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SerllineU YribUne Classifieds To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859    [,!i   ,!!!!!!ii!!!ii, i     !il    ' ' i i i ii '/i' '!i!!i'iiiiii i: ..... " '' ' "''   i  i iiiiii!!iii!ii!i!i![!!i!!iii!!!ii!iiiii! ? ' '' i!i! !'i )!i iiiiii:!i;iii 'if!i!! i i i i i i ii i ! i i?iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii! ! Wednesday, May 25,2011 Page 13 BRARI T WESTBROOK: Pets wel- NEW t USED FEED DENNYIS SANITATION can come! 2-bedroom units now MIXERS; PARTS, take care of all your dis- available. Call Linda, 507- SERVICE. Liners, augers, posal needs. Commercial, Picnic tables for sale. 360-8959. www. Iloydma- flighting, bearings, chain, rsidential, farm pick up, roll Treated lumber construe- EHO. etc., off service and dumpster tion. $100. 507-621-0520. FOR SALE Post Equipment, Rock rentals. Call 712-472-2293. RENTALS Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. WANTED For Sale: 1985 30' Nomad PETS For Rent: 2BR, 1 bath. 5th-wheel camper. Queen- WANTED: SCRAP IRON, Appliances furnished, water size bed, new fridge and Blue Heeler puppy for sale! OLD CARS, etc. $155.00/ and garbagepaid. Nosmok- microwave. Great older Good cattle dogs; make ton (subject to change). ing, no pets. Deposit with camper! $3600 or best offer, great pets! One male left. Roll-off dumpsters, certified garage at Brookview Apts., Call 605-957-5891 or 605- $100. 605-201-0550. scale, B&C Metals, Rock 850Adams, Westbrook. Call 212-7677 for more informa- SERVICES Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. 507-274-5900. tion or to see this camper. WORK WANTED MCCARTY MOTORS "The For Rent: One and two FOR SALE: Home-raised Place To Go" for outdoor CUSTOM LARGE SQUARE bedroom apartments at beef. Halves and quarters Westwood Apts., 801 8th available. Call Dan Leuthold power equipment. Snapper, BALING. Alfalfa, grass & St., Westbrook. Appliances, at 507-967-2380. (MN) Country Clipper, Briggs & straw. No job too far. David heat and garbage remov- Stratton, Kohler, Tecumseh. Kramer 507-967-2140 or al included. Call 507-274- FARM 712-472-3257, Rock Rapids, 507-360-9963. 5624 EQUIPMENT IA PUBLI(', Oq'ICES STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF REDWOOD DISTRICT COURT Fifth Judicial District Probate Court Division Court File No. 64-PR-11-351 In Re: Estate of Leland Steffen, aka Lee Steffen, Deceased NOTICE OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS: Notice is hereby given that informal appointment of Pamela Steffen whose address is 341 4th Street, PO Box 271, Walnut Grove, MN 56180 as personal rep- resentative of the estate of the above named decedent, has been made. Any heir, devisee or other interested person may be entitled to appointment As personal representativeor may object to the appointment of the personal representative and the personal representative is empowered to fully administer the estate includ- ing, after 30 days from the date of issuance of his let- ters, the power to sell, encumber, lease or distrib- ute real estate, unless objec- tions thereto are filed with the Court (pursuant to Section 524.3-607) and the Court otherwise orders. Notice is further given that ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to pres- ent the same to said per- sonal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred. Dated May 13, 2011 Arlene Daub Registrar Patty L. Amberg Court Administrator Brian L. White Attorney White Law Office PO Box 39 Wabasso, MN 56293 # 187327 S-39,40x Westbrook Walnut Grove Independent School District #2898 Regular Meeting April 18, 2011 The Westbrook Walnut Grove Board of Education held a regular board meet- ing in the Walnut Grove building at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Kronback, Kleven, Knakmuhs, Madson, Maas, Helmer and Jorgenson. Also present were Supt. Woelber, Prin. Richards, Prin. Olson, MaryJo Hendrickson, Laridie Kells, Dan Peterson, Carolyn Enstad, Leo Theisen, Mrs. Arndt's Gov't Class and Tom Merchant. Kronback called the meeting to order. Motion by Maas second- ed by Knakmuhs to approve the minutes of the March 14, 2011 board meeting. Motion carded. Motion by Kleven sec- onded by Helmer to approve the amended agenda. Motion carried. Motion by Madson sec- onded by Jorgenson to approve the claims and accounts. Motion carded. DISTRICT WIDE REDUCTIONS Transportation reductions A. Absorb WG town route/shuttle(Paul, Jeff, Dale) 115,000 'B. Absrb'WB a.m. vaff route Library reductions A. Summer library in WG limited to Wed with public $5,500 B. WB one week after and before year +5 more days Custodial reductions $7,000 A Game cleanup and shifting in WB B. Less rooms and shift- ing in WG Reductions by WG build- ing to fill out remainder of 10-11 year $6,000" Total $27,000 Walnut Grove Building Reduce the Phy Ed spe- cialist by .25 $18,000 Not to replace .5 coun- selor $23,000 Not to replace the posi- tion not filled of current year (Brugman) $37,500* Music? WG total $41,000 Westbrook Building Reduce the Phy Ed spe- cialist by .25 $9,000 Not replace the Social WB total $84,100 GRAND TOTAL $152,600 Unknowns Future of Supt. Time,(10- 11 sold $25,000), (11-12 worse case $15,000) Legislation and counsel- or time (if needed would be absorbed with variance) Kerry Knakmuhs sec- onded the motion for the fore going resolution and upon vote being taken there on the following voted in favor there of: Kleven, Knakmuhs, Madson, Maas, Helmer, Jorgenson and Kronback And against the same: none Where upon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. Motion by Jorgenson seconded by Madson to approve the graduating class of WWG 2011. Motion carded. Supt. Woelber noted the buses are doing well. A school van was totaled out in an accident involving a deer. The insurance pay- ment