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00entinel Tribune ACTION LIN ! IFIED ADS Classified Rates $4.50 for first 25 words. 20 cents each additional word. (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) Peach Classified Rates $6.00 for first 15 words, 25 cents each additional word. (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) Combination rate Peach & Sentinel Tribune $8.00 for first 15 words 25 cents each additional word (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) one 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, January 28, 2004 Page 13 HELP WANTEDJRedwood County Public Health is accept- ing applications for a full-time or part-time Public Health 29 gallon nurse. General Public Health rocks, responsibilities may include round and health education and promo- all you tion, disease prevention and control, family health responsi- S-19tfx bilities such as working with children and families in the 150. bales of home, school, or clinic setting. Current Minnesota RN License S-20,21,22x required. PHN Certification pre- ferred. Need valid Minn. Driver's License with reliable transportation. Application and position description available. Contact Redwood County 2 bedroom Public Health, 266 E Bridge attached Street, Redwood Falls, MN rent reduced 56283 or call 507-637-4041. diances fur- Applications accepted through Iverson February 8th at 4:30 PM. EOE. or 507-445- S-21,22x S-7tfx land to rent season and Murray Cottonwood S-1 IUNS--Buying Jnter's Den, pringfield, -20,21,22x Dish Prompt Electric, S-14tfx CHILD Care? & Referral referrals to informa- MN DHS. S-47-38p may elementary in the Walnut indi- remainder should con- at (A.M.) or 859- until HELP WANTED--The City of Westbrook is looking for a part- time custodian. Hours will vary with approximately 20 hours per month. Stop by the City Hall for an application. Deadline will be February 6, 2004. S-21,22 CARD OF THANKS The family of Laura Scarset wishes to express thanks for condolences, cards and memo- rials at the time of Laura's passing. Thank you to Westbrook Health Center, Westbrook Funeral Home and Rev. Gerald Giese for his mes- sage. For all those who served the lunch. CARD OF THANKS There are no words that can really describe our gratefulness to all of you who had a part in the wonderful breakfast benefit put on for Jordan. Whether you planned, prepared, donated items, worked that Sunday morning at the school, came to celebrate with us or gave anonymously, we can't say thank you enough. May God bless you all for your generosity and support! The Greg Madson S-21 p family PUBLIC NOTICE STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF COTTONWOOD ESTATE OF Raymond B. Papiow Decedent DISTRICT COURT PROBATE DIVISION Fifth JUDICIAL DISTRICT Court File No. P7-04-33 NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is given that an appli- cation for informal probate of the Decedent's will dated January 7, 2003 ("Will"), has S-21Llris Sc, arset  F a_miies been filed with the Registrar. CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks for prayers, cards, phone calls, flowers, comforting words, food, or any way you showed love to us at the death of our beloved brother, Marvin. Thanks to Pastor Bonnie for her prayers and for the inspira- lionaJ celebration of Marvin's life. To the organist, Nancy Osland, soloist, Chuck Dibley, and to Worthington Regional Hospital and staff for excellent care. To Fulda friends who served our family supper Thursday, to Totzke Funeral Home for their caring and effi- cient help in planning the serv- ice, to English ChurCh WELCA ladies who served the dinner. Thanks to neighbors and friends who visited him and checked on him these last months. Because we are over- whelmed by cards and memori- als, no personal "thank yous" will be sent. Instead, memorials will be given to Marvin's favorite charities. Anything you did for Marvin is appreciated. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. God's blessings! S-21x Gloria Jacobs Bud & Janet Mischke ional Directory J Assoc. i - Toll Free a.rn.. 4:30 p.m. 629-3820 Daniel A. Birkholz Attorney at Law Thursday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Telephone 274-6501 Will, Estate Planning, Trusts, Real Estate, Business Law, Personal Injury, Appointments M. L. GRAMS & ASSOCIATES, APA A Professional Association Certified Public Accountants P.O. Box 456, Westl0rook, MN Phone 274-6171 Mon. - Fn. