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Sentinel Tribune ACTION LINE! 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 CLASSIFIED ADS $8.00 for first 15 words 25 cents each additional word  (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) :// IltQQOOOOOOQ OQQOOOOQO QQO O 6OOOOQOQOOQOOQOOOOQQO OOOOQQ OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOO Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, February 25, 2004 Page 15 SALE PUBLIC NOTICE C00SS,F,ED At, WRr,S,Na NOTICE ] All classified ads for non- established accounts must R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y : L McKee snow Westbrook Cottonwood County trained for the NWEA Testing t be pre-paid (or charged to Please check your ad after 720. 7' wide. Walnut Grove Collaborative - Schmidt Program. / Visa or Mastercard) before the first insertion and bring [ or274-6634. Building and grounds The PER committee dis- I running. If not a $3.00 any errors to our attention $23,24 Independent School -Kronback. Knakmuhs. cussed how to report their pro- /billing charge will be added mmediately. Corrections will ] District #2898 Jorgenson; Helmer alt gram. [for totals less than $10.00. SALE--Take on Transportation Maas, Prin Richards listed some /On Two for Three Special be cheerfully made, We are br cash out. Regular Meeting not responsible for errors Oak byCnsole3/12/04.piano1- January 20, 2004 Kieven,TechnologyKnakmuhs. Helmer, ingitemSoperationsfr consideratiOnand studentregard" tion.n refunds after first inner- beyond the first insertion. If [ S-25x The Westbrook Walnut Knakmuhs, Schmidt issues. Westbrook Elementary Rates are based on pay- you fail to notify us, the pub- .... Grove held a regular meeting Community Ed- Maas enrollment is 77 and high ment before the end of the lishers liability is limited to Used 19  IV January 20, 2004 at the UREA- Kleven School 160. Walnut Grove ele- month in which the ad was cost of the first insertion of MSHSL: Board member, mentary enrollment is 116 and published. All advertising the ad. with I Westbrook building. Kronback; School rep., Supt. middle school is 184. must be paid for by the 27th INVESTIGATE before you 507-859-2540. Members present were Woelber; Boys athletics, Leo Report cards will be sent S-25,26,27x Kronback, Kleven, Schmidt. of the month or a $3.00 invest. The Sentinel Tribune t Helmer, MaRs. Knakmuhs, and Theisen; Girls athletics, Joan home January 23. billing charge will be added does not knowingly accept t RENT ,o,so, Also present were Zieske; Music, Connie Knott; There will be work study for accounts under $10, or fraudulent or deceptive} / Supt Woelber. Prin. Richards, Speech, Carolyn Enstad; Meet after school Tuesdays and 50c for accounts with a hal- advertising. Readers are cau- [ Prin. Olson, Jane HaNs, Russell and Confer., Maas, Helmer, Thursdays in Walnut Grove. ance over $10. Not respon- tioned to thoroughly investi- 2 bedroom Widman, Carolyn Enstad, Jorgenson Prin. Olson congratulated all sine for errors in ads taken gate "Business Opportunity" attached Shelly Merrick, Phil Larry Weeks, representing students who participated in the over the telephone, and other ads which require Wolf & Etter, presented and science fair. an investment. rent reduced Goetstouwers, Chris Kuehl, discussed the district audit for The milk machine is now appliances fur- Emie Iverson Lynn Bakken, Monica Otto, Larry Weeks, Tiffany Eichner, the year ending June 30, 2003. being serviced by a different He thanked the district for their vender. S-7t Nathan Swanson and Tom business and help in preparing Student teachers in the Merchant. the audit. Walnut Grove building from Kronback called the meeting The audit was a favorable January 12 to April 30 are to order. Motion by Maas seconded by report. Rachel Hoese with Mrs. Motion by Schmidt seconded Hendrickson and Karla DeMay Kleven to approve the minutes by Maas to approve the audit with Lynn Bakken and Eric brook of the December ! tax hearing, for Ind. Dist. #2898 for tile year Larson. neeoeO for the 2004 December 15 adoption meeting ending June 30, 2003 as pre- The Christmas band and ling Hills Golf must and the December 15 board sented by Wolf & Etter. Motion choir concert went very well. Phyllis at meeting. Motion carried, carried. The youth wrestling touma- ,'Jan at274-5266. Motion by Helmer seconded Bruce Jorgenson introduced ment hosted 238 wrestlers. S-23,24,25x by Knakmuhs to approve the the following resolution and Walnut Grove will host a youth amended agenda. Motion car- moved it's adoption, wrestling tournament February 8335 Walnut fled. RESOLUTION TO GRANT 13. Part time Motion by MaRs seconded by KEITH KROPP A QUICK Early childhood screening Must be able Schmidt to approve the claims CLAIM DEED FOR SMALL will take place