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Classified Rates Up to 18 words- $2 8 cents per word after SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, February 6, 1991 274-5945 & Friday 632 First Ave Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6171 Clinic Men Wed & Thurs. MN 56183 8- 12 & 1-5 s Agency Cottonwood County HOUSE FOR RENT.-- We brook- pulp, menhaden fishmeai protein, Two bedroom house with doublesweet white lupine seed, dried Insurance Veterinary Clinic garage available March 1st. 274- distillers grains and whole " Real Estate Windom, MN 56101 5495. S-20, 21, 22xsunflower seeds. An appendix lists ongoing dairy ,= Phone 859-2154 Phone 631-1473 research projects at the university Doctors: Kuecker, Dialer, Stone, Apartment in duplex. Two bedroom, and the Dairy Resource uroup -".ut Grove, MN 56180 Ling, Eisenmanger, and Curley living room, dining room, 1 1/2 faculty in the Department of baths, kitchen. Large rooms. One Animal Science and College of car garage. S-20, 21, 22p Veterinary Medicine. Funeral Service Citizens State Agency Nine of the 11 reports in the 63- page "1991 Beef Cattle Research dohnAImlie ' For all your insurance needs R" et)ort" relate to feedlot cattle. Phone 829-4510 Phone 859-2152 Topics include effects of various fcedstuffs, feed additives, implants Tra Walnu rove, MN 56180 cy, MN 56175 t G and management techniques. There are also reports on wild rice- NOVENA TO ST. JUDE---May the ground beef mixtures and on using CharleStorneyatLantZLaw Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, msecticidal mineral blocks for 9~ glorified, loved andpreservedcattle on pasture. throughout the worldnow and Cost of these publications is 174th Ave NE forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus 55.00 each or $8.00 for both ster, MN 55904. have mercy on us and help us. St. mailed to the same address. They )7) 287-0520 Jude, worker of miracles, pray for are available from Animal Health )0 7th Street us. Say this nine times a day for Extension, 101 Haecker Hall, Grove. MN 56180 seven days. Your prayers will be 859-2496 answered. Mine were. Publication University of Minnesota, St. Paul, ; must be promised. T-20x MN 55108. Make checks payable to the University of Minnesota. Wolf Etter & Co. Certified Public Accountants REnT Mrs. Annette Foster Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN Grandchildren and 55155-4044, (612) 296-4480. T-20p Great Grandchildren CARD OF THANKS University of Words are inadequate to express Minnesota diary, our gratitude to the friends and neighbors who have been so kind beef research through the 2 1/2 years since Alvin's injury and terminal cancer. It reports avazlable made Alvln's final days moreNew publications on dairy cattle bearable to know that peopleand beef cattle research at the genuinely cared. University of Minnesota is now Florence, Beth and Joel available. , Lindstrom The 41-page .]991 Dairy Carte Wesley and Dorothy Lindstrom Research Report contains r orts S-20p Ray andDoroonLindstrom of research on corn silage additives, diary cow lameness, use of recycled newspaper for bedding and bovine somatotropin.Reooeports in the nutrition section include information on total mixed rations and feedstuffs such as animal by- product protein, dried sugarbeet 0. j. Dill, D.D.S. 0ental Surgeon --- Jacobsen Regardless of Time or Distance I=Uneral Service our service is Available Klasse John Jacobsen Funeral Home 1629"4680 -- 859"2161 MN 56180 Dial 274-6700 Westbrook STATEWIDE HELP WANTED EMPLOYMENT MISCELLANEOUS NANNYOPPORTUNITIES. OPPORTUNII~S O L D - F A S H I O N E D $150-$400/wk. Join sue. cossful Nanny Network,Government Job=. Excob MUSCLE and joint pain eXl~'~.neegro~hwlagreat lent Opportunities Now remedy . Guenmteed to ramnyinanewlocolion Call Avallaldel Call 2~ hour ease dscomforL $9.95 + AdeneSbeisandlnc 1-600- me=sageforde~ileO~for- $I.00 P&H. Visions Dt=- 443-6428. Minimum age18, marion 713-6~b3769exL tributing Co P.O. Box 260 - Fee. 10223,Naples, FL 33941. Valuable FREE linandal NANNIES: Year-long live- JOBS IN AUSTRALIA - guidebook rant to flrlt 500 in position = Airfare, great Exciting employment op salaries. Fun social aetivi- pottunl~as. Paid Iravel - motivated "wi~" reded US/~ coinr.#= m- ties Carelul~, screened toppey&banefi~. Tempo- corded message. 