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 859-2161 :Funeral printing Call The application has been grant- ed. Notice is also given that the Registrar has informally appointed Esther Paplow whose address is 999 Cedar Avenue, Westbrook, Minnesota 56183 as personal representa- tive of the Estate of the Decedent. Any heir, devisee or other interested person may be entitled to appointment as per- sonal representative or may object to the appointment of the personal representative. Unless objections are filed with the Court (pursuant to Minn. Stat. 524.3-607) and the Court otherwise orders, the personal representative has full power to administer the Estate including, after 30 days from the date of issuance of letters, the power to sell, encumber, lease or distribute real estate. Any objections to the pro- bate of the will or appointment of the Personal Representative must be filed with this Court and will be heard by the Court after the filing of an appropri- ate petition and proper notice of hearing. Notice is also given that (subject to Minn. 524.3-801) all creditors having claims against the Estate are required to present the claims to the per- sonal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this Notice or the claims will be barred. Marlene Nordquist 1-22434 Registrar Cheryl Peters Court Administrator Laurence B. Hughes Hedeen, Hughes & Wetering 1206 Oxford Street P.O. Box 9 Worthington, MN 56187 507-376-3181 47910 S-2122x Tribune co00o00ooo-su0000roN VETERINARY SERVICE PLLP Large & Small Animal Med. & Surge Aft Hours  Serv'k AvaJlale WlNOOM 2250 I.. 60 E... 831-1473 Toll Frea Dd I &Then.. 888-831-8387 .AYTON 1909 Maple Ave...8Pl D.D.S. Wabasso State Agency BETTER BOARD MEMBERS Friday For all your insurance needs Clinic Phone 859-2152 MN 56183 Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 Agency Almlie Funeral Homes Steven & John Almlie i (Call Westbrook 24 hrs. a day) MN 56180 Westbrook 274-5464 ,629-4510 Westbrook Health Center Medical Clinic * Paterson Estates &re., * Westbrook Hospital Westbrook, MN. 56183 (507) 274-6121 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday 9.1)0 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Saturday Care Always Available CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274- 6136 1-800-410- 1859 Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 50%274-6166 PUBLIC NOTICE WWG Independent School District #2898 Tax Hearing December 1, 2003 Supt. Woelber welcomed everyone to the district tax hearing. A video from MREA explaining school funding in Minnesota was shown. The board and administration reviewed the Levy Limitation and certification 2003 payable 2004. The 2002 payable 2003 levy was $333,645.43 and the pro- posed 2003 payable 2004 is $338,259.46 a 1.38% increase. The board and administration discussed the level of fully equalized excess levy by the state. This amount is $405/stu- dent in 2005 and $500/student in 2006. The district will need to update it's excess levy in November 2004. The adoption meeting will take place December 15, 2003 in the Walnut Grove building. Being no further questions the heating was adjourned. Respectfully submitted Bruce Jorgenson, clerk WWG Independent School District #2898 Tax Levy Adoption Meeting December 15, 2003 The tax levy adoption meet- ing was held December 15, 2003 in the Walnut Grove school building. Kronback called the meeting to order. Members present were Kronback, Kleven, Helmer, Maas, Seeger, Knakmuhs, Nordahl, Christenn, Schmidt and Jorgenson. Also present were Supt Woelber and Tom Merchant. Supt Woelber recommended to maximize the 2003 payable 2004 levy limitation and certifi- cation. Motion by Helmer seconded by Kleven to set the 2003 payable .2004 district levy limi- tation and certification for Ind. District #2898 at $338,259.46. Motion carried. Motion by Helmer .seconded by Maas to adjourn. Motion carried. Respectfully submitted Bruce Jorgenson, clerk WWG Independent School District #2898 Regular Meeting December 15, 2003 The WWG Board of Education held a regular meet- ing December 15, 2003 at 8 p.m. in the Walnut Grove build- rag. Members present were Kronback, Kleven, Knakmuhs, Maas, Schmidt, Helmer, Seeger, Christensen, Nordahl and Jorgenson. Also present were Supt. Woelber, Prin, Richards, Prin. Olson, Leo Theisen, Tina Richards, Duane Hannan, Lynn Bakken, Phil Goetstouers and Tom Merchant. Kronback called the meeting to order. Motion by Seeger seconded by Nordahl to approve the min- utes of the November 24, 2003 board meeting. Motion carried. Motion by Maas seconded by Seeger to approve the amended agenda. Motion carried. 