strengthen those roots. Consider a slow-release formula designed for winterizing that will feed the lawn all winter long. * Edge the garden beds. Take advantage of the cooler weather and slow-growing grass to re-edge around flower beds. Even though the grass above the surface of the soil will stop growing, the roots will remain
viable and the lawn will still be sending out rhizomes and tillers to produce new grass blades in the spring. These can easily encroach on garden beds. Edge now so you will have less work to do in the spring. * Trim hedges and trees. If there are any overhanging tree branches or shrubbery blocking sunlight from reaching the lawn, cut back these areas once the foliage has thinned. Take advantage of your town’s leaf and twig pickup services. * Seed bare patches. Scour the lawn for bare patches and put down some seed in these areas. The cooler weather will enable the seeds to germinate without having to compete with weed growth. Once you have prepared your lawn for the winter you can bring in any lawn tools that need repair and have them set and packed away for the spring.
Home renovations could increase property taxes If you live in New York’s Nassau County, you are possibly paying some of the highest property taxes in the country. Nassau County residents had an average property tax bill of nearly $8,500 in 2011.
Understanding property taxes is not very cut and dry. They are supposed to rise and fall with home values, but this isn’t always the case. There is roughly 80,000 pages of federal code on property taxes, and each state and town often has its own rules governing how property taxes are assessed. State and local budget cuts can raise taxes even if your home value remains the same, as will an increase of benefits for public employees. Property tax is typically the primary means that many jurisdictions raise revenue. So if your community needs money, you can probably count on it financing that need through higher property taxes.
The two things that determine property taxes are the assessed value of your home and the property tax rate for where you live. In many cases, making improvements to the inside and outside of your home
can result in higher taxes on your property. Many homeowners do not think about the tax man when they are about to renovate their home. But it is important to consider that home repairs -- even planting a garden -- could lead to higher property taxes. Although the vast majority of repairs that most often affect taxes include major renovations, there are lesser known repairs that can catch even savvy homeowners by surprise. Here is a look at some of the renovations that could raise your property taxes. * Adding a room: Converting the garage into a bedroom or adding on a new bathroom will increase your home’s value and the property tax you’ll pay on the home. Although tax assessors don’t usually make surprise trips to your home to check for renovations indoors, they may peruse permits filed at the clerk’s office and then investigate. Permits are the primary way assessors learn about improvements, so much so that some homeowners look to circumvent
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Sept. 15 Scrapbooking/Stamping Fundraiser St. Kathryn’s Church of Ogilvie will hold their annual scrapbooking/stamping fundraiser from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. for all ages. Bring your things and crop the day away. Table space, door prizes, make and take, lunch, dinner, snacks and beverages will be provided. There will also be a raffle and silent auction. Proceeds go for our Veteran programs held by the Ogilvie American Legion Auxiliary 640. For more information, contact Annette Alley at alleys33@yahoo. com or call 763-639-1855.
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50TH ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE FOR JOSEPH AND SHARON FIX Joseph and Sharon Fix are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pine Town Hall. No gifts please. Sept. 15 Beer & Blue Grass Under the Stars Northern Lights Blue Grass Band will perform at 8:30 p.m. at 1050 Southview Ave. in Braham. Sts. Peter and Paul churches are sponsoring the event. Admission will be charged. Sept. 15 Girl Scout Sign Up Area girls interested in scouting are invited to Braham Evangelical Church from 1 - 4 p.m. Call Tish Carlson at 320-396-3628 for more information. THANK YOU I wish to thank everyone for all the help and encouragement that I received since my accident. From the time of the accident through the whole process, the care and giving from everyone has been exceptional. A special thank you to the people that helped me the day of the accident; you guys are awesome. Because of your medical knowledge and expertise I am making it through the healing process easier. I’m sure if I would have checked your saddlebags there would have been capes in them. You never know what turns in life there are going to be or what challenges are ahead of us; I am very lucky, privileged and humbled to have the people that I have in my life. I also need to send a special thank you to Wille and the rest of my family for taking such good care of me; I love you guys a lot. Judy Patzoldt THANK YOU The family of Virgil Salmonson extends our thanks and gratitude to our neighbors, friends and extended family for the support offered during the days following Virgil’s passing. We extend a special thank you to the members of Emmanuel and Hillman Baptist Church for the visits, calls and special prayers. We thank all the people who helped make Virgil’s service a wonderful celebration of his Christian life, the Pastor’s words of comfort, the beautiful music performed by Virgil’s niece Carolyn, songs that were sung by Nicole Anderson and Gene and Jan Elvehjem, the Mora Color Guard for their military honors, the gorgeous and numerous flowers given by so many, and the delicious lunch prepared and served by the ladies of Emmanuel. The outpouring of love continues to flow and is felt and appreciated by each member of Virgil’s family. We are sad for our loss but rejoice knowing that he is home with Jesus in heaven. Stefan and Jolene Salmonson David and Shari Salmonson Brian and Kathy Salmonson and their families
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53 VEHICLES WANTED $250 and Up for most junk cars. $350 for pickups and SUVs. Towing available. Call for more information. Ostrom's Auto Parts, Grasston, MN 320-396-2567.
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56 RV'S '05 Star Craft Sentenial tent camper sleeps 6 pull out dining area all options $6500 or bo. 763-7677393.
54 CLASSIC & ANTIQUE '47 Ply Coupe. New paint, int., eng. $8K. '51 Chev 4 dr Woody Wagon runs. New brakes. Rust through original $80k. '67 Olds Cutlass, 2dr Rebuilt motor/trans Good body $12500, '53 Jeep p.u. runs $1800, '65 Scout Texas, new paint, 57k $14,000 763-639-5152.
2006 Polaris 500 XCSP, perfect condition, wife's machine, never crashed or rolled, electric start, reverse, dual carbides, new rebuilt fox shock, std. or high windshield, windshield bag, cover only used a couple times, $3,400. Cell, 320-493-5173.
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Openings now available for all ages. Great location in town, 1 block from school, 2 blocks from either park or library. I have the food program and do lots of fun activities with the children, arts & crafts, stories & more. Flexible hours. 320-629-6472 or 320-591-0096
1992 Honda Fourtrax 300
Excellent shape Stored for years $1375. Call 612-669-6025 Fully serviced by Tousley Sports
60 BOATS & MOTORS Houseboat '84 Holiday Mansion Twin 38” gen/air/ht/trihull $23k 651-357-7215 lv msg
92 INSURANCE RJ Bailey Insurance Center. Auto, home, business. Call Roger Theuninck for free quote. 320-209-1187.
99 CONSTRUCTION '94 JD FellerBuncher 653E Hotsaw 87k invst'd bo 651-895-4785 Additions, Homes, Garages, windows, roofs, decks, sheetrock, etc. Insured, Ron Bastyr Construction, 320224-0722 L i f t m a s t e r Professional garage doors & openers. 763-434-4545 or 1800-854-2736. S & L Masonry. Block, brick, concrete. Free estimates. Fully insured. Call Scott, 320-679-5551.
102 SERVICES Alterations and clothing repairs, 25 years experience. 320-3964152 Contact Rosemary. Braham Embroidery & Ink Embroidery, printing, engraving & gifts. Isanti 763-444-8303