1-800- families. Indiv~lualized at- raryorpermatm~Do=ili0nL tention. PRINCETON Call 516-261-6~60 Ext. 299-0655. Les Metier NANNY. 301 N. Hardaon 1040-Fee. Associates, Box 3120, #416, Princeton, NJ 08540, Brentwood, "IN 37024. (609) 497-1195. TANNING & TONING WOLFF TANNING BEDS- MAKE A FRIEND FOR UFEI European, Au=lra- I SERVICE TECHNICIAN: Commemial-Home Unitslien, Yugoslavian highI Ford. GM Dealer=hip with Imm $199.00. Lampt-Lo. school exchange / n.ew' faci,ti.as, gouge town. on=-Acoe, rias. Monthly =tud ts Jri Au at J ~amryanocommission, life, payments low as $18.00. HOST FAMILIES 1 health insurance, retire- Call today FREE Color" NEEDEDI Amerieanlntmr- pant, vacation an. Send Catalog. 1-600-22&6202 CulturalStudent mquides; Box TOOt, /o . . tect C, hrislian cou u desire HOROSCOP E READINO8 , PARTS PERSONNEL: a~ ~= hn ~, U~-J,~ m,m~ m.vu= ~.m, n'~W, work n P=r. DeO='t- menL handle= both Ford 8282. Roiling Meadow, IL ~ preo~-~ ~rj~u ~ GM peru. I~l~hip-k~ 60008 -,~-,; m.~,w, caled college town. Offers: "" O~/$2/mtn. Ceil 24 hrs 7 Health, rde insuren~: re- ADOPTION: Loving C,-'i- days. (R507) ernent. Send b ir = execute- e .inquiries; BoX TOO1. /0 and ftdi~Jme morn havei,mvuN = nvlmm~.~ , I~pandant. Marshall kin sunlit nursery lee baby. MOBILE HOMES: "Top 56258-0411. ' Promise pets. devotedQuaily'SchultHomesw~ gmndl:~ts, educa~n made in Redwood F~s Call Ellen, o/tsOL (213) Fact0wHomeCent~isl~. VACATION/I"RAVEL uu~u4,~orattomeyl.800, to~ldeeler. CallDavoat 242-8770. 507 644-21 l& "rime ~ traits ~ camp- - - grouna memher=hi Di - !! LIVESTOCK ASK ~~ MC, AN! tress sale$ - Cheepfl World. For .lale: Baby calves, ~ ClassMed Ad- wide selections. Call VA- started c~lves, and I~1~- You.c=m CATION NETWORK U.S. weight Holltetn steers Item nme ~ woKI dialled ea and Canada 14100-736- 200 to 7001~. Ifyoumpd. Ihelwipranin300ma~a- 8250or305-771.6296 Free ~tweight Holstem come, ~ ilxoughout ~ =uue rental informalfim 305-771- call JeffTwardowsid, 612- " of MN & reach 2 mtlliO~ 6331 732-6259. readers for only $14g.00 intment. Box 398 and Walnut Grove, MN 56180 Lenses (507) 859-2187 NOTICE--REPAIR CLINIC-Will repair autos, small engines, CARD OF THANKS most ofMNis February meeting of the council. Phelps and carried to adjoum. in perfect specialize in brakes and wiringThanks to the Lions Club, March 20 Motion by Goehring, seconded Micawber Club, and Russell T. by Jans to hire Ernest lverson of Sherman Eckhardt reasonable, size 10. Call problems 507-859-2530. Tfxl 1 Satter Fund for the scholarships. I Orders for tree seedlings to be Storden to appraise the two parcels Clerk-Treasurer S-20, 21, 22x ap.preciate it! Crystal Stiles planted in Minnesota (except for of land in question. Motion carried. . . E Llsed t -zup 15 southeastern Minnesota Perry Zieske had quotes for rs, 1 washer. Steffen I I-11 I LI//I I I/1-11 I counties) must be placed by March repair work at the sewage lagoon. -2114. S-19tfx I vvrtl HkM Thanks to all who attended my 20, according to the Department of He said the pond flow structures INTERNATIONAL mble m"-TRAVEL I/ lOS PIANOS--Over retirement party at the post office. It Natural Resources (DRN). needed to be replaced and a valve met and console pianos was so much fun to visit with each Trees must be ordered by Feb.replaced. He estimated that cost [ Barbara Christians-Tally Boerst of you, and so kind of you to wish 15 for planting in the southeastern should be about $14,000. This e new but 1/2 price of . 100 new pianos lowestWANTED--Empty 3 re. cotlee cans me well. I appreciated your MN counties of Dodge, Faribault, matter was tabled until the April I 288 Tenth Street 1-800.427-10S$ [ where Free tune and lids. Need them for a uuothoughtfulness.Janet MischkeFillmore, Freeborn, Goodhue, meeting, j Wlnd,om, MN56101 507-831-105= ! full warranty Monthb} Scout project of making survival S-20x Houston, LeSueur, Martin, Mower, Motion by Madso-v, seconded by from $2500 "Payless kits. Please leave any cans you ] nile Falls 1-800- would like to donate at Klasse Olmsted, Rice, Steele, Wabasha, Gochring and carried to make the Waseca and Winona. following appointments and iiili ii :)pen every S~ 9 - 5,Sales and Service or Sentinel To Beverly and the post office The minimum order is 500 committees: Librarian, Carol