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...........  ,i  !i ii ............ Sentinel Tribune Classifieds To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, June 29, 2011 Page 13 00araain stop by the school for an as'00ment application or contact Loy Woelber for further informa- For Sale: Westfield 10-71 Picnic tables for sale. tion. 507-274-5450. low profile hopper auger. Treated lumber construe- Augered 55,000 bu., one tion. $100. 507-621-0520. Help Wanted: Semi driver year old. Call 507-360- for hauling livestock. Must 7463. For Sale have CDL, clean driving record; experience pre- ferred. Call Dennis, 507- 920-5469 or 507-283-2553. For Sale: 80 acres, more or less, of hunting land in Section Thirty-one of Holly Township of Murray County. 73.26 acres enrolled in CREP. Seven annual CREP payments totaling $57,526.00 remaining for the owner. Call Eugene D. Longstrom, Real Estate Broker, at 1-800-421-9411. House for Sale: Two bed- room, central air. New car- pet/paint. Hardwood floor- ing. Basement family room. 608 Elm Ave., Westbrook. $62,500. Lee, 507-829- 3030. Garage Sales Antiques, collectibles & misc. Sat. July 2nd, Sun. July 3rd, 9:00-4:00 at the storage units east of the ball park across from Sinclair on Hwy 30 in Currie. Help Wanted WWG ISD #2898 is accepting applications for an Assistant Cook at the Westbrook School: Please Rentals WESTBROOK: Pets wel- come! 2-bedroom units now available. Call Linda, 507-360-8959. www. Iloy- Equal Housing Opportunity provider. For Rent: One and two bedroom apartments at Westwood Apts., 801 8th St., Westbrook. Appliances, heat and garbage removal included. Call 507-274- 5624. Farm Equipment NEW & USED FEED MIXERS; PARTS, SERVICE. Liners, augers, flighting, bearings, chain, etc. Post Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Furniture $375 New in package, king- size pillowtop set, never used, has warranty. 605- 731-6027. For Sale: Bedroom furni- ture -- headboard, dress- er, mirror, nightstand and chest. Asking $450. 605- 731-6027. $189 Queen-size pillowtop mattress and boxspring, brand new in plastic with warranty. 605-731-6027. Services MCCARTY MOTORS "The Place To Go" for out- door power equipment. Snapper, Country Clipper, Briggs & Stratton, Kohler, Tecumseh. 712-472-3257, Rock Rapids, IA. DENNY'S SANITATION can take care of all your dis- posal needs. Commercial, residential, farm pick up, roll off service and dump- ster rentals. Call 712-472- 2293. Wanted WANTED: SCRAP IRON, OLD CARS, etc. $155.00/ ton (subject to change). Roll-off dumpsters, certified scale. B&C Metals, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Work Wanted CUSTOM LARGE SQUARE BALING. Alfalfa, grass & straw. No job too far. David Kramer 507-967- 2140 or 507-360-9963. For Rent: 2BR, 1 bath. Appliances furnished, water and garbage paid. No smok- ing, no pets. Deposit with garage at Brookview Apts., 2-piece sectional, brand 850 Adams, Westbrook. new in cartons. Microfiber Call 507-274-5900. cushions, faux leather sides. Letting go at $495. Steel Buildings! Factory For Rent: CAMPERS! 605-731-6027. direct; discounted inven- Expandable travel trailers, tory. 33x39, 42x57, 54x99, all sleep 6 or more. A/C. New mattress set -- must 60x156. Misc. material $60/night. Call 712-737- sell! Full size, still in original available, www.sunward- 8931 or 712-541-8558. bags, letting go for $135. Source # 12J. 605-731-6027. 800-964-8335. Steel Buildings THANK YOU Westbrook ed by Helmer to approve the To my church family, Walnut Grove following capital outlay friends and neighbors, a expenditures: hearty thank you for all Ind. School District #2898 Walnut Grove buildings Regular Meeting and grounds $57,771.00; the cards, girls, and best May 16, 2011 Westbrook buildings and wishes. I will not forget The Westbrook Walnut grounds $56,741.00 and my 80 th birthday! God Grove Board of Education extracurricular $32,906.00 is good. He is always held a regular meeting May totaling $147,418.00. good! 16, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the Motion carried. Barb Jansma Westbrook building. Motion by Kleven see- 83s Members present were ended by Madson to Kronback, Kleven, Madson, approve the Restrictive Maas, Helmer and Procedures policy. Motion THANK YOU Jorgenson. Also present carried. THANK YOU Thanks to the doctors, and were Supt. Woelber, Prin. Motion by Helmer sec-  Lou fpr the great nurses at Sanford Hospital Richards, Prin. Olson, -ended by Maas to approve honor of being chosen the Lairdie Kells, Nikki maternity leave for the 1st Άn Sioux Falls for their Jorgenson, Mandy Dibble, semester of the 2011-2012 2011 Grand Marshal. It wonderful care. Thanks to Erin Richards, Mrs. Amdt's school year for Mandy was great fun to see all of Government class and Tom Dibble. Motion carried, the happy faces. Thanks my family and friends for Merchant. Motion by Madson sec- to Jimmy Klasse for driv- the help I got after