March 12. and weekends, and accounts. Motion carried. The family of Richard Fogel would like to express a Store. PARCEL OF LAND ONCE The Values and Choices pro- S-25,26,27x Motion by Schmidt seconded OWNED BY A COUNTRY gram has three meetings sched- heartfelt "Thank You" to all who remembered us at the death of our by Knakmuhs to set board pay SCHOOL IN NWI/4, SEC- Lied: January 22, February 3rd son, brother and uncle. Thank you for the many, many cards and at $30 per meeting, chair $300, TION 34, NORTH HERO and February 17th. memorials, the flowers and plants, the food that was brought to treasurer $300, clerk $650 and TOWNSHIP, REDWOOD The following tests are the house and the visits and phone calls. Thank you to Pastor Gall mileage rate of .375/mile. COUNTY STATE OF scheduled: BST math 8th grade Klavetter for being there for us. Thank you to the Westbrook Motion by Helmer seconded MINNESOTA 2-3, BST 8th grade reading 2-5, Funeral Home for your caring assistance. A special "Thank You" to SERVICE  by Knakmuhs to appoint Knakmuhs seconded the MCA grade 3 & 5 reading 3-9, Dish Pastor Buresh for his comforting message, to Betty and Eunice for Prompt Kronback as chair. Motion car- motion for the adoption of the 3-10 MCA grades 3 & 5 math Steffen Electric, fled- the music, to the Boy Scouts for attending the funeral and the trib- S-14tfx Motion by Schmidt seconded foregoing resolution and upon on 3-16 and 3- ! 7. vote being taken thereon the Parent/teacher conferences: Lie Tobin read. Thank you to the Grace Lutheran church women by Knakmuhs to appoint following voted infavor there- March 8 WG and WB, March for the delicious lunch. Thank you to Hick's Tore co-workers who '  Kleven as vice chair. Motion of: Kronback, Kleven, Schmidt, i 5 WB and March 23 WG. were there to share our sorrow. To everyone, your words of com- E carried. Motion by MaRs sec- Maas, Helmer, Knakmuhs and The 6th grade ,science fair is fort and your prayers have touched our hearts and will never be ended by Schmidt to appoint Jorgensoa February 10. forgotten. We ask God's blessings on all of you. FOR CHILD Care? Jorgenson as clerk. Motion car- And against the same: none Motion by Mas conded by Lawrence and Bonnie Fogel Resource & tied. child care Motion by Kleven seconded Whereupon said resolution was Knakmuhs to approve an accel- Bonnie and Don Jacob based on by Schmidt to appoint declared duly passed and adopt- crated learning program and Teresa and Jeff Goettig, Aaron and Derick Knakmuhs as treasurer. Motion ed" allocate $500 for WB and $500 Daniel and Kelly A. Jacob, Nathan Brandi and Joshua by State of can'Jcd. Nathan Swanson and Tiffany for WG to support the program. Darren and Kelly J. JaCob, Timothy and Stephanie S-47-38p The following committees Eichner reported on the Motion carried. progress of the class trip. The 2nd half middle school were approve: cost per person is $1075 and 25 scheduling was noted. HOUSE MSBA legislative rep.- Kleven; Helmer-ait. seniors are participating. The Motion by Helmer seconded SPRINGDALE TOWNSHIP Continuing ed. - Knakmuhs; chaperons arc Mr. and Mrs. by MaRS to hire a 1/2 time staff Don Enstad and Mr. and Mrs. person for 3 and 4 grade in Annual Election Notice & Westbrook - Schmidt -alt Leo Theisen. The trip is to Walnut Grove for the remainder 75! Isn't that Negotiations committee southern California from April of the 2003-2004 school year. Election of Officers let's not Kronback, Klevcn, Schmidt; 7-14, 2004. Motion carried. out. We have to celebrate! Jorgensonalt. Supt. Woclber reported Supt. Woclber noted para- Notice is hereby given to the residents of V.EW. Club on Curricular and staff develop- 28, 2004 at ment -Maas; Schmidt alt. Maylen Peterson donated professional recognition week 3pringdale Township, County of Redwood, State of please. Redwood County $10,000 to the school industrial January 20-23. Minnesota, who are qualified to vote at the General arts program for equipment and The district had it's first read- Elections, that the Annual Town Meeting and Electior will S-24,25p Collaborative MaRs; $10,000 for updates to the old ing of Mandatory Policy #532 Knakmuhs alt high school building in which is the use of peace officer be held on Tuesday, March 9, 2004 at the Walnut Grove Westbrook. The board and and crises teams to remove stu- 3ommunity Center. The Annual Meeting will begin at 4:00 ).m. The election polls will be open from 5:00 p.m. till 8:00 Directory administration thanked Maylen dents with IEP's from school for his very generous gift to the grounds. .m. school. Bruce Jorgenson introduced To be elected are one (1) supervisor for a three Congratulations to Maydra the following resolution for it's Kerr & Assoc. Daniel A. Birkholz MaRs for being elected to the adoption: 3) year term and one (1) clerk for a two (2) year'term. Assoc. Attorney at Law SWSC Board. RESOLUTION DIRECTING In case of inclement weather, the meeting and LAWYERS Thursday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Supt. Woctber noted THE ADMINISTRATION TO election will be held the following Tuesday, March 16, 2004. Free Telephone 274-6501 February 2-6 is National High MAKE RECOMMENDA- Merna S. Malmberg Will, Estate Planning, Trusts, School Counselor Week. TIONS FOR REDUCTIONS, Town Clerk, Town of Spnngdale Supt. Woelber noted the IN PROGRAMS AND POSI- ' ..... 