iiiiii~ Wash your ler times by appt News, Inc. S-20, 22, 231:) crew, my sincere thanks for making my 20 years there so enjoyable trees. Tree seedlings that are still Horde; Custodian, Irene Menk; S-20, 21x and rewarding. A special thankyou available for planting (except in Depository, So.ewe= s= ; il/ Clothes i !i] RENT OR SALE WORK WANTED--Remodeling, to Beve forthe thought and effort southeastern MN)are: Newspaper, Sentincl/I'ribune; Civil even days a ii] Call 274-6514 or 27~- carpentry, minor plumbing and spent on my retirement party. It CONIFERS - white spruce, Defense Director, John Madson; S-19,20, 21x electrical. All types of work. Good was alldeeply appreciated. Norway (red) pine and white cedar. City Heal= Board, Dean Lichty, ill weekl i ii:] local references. Reasonable tes. S-20x Janet Mischke HARDWOODS/SHrUBS - red Bonnie Kantson. Dr. J. Cassel; iiiii: " iiil maple, caragana and wild plum. John Madson; Park and Pool !i open: I want to thank you all for your Prices for seedlings are: Committee Craig Jans and Donna Monday- !!!1 concern, prayers, cards and visits while I was in the hospital. Also to Conifers: 585/1000 545/500 Goehring; Finance Committee, lii! |Saturday 8:00 the nurses and doctors for their 512/100 Deciduous: $150/1000 Harold Schmidt, Craig Jans and care. God bless you. $78/500520/100 ShermEckhardt;ActingMayor, J la.m. tog:00p.m. ] S-20p Alvina Polk Also available is four-season )fessio al Di ectory wildlife foodplantingstockoffered' I Sunday- in packets of 500 seedlings for SLOGAN BUTTONS - n r 5150. The packets feature a 12:00 5:00 We w uld like t express urmixture f crabapple" wild plum' Churches' C mmunity J i i heartful thanks to everyone,ginnala maple, juneberry, organizations. Need a fund iii: neighbors and friends from Walnut dogwood, chokecherry, raiser, make big prbfits with ; & Cunningham Irons and Kerr Grove, other friends and relatives cotoncaster, hawthorn and Nanking Mylar coated badges. We ! Come in and I Itorneys at Law Lawyers for remembering us in our loss with cherry seedlings. They are will design and print your give us a i:ill ~iit ii:~! 0th Street 831-3878 Frank C: Nielsen cards, flowers, food and monetary designed to provide food and COVer buttons promoting your event. ii!= spin/ gifts. A special thank you to Roger, for a variety of wildlife. Send for prices and other ~lom, MN 56101 Westbrook Office - Ph. 274-6766 our nephew and cousin, for hisOrder forms and price lists for information to: n (Community Bldg.) Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. many visits and for being there :lay 1"30 - 4"30 p m Other days: Tracy Officewhen we needed him. Thanks also the seedlings and wildlife food Midwest Custom Buttons, 15-3944" -" " Phone 629-3820 to the nurses and Dr. Schroeppel at packets may be obtained from R.R. 1, Box 199, Westbrook, the Redwood Falls Hospital for their DNR Forestry offices; ASCS MN 56183. Or phone (507) loving care, and to Dr. Odens, offices; SCS offices, County 274-6136, or (507) 274-6558 ,Pastor Peterson and the soloist for Extension Service offices; theevening. Optometrist Publishers & Printers their thoughtfulness. DNR General Andrews Nursery, 10th Street Mrs. John Streeter P.O. Box 95NC, Willow River, u~ ~01 Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56183 n m (507) 274-6136 or Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mershon MN 55795, (218) 372-3183; or the ' """" (507) 274-6137 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streeter DNR Forestry Division, 500 Mr. and Mrs. David Passer I Run ad two weeks, SPECIAL get the third week FREE! Phone 274-6136 or 859-2187 Westbrook Donna Goehring; City Assessor, Elwayne Kuehl; Mileage at 24 City Council cents per mile. [ UJlnEJ f I RegularSessien Motion by Gochring, seconded ADVERTISING I J, J'E VICEf ] j JanuaryT, 1991 by Jans and carried to give 5% ,The Westbrook City Council raises to Sherm Eckhardt and Irene I met in regular session, Monday, Menk. on payment I RESPONSIBILITY: Please AUCTIONEER: Licensed and t"eE eWt 'r On, : t mepli b January 7th, 1991, at 7:00 p.m. in Motion by Phelps, seconded by end of the month Jcheck your ad after the firstbonded. Harold E. Cooper. Phone Goehring to pay John Madmen as Which'the ad was I insertion and bring any errors toi 629"4728, Tracy, MN S-fix facilities. Contact Judy Lichty, the councilroom. lllled. All advertising [ our attention immediately. Schmidt Memorial Hospital, All council members were custodian of the Community le paid for by the 27th I Correct ons will be cheerfully ~ Westbrook, 507-274-6121. 