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1iiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiii1!!i!iii!!i7i!iiii!i!1iiii!1i!!!!!iii7!1i i iii iil i i  i  14 i IYAT 00e00l:i00el TribU00e lassifieds iilit tilitli!itiiiii!ii!t ttt tiilt it ii!iiii!t t t t tiiiiiii To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800 410 1859 Wednesday, July 13,2011 Page 9 For Sale 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. For Sale: Lots - Walnut Grove City Cemetery 12-1ot block on south edge of cemetery. Good location. $1500. Sandy Freethy, 707-592-6649. Garage Sales MOVING SALE! EVERY- THING MUST GO! July 16th, 2011, 9am-5pm. 410 Main Street, Walnut Grove, MN 56180. ITEMS: Snowblower, lawnmower, refrigerator (great for a garage fridge), treadmill, band saw, miter saw. portable workbench, small hand tools, dining room tables/chairs, couches, rocking chairs, small kitchen appliances, dishes, knick- knacks, vases, men's cloth- ing, men's winter boots/ galoshes, women's clothing, clocks, toys, few baby items, box fan, home decorative items, Christmas decorations, artificial Christmas trees. Everything priced to sell! Lots & Acreages For Sale: 307.43 acres, more or less, in Section Six of Dovray Township of Murray County. 229.9 acres of crop- land with an additional 29.6 acres enrolled in CRP. Both private and county tile lines. Call Eugene D. Longstrom, Real Estate Broker, at 1-800- 421-9411. 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 remaming for the owner. Call Eugene D. Longstrom, Real Estate Broker, at 1-800-421- 9411. Rentals WESTBROOK: Pets wel- come! 2-bedroom units now available. Call Linda, 507- 360-8959. www. Iloydma- nagementinc.com. Equal Housing Opportunity provid- er. For Rent: One and two bedroom apartments at Westwood Apts., 801 8th St., REQUEST FOR BIDS The School Board of Independent School District #2898, Westbrook Walnut Grove, County of Cottonwood, Westbrook Minnesota 56183, requests bids for the following bak- ery products for the 2011- 2012 school year beginning August 22, 2011. White sandwich bread Wheat sandwich bread Hamburger buns Hotdog buns White roundtop bread Split top bread French bread All of the above bids are to F.O.B., Westbrook Walnut Gr0ve School, with delivery at least once per week. Address bids to Loy Woelber, Superintendent of Schools, Westbrook Walnut Grove School, PO Box 128, Westbrook MN 56183. Bids are to be opened on July 18, 2011 at 7:00 EM. in the Superintendent's office in the Westbrook Walnut Grove Public School. Failure of bidders to complete bids in all details will justify the Board in rejection of such bids. The Board of Education also reserves the right to waive technicalities and reject any or all bids. Rachel Christians Independent School District #2898 Westbrook, MN 56183 REQUEST FOR BIDS The School Board of Independent School District #2898, Westbrook Walnut Grove, County of Cottonwood, Westbrook Minnesota 56183, requests bids for the following dairy products for the 2011-2012 school year beginning August 22, 2011. White and flavored milk: Homo, 2%, 1%, skim, and chocolate: delivered to the school in 1/2 pint paper car- tons, Orange Juice in individu- al cartons. Cottage Cheese - bulk cartons Ice Cream - plain and flavored individual cartons Chocolate coated ice cream and fudge bars American Cheese - bulk cartons Whip toppings - institu- tional sizes Please bid all above items separately. All bids are to F.O.B., Westbrook Walnut Grove School, with delivery at least twice a week. Address bids to Loy Woelber, Superintendent of Schools, Westbrook Walnut Grove School, PO Box 128, Westbrook MN 56183. Bids are to be opened on July 18, 2011 at 7:00 P.M. in the SuperintendenPs office in the Westbrook Walnut Grove Public School. Failure of bidders to complete bids in all details will justify the Board in rejection of such bids. The Board of Education also reserves the right to waive technicalities and reject any or all bids. Rachel Christians Independent School District #2898 Westbrook, MN 56183 # 187219 S-46x Westbrook City Council Regular Meeting June 6, 2011 The Westbrook City Council met on Monday, June 6, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the city council room. Members present: Mayor Rocky Kolar; council members - John Madson, David Moriarty, Jan Johnson and Digger