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Statewide Minnesota Representation ql, p -, --, I _ q Thursday, August 22, 2013 a lb TriCoun News*www, tricounnewsmn Legal Notice The name(s) of the residential NOTICE OF MORTGAGE mortgage servicer and the lender FORECLOSURE SALE or broker, as defined in Minn. Stat. DATE: July 11, 2013 58.02, is/are NOT APPLICABLE. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 10. If stated on the Mortgage, default has occurred in the con- the name of the mortgage origina- ditions of the following described tor, as defined in Minn. Stat. 58.02, Mortgage: is NOT APPLICABLE. INFORMATION REGARDING INFORMATION REGARDING MORTGAGE TO BE FORECLOSED FORECLOSURE 1. Date of Mortgage: October 4, I1. The original principal 2002 amount secured by the Mortgage 2. Mortgagor: HenryRoss Cor- was $490,110.00. poration, a Minnesota corpora- 12. At the date of this notice tion. the amount due on the Mort- 3. Mortgagee: Bremer Bank, gage, including taxes, if any, paid National Association by the holder of the Mortgage, is: 4. Recording Information: $365,423.06. Recorded on October 22, 2002, 13. Pursuant to the power of as Document Number 1028648 in sale in the Mortgage, and pur- the Office of the County Recorder suant to this Notice of Mortgage ofStearnsCounty, Minnesota. Foreclosure Sale, the Mortgage 5. Assignments of Mortgage, if will be foreclosed, and the mort- any: NONE. gaged premises will be sold by the INFORMATION REGARDING Sheriff of Stearns County, Min- MORTGAGED PREMISES nesota, at public auction on Sep- 6. Tax parcel identification tember 12, 2013, 10:00 a.m., at the number of the mortgaged prem- Stearns County Sheriff's Office, ises:82.52881.005. 807 Courthouse Square, Room Legal description of the mort- 136, St. Cloud, Minnesota 56303. gaged premises: 14. The time allowed by law for Westerly 62 feet of Lot One (1), redemption by Mortgagor or Mort- Block Seven (7) in the Town (now gagor's personal representatives City) of St. Cloud, Wilson's Survey or assigns is 6 months after the Addition, also described as: date of sale. AllthatpartofLotOne(1),Block 15. Minn. Stat. 580.04(b) pro- Seven (7), in Town (now City) of vides, "If the real estate is an St. Cloud, Wilson Survey, described owner-occupied, single-fam- as follows, to-wit; Beginning at a ily dwelling, the notice must point on the Northerly line of said also specify the date on or before Lot One (1), Block Seven (7), 62 which the mortgagor must vacate feet Easterly from Northwesterly the property if the mortgage is not corner of said Lot One (1); thence reinstated under section 580.30 or Southerly and parallel with West- the property redeemed under sec- erly line of said Lot One (1) to the tion 580.23." If this statute applies, Southerly line of said Lot One (1); the time to vacate the property is thence Westerly along the south- 11:59 p.m. on NOT APPLICABLE. eflyline of said Lot One (1), 12 feet; THE TIME ALLOWED BY thence Northerly and parallel with LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE the Westerly line of said Lot One MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAG- (1) to the Northerlyline of said Lot; OR'S PERSONAL REPRESEN- thence Easterly along the North- TATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE erlyline of said Lot One (1), 12 feet REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A to the place of beginning. JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED ALSO all that part of Lot One UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, (1), Block Seven (7), in Town (now SECTION 582.032, DETERMIN- City) of St. Cloud, Wilson Survey, ING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, described as follows: Beginning THAT THE MORTGAGED PREM- atNorthwesterlycornerofsaidLot ISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A One (1), Block Seven (7); thence RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF running Easterly along the North- LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE erlyline of said Lot One (1), 50 feet; NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRI- thence Southerly and parallel with CULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND the Westerly line of said Lot One ARE ABANDONED. (1) to the Southerly line of said Name and address of Attorney Lot One (1); thence Westerly along for Mortgagee or Mortgage Southerly line of said Lot One (1) Assignee: to Southwesterly corner of said Lot Jeffrey D. Carpenter, Esq. One (1); thence Northerly along Mollie R. Anderson, Esq. Westerly line of said Lot to North- Henson & Efron, P.A. westerly corner of said Lot One (1), 220 South Sixth Street the place of beginning, Stearns Suite 1800 County, Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN 55402 8. The physical street address, Name of Mortgagee or Mortgage city, and zip code ofthe mortgaged Assignee: premises: 102 6th Avenue South, Bremer Bank, National Associ- St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301. ation OTHER FORECLOSURE DATA Published in the Tri-County 9. The person holding the Mort- News Thursdays, July 18, 25, gage: Aug. 