I came Kronback called the ended by Jorgenson to ing the car for me. home. Thanks for prayers, meeting to order, declare surplus items listed Hilda Byers flowers, food, gifts and Motion by Madson sec- from attachment and ts73rn cards I got. ended by Helmet to approve approve additions as deter- May God bless you all. the minutes of the April 18, mined by Supt, Woelber. THANK YOU 2011 board meeting. Motion Motion carried. carried. Motion by Maas second- The family of Howard E. sr3r Beatrice Maeyaert Motion by Kleven sec- ed by Kleven to approve Nelson wishes to thank ended by Maas to approve Erin Richards as cheer team all for the support offered the amended agenda, coach. Motion carried, through cards, food, flow- [ THANK YOU Motion carried. Supt. Woelber noted the ers, memorials, and com- I [[I would like to thank the Motion by Maas second- district will offer summer forting words after his Illocal businesses that donat- ed by Madson to approve school for new country stu- death. Also thanks to the ed items and cash to the the claims and accounts, dents only. quick response of the silent auction. Also, to the Motion carried. Health insurance rates Westbrook Ambulance members of the community Supt. Woelber discussed will be down 7.5% for next and the Westbrook Funeral that came and supported an extended legislative ses- year. Home for the funeral sion is likely. Preliminary Prin. Olson discussed an the vendors on Saturday at budget funding is predicted after school Girl Scout pro- arrangements. Thanks again the 1st Annual Fun Days to be flat. for the support shown dur- Erin Richards reported gram one night per week Expo, Thank you. You from 3:30- 5:30 p.m. in ingthis difflcult time. helped to raise over $425 on the Sped Dept. It involves Walnut Grove for 3rd-5th Lorraine "Enie"Nelson for the WWG HS Indoor 36 students. It is taught by grade girls. There would be Marlene Rensink and Concession Stand Remodel. Erin and Lori Lee. transportation back to Family LuAnn Lairdie Kells and Nikki Westbrook at 5:30 p.m. The Keith Nelson ...... Jorgenson reported on the board and administration Lyle, GailNelson and 5th grade trip to Lake approved theprogram. Family Carlos. Summer lunch in WG, Mandy Dibble discussed Monday-Thursday (May ts7373 the math dept. and the use 23rd-28th) ll:00a.m.-12:15 of the smart board and IPAD. p.m. for all students 18 •• • • • • • • • • • • • • Motion by Maas second- years of age and younger. Sentinel Tribune Tip tine Prin. Richards noted a • • ed by Jorgenson to approve possibility of changing the • If you see news happening or have a• the resignation of Dan timing ofNWAtesting. Peterson. Motion carried. There will be a pre-regis- • • The board and administra- story idea call our News Tip Line. tion thanked Dan for his try May 18 for next year. Graduation will take • 274"6136 0€ • dedicated service to the place at 2:00 p.m. on WWG District. Sunday. • 1-800-410-18S9 • Tim Helmer introduced Motion by Helmer sec- Due to staff limitations we may not always • the following resolution for ended by Kleven to adjourn. • approval: Motion carried, be able to respond to your tips or ideas. RESOLUTION TO PLACE Respectfully submitted • However we will do our best to give every • THE FOLLOWING Bruce Jorgenson, clerk • call full regard. • SCHOOL YEAR #187369 S-44x Thank you for your help and consideration. EMPLOYEES • • ON SUMMER LEAVE OF • • • • • • • • • • • • • ABSENCE Marvin Kleven seconded the motion and upon vote being taken there on the fol- New Century Press is seeking a creative, positive, self, m0tivated lowing voted in favor there individual for the position of of: Kleven, Madson, Maas, Helmer, Jorgenson and EDITOR Kronback. And against the same: none Where upon said resolution at an award winning newspaper in northwest Iowa. was declared duly passed The successful candidate will be responsible for breaking news, coverage of city and county and adopted, government, feature writing and related photography. This is an opportunity for a hardworking Enrollment update: 4yr. olds 22 7th grade 29 community journalist to "run your own show" while still working within a network of four other K 29 8th grade 39 newspapers in the area. Usual benefits package, salary commensurate with qualifications. 1st gr. 28 9th grade 42 ['xr 2nd gr. 38 10th grade 40 Send resumes, samples, and references to 3rd gr. 30 l lth grade 49 ic:;tUl Imiller@ncppub.c0m or 4th gr. 37 12th grade 49 5th gr. 36 Total 483 IPre New Century Press, att. Lisa Miller 6th gr. 40 Last year 491 SS P0 Box 28, Rock Rapids, IA 51246 Motion by Maas second- tst All classified ads for non-established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or decep- tive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Lookin_o to do." Agriculture Buildings Shingling, Siding, Windows & Doors, Home Re-modeling, Sheetrock and Garages. 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