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NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If you fail to notify us, the pub- lishers liability is limited to cost of the first insertion of the ad. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising, Readers are cau- tioned to thoroughly investi- gate "Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. soccer grant application which he will apply for. There will be a soccer information meeting December 18, 2003. The board noted their support for the pro- gram. Some friendship groups (4-5 students) are being started as part of the counseling program. Supt. Woeiber discussed an automated defibrillator. The cost of this device is $1200- $3000 plus training expenses. Supt. Woelber discussed con- cern of certain areas of state school funding. That is part of our need to renew the excess levy referendum in November 2004. Motion by Knakmuhs sec- onded by Nordahl to approve five open enrollment requests to attend WWG. Motion car- fled. Supt. Woelber noted the new steps from Lads have been delivered. The district audit report will be presented at the January board meeting. The food service employees from both buildings will meet to coordinate programs. Supt. Woelber thanked Jim Christensen, Brenda Seeger and Rick Nordahi for their dedicat- ed service to the school district. Prin. Richards noted the sub- jects discussed at CPT. Duane Hannan discussed stu- dent privacy issues on the inter- net. Prin Richards confirmed the cost of NWEA testing was $4938.00. The board noted final quote and support for the program. The administration and board discussed the current grading system and policy regarding absence from class for a school sponsored activity. The board felt a uniform policy by all staff is necessary to promote partici- pation in student activities. There will be a PER meeting December 18 at 6:30 p.m. in Westbrook. Prin Richard.s noted the dis- trict was honored by a visit from Sec. Kiffmeyer. Graduation is scheduled for May 30 at 2 p.m. Student registration for 2003- 2004 will begin. Prin Olson noted the December newsletter. Prin Olson invited the board members to the Christmas din- ner at the WG building. The book fair in the WG Library will be from December 10-17. Mid terms were sent out December 11 & 12. The Redwood Co. retired and senior volunteer program will perform plays once a month for the K-4. Prin Olson and staff mem- bers will draw up a dress code. WWG youth wrestling start- ed December I 1. A 5th and 6th grade basket- ball schedule was listed as well as radio stations for cancella- tions. Middle School band and choir concert will be December 23, 7:30 p.m. School will start two hours late January 12 because of CPT. Supt. Woeiber noted a tenta- tive contract agreement has been reached with the certified staff. The negotiation process went well. Motion by Schmidt seconded by Knakmuhs to approve a con- tract with certified staff includ- ing 3% per year salary increase plus an insurance addition of $1000 and $500. Motion car- fled. Supt. Woelber discussed the need for a quick claim deed to Keith Kropp for an over looked rural school property. Motion by Maas seconded by Nordahl to grant a quick claim deed to Keith Kropp. Motion carried. Tim Helmer introduced the following resolution and moved it's adoption: RESOLUTION DIRECTING ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE RECOMMENDA- TIONS FOR REDUCTIONS IN PROGRAMS, POSITIONS AND REASONS THERE- FORE Rick Nordahl seconded the motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution and upon vote being taken thereon the following voted infavor there- of: Jorgenson, Seeger, Nordahl, Christensen, Helmer, Knakmuhs, Schmidt, Kleven, Maas, Kronback And against the same: none Whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. Motion by Christensen sec- onded by Nordahi to adjourn. Motion carried. Respectfully submitted Bruce Jorgenson, clerk Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. corn I PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers I I Westbrook Good Samaritan Center is looking for a part time (7 days per 2 weeks) a.m. Cook due to a retirement. 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