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2013. is not a transaction agent, as defined by Minn. Stat. 58.02, subd. 30. Ziegler CAT has immediate openings for truck technicians and a heavy equipment technician in St. Cloud. If you have a 2-year tech degree and 2+ years' experience, we'll train you on the rest. Join the Ziegler team and enjoy a satisfying career with a stable, family-owned company. We offer the best pay in the industry and a complete benefits package. We think you'll like it here. APPLY ONLINE AT: nNw.zieglercat.com/careers An Equal Opportunity Employer ZIEGLER Legal Notice Depot. capacities. I further certify that I Office of the Secretary of State 2. Principal Place of Business: have completed all required fields, CERTIFICATE OF 2901 Clearwater Rd St. Cloud MN and that the information in this ASSUMED NAME 56301. document is true and correct and State of Minnesota 3. List the name and complete in compliance with the applica- Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min- street address of all persons con- ble chapter of Minnesota Statutes. nesota Statutes; the undersigned, ducting business under the above I understand that by signing this who is or will be conducting or Assumed Name, OR if an entity, documentIamsubjecttothepenal- transacting a commercial business provide the legal corporate, LLC, ties of perjury as set forth in Section in the State of Minnesota under an or Limited Partnership name and 609.48 as if I had signed this docu- assumed name, hereby certifies: registered office address: ment under oath. The filing of an assumed name Child Care Choices, Inc. 2901 (s) Renee Olson, does not provide a user with exclu- Clearwater Rd St. Cloud MN Executive Director, sive rights to that name. The filing is 56301. 7/25/13 required for consumer protection in 4. By typing my name, I, theE-Mail for Official Notices: order to enable customers to be able undersigned, certify that I am sign- bgustafson @childcarechoices.net to identify the true owner of a busi- ing this document as the person State of Minnesota ness. whose signature is required, or as Department of State 1. List the exact assumed name agent of the person(s) whose sig- Filed August 5, 2013 under which the business is or nature would be required who has (S) Mark Ritchie will be conducted: Little Learners authorized me to sign this docu- PubIished in the Tri-County News ment on his/her behalf, or in both Thursdays, Aug. 15 and 22, 2013. Civil War digest: This week 150 years ago Major Highlights for the Weekmade a night attack, and only two Wednesday, Aug 19, 1863 guns returned fire. Nevertheless, Northern authorities resumed there was no indication of a sur- the draft in New York City with render. Other Union guns opened no difficulties, although troops fire on Charleston itself. The Fed- protected the draft headquarters erals suffered a severe blow when against a repetition of the disas- the famed Swamp Angel exploded trous riots of July. while firing its 36th round. In Charleston Harbor, S.C., Sunday, Aug. 23, 1863 the guns boomed for a third day The first period of bombard- against Fort Sumter and Battery ment on Fort Sumter came to an Wagner. end, but only after 5,009 rounds Thursday, Aug. 20, 1863 had been fired by the Federals and ThebombardmentofFortSum- only one gun left in good condi- ter and Battery Wagner contin- tion in the fort, which was now a ued in Charleston Harbor, while pile of rubble and wreekage. Major General William Rosecrans Confederates captured two Federal Army of the Cumberland small Federal gunboats, the Sat- neared the Tennessee River west ellite and Reliance, at the mouth of Chattanooga, and more Fed- of the Rappahannock River in Vir- eral troops arrived at Coving- ginia. Lieutenant L. Taylor Wood ton, Ky., for the offensive in East accomplished the feat with four