11 -fix present. Guests were Jim Erickson, Center $50.00 per month. Mary Lee Peterson, Tom Motion by Phelps, seconded by Imonth or a 50 cent J made We are not responsible forj at H.G. Boeck and Sons, Inc. in HELP WANTED-TValtey View Merchant, Perry Zieske of Sioux Jans and carried to allow Harold Westbrook. Phone 274-5477S 18tfx Manor has several positrons for Engineering and Roger Schmidt and Mary Lee Paterson to errors beyond the first msertKm, if l harge will be added. Jyou fail to notify us. The publishers NURSING ASSISTANTS. VVM is Wipperman. check into prices for a new ~Jonal 50 cents will bei liability is limited to cost of the first ~ paying a competitive wage plus ! lor each month that J " ' mserhon of the ad. j CEMENT WORK: Complete other benefit~ ,Contact Director of Clerk Eckhardt administered the computer for the clerk. iS delinquent. Not i basement and fireplaces, Phone Nurses, Valley View Manor, Rt. 2, oaths of office to Craig Jans, as Motion by Madson, seconded by Ntible for errors in ads ] INVESTIGATE before you! 723-6661 Och's Masonry Box 66, Lamberton, MN 56152, new councilman, and to Mary Lee Phelps and carried to pay the lover the telephone, invest. The Sentinel Tribune does Construction. S-30tfx 507-752-7346. -T 17,18,19,20x Paterson who will assume the following bills: not knowingly accept fraudulent or HELP WANTED---FIN's or L P.N.'s May. David Stresemann $889.50 BIFIED AD DEADLINE [ deceptive advertising. Readers are wanted for part or full-time positions Motion by Madson, seconded byMark Johnson 239.25 cautioned to thoroughly investigate at Valley View Manor. Positions are Goehring and carried to accept me Proctor Sanitation 33.92 a-m.TuesdaymorningJ all "Business Opportunity" and now open and VVM pays a competitive wage plus expenence December minutes. Sentinel News, Inc. 89.04 other ads which require an credit and other benefits If you Roger Wipgerman presented his Law EnforcementSystems 61.10 I RATES i investment, i ~ team please contact Oneeta Olson, gripe was that the SnowmobileAmoco Food Stop 191.10 to 18 words - $2.00] want to be a part of this quality care police report for December. His Bergen, Inc. 14,986.00 l.S per word aller [ Thanks to my friends and R.N. -Director of Nurses, Valley Ordinance was being abused by SW Regional Dev. Comm. 468.80 relatives for the gifts, cards, and View Manor, Rt. 2, Box 86, riders. He noted that a number of Marcel 2-Way Radio Servi%7.00" or I '' ---- 'PUbUCn01ICE' visits while l was hospitalized and Lamberton. MN 56152, 507-752- kids were riding withOUt Cents per line. after I got home. Thank you! T-20p Loren Mentjes7346 T-17,18,19,20xsnowmobile certificates, riding MVTL Laboratories 40.50 across private and ridingAlan Wahl 225.50 L Run ad two J ' workHELPpartWANTED--Telemarketeror full time basis. Sett after 10:00 p.m. within the city Carol Hovde 265.00 ,get third weekl ALFRED NELSON POSTNO 267 A sincere thank you to all the your own hours and days. Sendlimits. He plans to set up a class for CountyHwy. Dept. 319.18 FREE[,American Legion Post Meeting --- relatives, friends, and neighbors for resume to P. O. Box 398, teenagers to take so that they can Maynard's 41.38 first Tuesday of the month,8:00 the cards, letters, visits, and help receive their certificates. His report Local Oil Co. 476.68 ~'---- J p.m December, January, while Harvey was in the Springfield Westbrook, MN 56183. February, March dinner meetingHospital and Sioux Valley Hospital. S-19, 20, 21x waSjimaCCepted.Erickson was present to Ron s ElectricalSi ux Engineering 859.50360.05 "------" with auxiliary, second Tuesday at Especially to Bill, Sara, and boys discuss the problem of getting Erickson Hdw. 5.16 F0 R J'A LE 6:30 p.m. No meeting July and for their help and support. God Deadline to order DNR more area for the Heritage House. Floyd's Tire Service 57.78 August. S-31ffx bless you all. . He was told that more information T-20p Harvey & Lila Schanran tree planting stock for would be forthcoming at the Motion by Madson, secomleA by