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Real Estate, Business Law, School Age Care grant TIONS AND REASONS February 16, 2004 Office 629-3820 Personal Injury, Appointments ($16,000) and Continuation THEREFORE i M. L. GRAMS& grant ($2,000) have been used. Kerry seconded the motion for The district has had a net the adoption of the foregoing ut ASSOCIATES, APA gain in enrollment this year. resolution and upon vote being Westbrook Township Funeral A Professional Association The district now has an enroll- taken theron the following Home Certified Public Accountants ment of 537 students, voted inlayer thereof: Maas, The board and administration Helmer, Schmidt, Knakmuhs, ANNUAL MEETING JOy Kulow, Owners P.O. Box 458, Westbrook, MN congratulated Germ Kronback Jorgenson, Kleven, Kronback Phone274-6171 on beingchosentotheallshate And against the same:none u soay, "- e--'-- March Phone 859-2161 Men. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. school board. Where upon said resolution was 9 The ESL group will report on declared duly passed and adopt- COTrONWOOD-SLAYTON their trip at the February board ed. 8:00 p.m. at the Town Hall Tribune VETERINARY SERVICE PLLP meeting. Supt, Woelber noted the dis- Supt. Woelber reported the trict would need a representa- ELECTION 5 TO 8 P.M. 'all Your printing  & Sm Anm . & Sume title nine representative is Jane tive for the Tri County Day  One Supervisor for a 3-year term * - Aft Hours Emergency Serv Avae HaNs, 504 coordinator is Prin. treatment Board in Windom. jobs call woou 2250 Hwy 60 E... 1131-1473 Richards and human rights "offi- Motion by Helmer .seconded  One Supervisor for a 2-year term Toll Free Dial I &Then .. 8118413141387 :]6 =.,,0,1909 Maple Ave.. 1136.41594 ccr Mr. Woiber. by Schmidt to adjourn. Motion  One Clerk for a 2-year term .......... TXt_!_Tha.J0-/II#,413_ The board and administration carried. discussed new wall mats for the Respectfully submitted Lee Bakken, Clerk Dill, D.D.S. Wabasso State high school gym. The cost Bruce Jorgenson, clerk Bad weather alternate date is March 16 would be $6,000 of which ,,,,,, Agency $3500 has been pledged. There will be a meet and con- AVON Friday For all your insurance needs fer February ! 7 at 5:30 p.m. ENTREPRENEUR WANTED Clinic daboardmtingat7p.m. in NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING & Phone 859-2152 Walnut Grove. want, be your own bo, and enjoy MN 56183 Walnut Grove. MN. 56180 The CPT meetings have went un,rn,eu,. ELECTION OF OFFICERS Let's lalk very well this year. 888-561-2866 Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters o! The board and administration Agency Almlie Funeral Homes thanked Norma Phipps for her Ann Township, County of Cottonwood, State of Minnesota, Insurai-KT, e Steven & John Almlie many years of dedicated service that the Annual Election of Town Officers and Annual Town Estate to the district. Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 9, 2004. In case of (Call Westbrook 24 hrs. a day) Utility costs were compared PLANNING AN inclement weather, the meeting and election may be post- MN 56180 Westbrook 274-5464 to last year. AUCTION? poned until the third Tuesday in March. Prin. Richards noted the one Household - Farm- The Election Poll hours will be open from 5 to 8 Tracy 629-4510 act play will perform Tuesday Business at 9 p.m. and 11:30 a.m. in p.m. at which time the voters will elect Clerk/Treasurer and Westbrook Health Center Pipeston00. Complete Auction 1 Supervisor. Medical Clinic * Petenmn Estates Congratulations to Alex Service The Annual Meeting will commence at 4 p.m. to Johnson as a finalist for the Rich Reiner conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. Weetbrook Hospital MSHSL Excell Award. Bell Ave., Westbrook, MN. 56183 (507) 274-6121 Prin Richards welcomed Springfield, MN. The Annual Election and Meeting will be held at the HOurs: 8:00 a.m. - 5.t)0 p.m. Monday through Friday ShanK Vang as interpreter aid in Phone 1-507-723-5243 following location: Ann Town Hall. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Saturday the high school. Call collect. Glen Mathiason 24-Hour Emergency Cam Alway= Availalde Three groups of staff will be , Town Clerk, Town of Ann ..... I I