Tennessee. small boats with 60 men and 30 In Kansas, guerrilla forces sharpshooters. under William Clarke Quant- Monday, Aug. 24, 1863 rill approached the unsuspecting In Alabama, skirmishing town of Lawrence. occurred at Gunter's Landing near Friday, Aug. 21, 1863 Port Deposit. SACKING OF LAWRENCE, KAN. Other action included a Fed- Approximately 117 men and eral scout at Barbee's Crossroads boys died and approximately and skirmishing at Coyle's Tav- $1.5 million worth of property ern near Fairfax Courthouse, near destroyed in the massacre at Law- King George Courthouse and near rence, Kan. Storming into the Warm Springs, all in Virginia. town at dawn, nearly 450 Confed- Tuesday, Aug. 25, 1863 erate and Missouri bushwhack- Guerrilla warfare in Missouri ers under William Clarke Quant- and Kansas reached a climax in rill sacked, burned and murdered. Lawrence, Kansas, four days after Only women and small children the massacre. Federal Brigadier were spared, though some men General Thomas Ewing, in com- escaped the wrath by hiding. The mand at Kansas City, issued Gen- raid grew out of festering bitter- eral Order No. 11, which stated ness created by the Federal raid that all persons in Jackson, Cass on Osceola, Mo., and by Quant- and Bate counties, and parts of rill's personal grudge against Law- Vernon County, all in Missouri, rence. The target of the attack was were to leave their homes. Those James Lane, who was influential in who could prove their loyalty the abolition movement and a key would be permitted to stay at mili- figure in the growth of the Under- tary posts. All others had to vacate ground Railroad in the vicinity, the area. An estimated 20,000 peo- Saturday, Aug. 22, 1863 pie lost their homes around Kan- Fort Sumter was feeling the sas City, while barns, houses and impact of the sustained bombard- crops were burned. The anti-guer- ment, now in its sixth day. Only rilla move had little effect on the four guns remained serviceable raiders, but caused deep animosi- in the fort. Five Federal monitors ties that lasted for generations. INJURED AT WORK? Lost Wages? Unpaid Bills? Can I Get Fired? Steve Fields Attorney FREE advice - confidential Toll Free 1-888-212-6820 www.FieldsWorklnj ury.corn Hablamos Espa~ol 1861 CI.VI.L WAR 1865 Where Minnesota Regiments were the week of August 19-25, 1863 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On detached duty in New York City until Sept. 16, 1863. 2nd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry- On the march through the Cumberland Mountains and Tennessee River for the Chickam- auga Campaign. 3rd Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On the march to Little Rock, Ark., until Sept. 10, 1863. 4th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On garrison duty at Vicks- burg, Miss., until Sept. 12, 1863. 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On duty at Bear Creek, Miss., until Oct. 14, 1863. 6th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try-Participated in Brigadier Gen- eral Henry H. Sibley's expedition in Dakota Territory until Sept. 12, 1863. 7th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try -Participated in Brigadier Gen- eral Henry H. Sibley's expedition in Dakota Territory until Sept. 12, 1863. 8th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry- On duty at Fort Ridgely, Minn., until June 5, 1864. 9th MinnesotaVolunteer Infan- try-Participated in Brigadier Gen- eral Henry H. Sibley's expedition in Dakota Territory until Sept. 12, 1863. 10th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry-Participated in Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley's expe- dition in Dakota Territory until Sept. 12, 1863. 1st Regiment Minnesota Cav- alry "Mounted Rangers" - Partic- ipated in Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley's expedition in Dakota Territory until Sept. 12, 1863. Brackett's Battalion of Minne- sota Cavalry- Participated in the Occupation of Middle Tennessee until Sept. 6, 1863. 1st Minnesota Light Artillery Battery - On duty at Vicksburg, Miss., until April 4, 1864. 2nd Independent Battery, Min- nesota Light Artillery - On the march through the Cumberland Mountains and Tennessee River for the Chickamauga Campaign. 3rd Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery - Participated in Brig- adier General Henry H. Sibley's expedition in Dakota Territory until Sept. 12, 1863. 2nd United States Sharpshoot- ers, Company A - On duty in Vir- ginia until Oct. 1863.