Phelps Others present: Dan Joel, Lairdie Kells, Alan Wahl, and Dennis Jutting. Mayor Rocky Kolar pre- sided the meeting. Motion by Phelps and seconded by Johnson to approve the minutes from the May 2, 2011 council meeting. Police Chief, Alan Wahl presented no report. Kolar stated that the police and Knakmuhs Agency will be swapping buildings. Kolar stated that he is happy to see a business move onto that block of Main Street. Kells stated that the heat- ers are not working. Joel is waiting for parts to repair the heater. Joel thinks the burner may be shot. Kolar Westbrook. Appliances, heat and garbage removal includ- ed. Call 507-274-5624. For Rent: 2BR, 1 bath. Appliances furnished, water and garbage paid. No smok- ing, no pets. Deposit with garage at Brookview Apts., 850 Adams, Westbrook. Call 507-274-5900. Farm Equipment For Sale: Westfield 10-71 low profile hopper auger. Augered 55,000 bu., one year old. Call 507-360-7463. NEW & USED FEED MIXERS; scale repair, liners, augers, flighting, bearings, chain, etc. www.postequip. com. Post Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Services MCCARTY MOTORS "The Place To Go" for outdoor power equipment. Snapper, Country Clipper, Briggs & Stratton, Kohler, Tecumseh. 712-472-3257, Rock Rapids, IA. DENNY'S SANITATION can take care of all your disposal needs. Commercial, residen- tial, farm pick up, roll off ser- vice and dumpster rentals. Call 712-472-2293. Wanted WANTED: STRAP 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. Steel Buildings Steel Buildings -- huge sav- ings/factory deals! 38x50, 50x96, 63x120 78x135. Misc. sizes and material avail. www.sunwardsteel.com. Source #16A. 605-884-5055. Steel buildings, factory direct! Discounted inventory. 33x39, 42x57, 54x99, 60x156. Misc. material available, www.sun- wardsteel.com. Source # 12J. 800-964-8335. asked ifKells thought it was necessary to have a heater. Kells said with warm days it is not an issue, however you have little kids taking swim- ming lessons in the morn- ing. Joel stated that the new pumps are done and installed, but they are wait- ing for Ron's Electric to do the upgraded wiring. Once the wiring is upgraded the pumps will be operating to the specifications. Kells stated that memberships are up with new members from Storden. Walnut Grove will be offering a bus service to the Westbrook Pool every Tuesday and Thursday. Joel mentioned that he has dis- cussed with Lairdie the importance of testing the pool earlier in the morning so that they can get chemi- cal in and circulated before kids get in the pool. Kolar asked for suggestions as to how they can eliminate the late night phone calls Dan is getting regarding the pool. Joel and Kells both stated that the lifeguards are not allowed to work with the chemicals unless they take the training. Right now it is only Joel and Kells. Kolar suggested that Katie take the training next year. Motion by Phelps and seconded by Madson to approve the Resolution for Westbrook Fireman Relief Association Gambling License. All voted in favor. Motion carded. Lifeguard wages were discussed with no change in the wage increase. Each lifeguard will be granted a $.25 increase each year with WS1 Instructors at a $.50 increase for those hours spent teaching. The council agreed this should be an ongoing matter and not voted on every year. Kolar stated that the City Codes will be read, updated and passed at the July coun- cil meeting. Kolar urged the council members to review the City Codes and to let him know of any changes or concerns. Motion by Phelps and seconded by Madson to approve the Resolution to designate land dollars. Designations have been made to the following: Community Center $35,000; Westbrook Library - $30,000; Westbrook Pool - $15,000 and the remaining amount to the vehicle reserve fund. All voted in favor. Motion carded. Mowing charges were discussed and will remain the same at a rate of $75.00 per mowing. This charge will be assessed to the prop- erty owner's property taxes. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Moriarty to approve the request from Mike Ewy to reclassify his 1.49 acres to Ag/Non- All classified ads for non-established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) NOTICE 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 THANK YOU We wish to thank our kids- Todd, Lisa, Leslie, Mark and our granddaughter for the wonderful 50th Anniversary party they had for us. We also want to thank everyone who brought bars; sent cards and gifts; for Victor Vondracek for the great music; everyone who came and helped us celebrate. It was all greatly appreciated. God Bless. Leonard & Doris 187379 McLaughlin SA d Homestead. Currently the 1.49 acres are listed as rural ADS district and would like it to be classified as Ag/Non- ] Homestead. All voted in i .... W 0 RK / favor. Motion carried. Jutting stated that the Main Street project will start sometime after Fun Days. Kolar asked the council to think about changing the vacation/sick/personal day's benefit to PTO time. We will discuss this further at the July meeting. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to approve the building per- mits for the following: Don Selleck Deck; Dale Wehmeyer - Deck; James Gibson - Utility Shed; Keith Kretsch Utility Shed; Craig Jans - Deck. All voted in favor. Motion carded. Moriarty asked if there could be a place on the building permit that asks for who is doing the construc- tion. Kolar is leaving it up to the city clerk to add a line on the permit asking who will be doing the construc- tion Homeowner, Contractor or Other (Please Specify). Motion by Madson and seconded by Phelps to approve the bills totaling $73,354.42. All Voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Phelps and seconded by Johnson to adjourn the meeting. All voted in favor. Motion car- ried. Rocky Kolar, Mayor Katie Steen, City Clerk # 187220 $46x :LASSIFIED G LAU COA An eye doctor can see things you can't. One in three aduhs over 40 has a vision problem -- and many don't even know it. That's because many vision problems have no warning signs. A n eye doctor can identify serious vision and heakh conditions bdbre you can. For the latest intbr- marion on vision heakh, visit checkyearly.om. A public service message from the Vision Council of America andAARP, 187378 ofGreg aleman , Sunday, July 17, 2011 | St. Anthony's Church I basement, Westbrook 1 2:00 pm They are registered at Kohl's, Sears, Thrifty White. Please bring a favorite recipe to share/ 22894 Murray County Medical Center is currently searching for a qualified Chief Information Officer. This person will be responsible for institutional leadership in all areas of MCMC information systems as well as management of day to day IT operations. Qualified applicants should have a strong background in health information technology with a thorough knowledge of electronic medical records, order entry, single sign on, document knowledge of PSI, HL7, DICOM, 0nBase, and 5QL preferred. This is a full time salaried position with competitive wage and benefits. E0E Application deadline is July 2 201 I. Please complete application which is available at the MCMC Business Office or find it online at murraycountymed.org Contact: 228931 Nancy Andert/HR Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 andertn@murraycountymed.org Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads / Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 fr, .... ' ' / X Walnut Grove, MN / "Q- \\;/ 34th annual outdoor drama based on the life of i Laura Ingalls Wilder July 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 2011 wo% o,,, ee 888-859-3102 Reserved Seats $14.00 walnutgr0ve.0rg  's ` " ', General Admission $12.00 Murray County Medical Center has a part-time position available for a Registered Nurse. We offer flexible hours, competitive wages, and promote continuing educa- tion. Must be willing to work any shift needed and will include 12 hour weekend shifts. As our medical staff is expanding, our need for nursing staff has increased. Come join our friendly, competent nursing staff in a caring and progressive environment. EKE Application deadline is August 1, 2011. Please complete application which is available at the MCMC Business Office or find it online at murraycountym$d.org Contact: We buy aLL makes and models of vintage motorcy- cles. Any Condition, running or not. Cash paid and fast pick-up. CALL US NOW! 228932 Nancy Andert/HR Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 andertn@murraycountymed.org M,I..DiC:t L ,(.:i{N !}R llllllllil]llillllll]i]llllillllllllllllHIIIli[ i,t'],:, I] llTI lll:i!l-:: 1,1;I111i11;,