was $2,000.00. The district is in the pro- cess of ordering next year's commodities. There appeafs to be available funding for the STAR program for next year. Prin. Olson noted pre- school screening is April 19. MCA testing will take place in April and NWEA testing in May. K through sixth grade is looking at a new math book series. Preschool/head start groupings appear to be stay- ing the same. Make sure to go on web sites: or if you are interested in what is going on at school. Prin. Richards noted the high school is in the middle of testing for the next three weeks. NHS has five new mem- bers. The 7th and 8th grade is having a choir performance tonight. May 8 is Lynn Arndt's retirement party. Science retirement The junior high and $45,000 senior high are having Reduce FACS by .25 dances soon. $11,800 The FFA is sending 60 Reduce Ind. Arts by .25 students to state. $11,800 Graduation is May 22. Reduce/share Spanish by Motion by Kleven sec- .25 $9,000 aided by Knakmuhs to Reduce PT temporary adjourn the meeting. ESL $5,000 Respectfully submitted Add para technology Bruce Jorgenson, clerk time +7,500 #187326 S-39x Music ? THANK YOU With much thought and consideration, we have chosen a special way to say Thank You for your kind gifts and for shar- ing our bridal shower day! In lieu of traditional thank you notes, a dona- tion will be made to the Dovray and Westlorook Fire Departments. ls732g Manda and Eric SANF.00RD HEALTH It's our pioneer spirit and our passion for improving the lives of our patients, neighbors, and communities that keeps Sanford Health on the leading edge in research and clinical care. We believe that if something can be imagined, it can be achieved. And together, with you, we're creating it. Sanford Medical Center, Tracy has a Full Time (64 hours per2 weeks) Marketing/Community Relations Manager position available. Responsible for all marketing and community relations functions for both Sanford Tracy and Sanford Westbrook. Works closely with the Foundations for both locations. Must be able to plan, organize and implement major events or coroorate initiatives. Must be willing tO .be active in both communities. AS degree in Marketing/Public Rela- tions preferred, but not required; or three years of experience in a related position. Experience in healthcare is helpful. Contact information: Becky Foster, Human Resource Manager Phone: 507-212-4195 or 507-274-6801 Fax: 507-212-4124 rebecca.fostersanford health.arM to apply online: www.sanfordhealth. The relentless pursuit of perfection through... Courage, Passion, Resolve, Advancement and Family. Tracy, Minnesota Phone: (507) 274-6801 Fax (507) 212-4124 rebecca.foster(sanfo rd WINNING GAME PLAN Let your athletes know about the benefits of he National Guard. Tuition assistance Career skiUs Leadership training Physical training Part-time service in the community Ooec 1-800-GO-GUARD CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non-established accounts ust be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) before running. Not responsible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the :irst 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 publishers 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 decep- tive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate "Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 9 a.m. Friday '9USEi {dal Shower i ie Gundernunn ;  bride-to-be of; i' Adam Baumann ! Saturday, June II : I0:00 am Program will begin at 10:30 am Please come & shower,l Kallie with love at Grace Lutheran Church o = Westbrook, MN OPEN HOUSE = Bridal Shower in honor of Shannon Saunders | Bride-to-be of Curtis Madson ! Saturday, June 4 th 10:00 AM Trinity Lutheran Church Westbrook, MN Bring a favorite recipe! The couple is registered at Kobls, Sears, Ttm'fly Wbite and Dueber's CLINIC TRIAGE NURSE LPN ,s,, Murray County Medical Center has a full-time with ben- efits position open for a LPN at the Murray County Clinic. This position will require a MN LPN license. The Triage Nurse assesses patients through contact in person or via telephone. This individual should be an excellent problem solver and have good analytical skills. This position also requires an outgoing personality, good communication skills, ability to work with the public and excellent com- puter skills. EOE Application deadline is May 31, 2011. Please complete an application whicli is available, at the MC/VlC Business Office or find it online at Apply to: Nancy Andert/HR li Murray County Medical Center [ 'I/'IURRAY 2042 luniper Ave., Slayton, MN 56172 COUNTY 507 836 1262 1 andertn@murraycountymed org PROVIDER SUPPORT NURSE CMA OR LPN Murray County Medical Center has a part-time with benefits position open for a CMA or LPN at the Mur- ray County Clinic. This position will require a MN LPN license or a MN MA certificate. This position also requires an outgoing personality, good com- munication skills, able to work with the public and computer skills for scheduling. EOE Application deadline is May 31,2011. Please complete an application which is available at the MCMC Business Office or find it on line at Apply to: Nancy Andert/HR I " Murray Coun Medical Center !l UFyY 2042 Juniper Ave., Slayton, MN 56172 ii:! ,::," ::,,i ',::t:; 507-836-1262 Submit your Sioux Falls photos and videos for a chance to win upto $100 in cash and prizes! This contest is brought to you by the Sioux Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau and the South Dakota Office of Tourism. Unique Engaging Experiences Clear Lake 00'Mason City, Iowa FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT ARCHITECTURE & MUCH HORE Chartakelowa.tomf-- ,,,:777isitMasonCitylowa.tom 800-285-5338 800-423-5724 .... ...... I Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859