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Phone 274-6136 or 859-2187 Classified Rates Up to 18 words - $2.50 8 cents per word after Run ad two weeks, get the third week FREE! SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Weetbrook, MN - Wednesday, September 4, 1991 ;IFIED ADVERTISING are based on payment end of the month in which the ad was All advertising be paid for by the 27th of the month or a 50 cent charge will be added. additional 50 cents will be for each month that bill is delinquent. Not dble for errors in ads over the telephone. ;IFIED AD DEADLINE a.m. Tuesday morning RATES up to 18 words - $2.50 8 cents per word after or 50 cents per line. SPECIAL Run ad two weeks, get third week FREE! NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first 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 deceptive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate all "Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. FOR SALE--Like new love seat. Rust floral print. 859-2537 after %50, 51, 52x )R SALE-- Floor scrubber/ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Conservation, and Farley Gram& COT'IDNWOOD COUNTY, MN County Assessor, presented infor- [ EmPLOYmEnT] PU[ LIC n0[IC[I JULY 23, 1991 marion regarding soil survey maps The Cottonwood County Board of the county which the Soil Con- of Commissioners met in regular servation Service would like to do session on Tuesday, July 23, 1991in 1993. The total project cost HELP WANTED--The Westbrook at the Courthouse in Windom, estimate is $82,490 and Cotton- Walnut Grove High School is MH. Present were Commissioners wood County would be asked to accepting applications for ALFRED NELSON POST NO 267 Marvin Einertson, Kenneth Elg, contribute $16,000 for the aerial substitute teachers for the t991/92 American Legion Post Meeting -- Frank C. Jungas, Marlowe Nelson photography. Moreau asked for a school year. Please contact the first Tuesday of the month, 8:00and Keith Madson; County Attor- letter of intent from the county high school office in Westbrook for p.m,December, January, ncy L. Douglas Storey; County within six months. No action was more information. S-48, 49, 50x 'February, March dinner meeting Auditor W. R. Mielk ; and Corn- taken. with auxiliary, second Tuesday at missioners' Secretary Joy Storey.The Board instructed Auditor HELP WANTED-- Meat wrapper 6:30 p.m. No meeting July and Chairman Einertson called the Mielke to write a memo to all wanted Apply at Westers Locker, August. S-31tfxmeeting to order at 1:00 p.m. and departments indicating that 1992 Westbrook, 274-5900. called for additional agenda items, budgets should show a 0% increase UM A ] Marlin Larson, County Engi-except for saluries and fringe bene- s 8, 49, 50x R GE ne, er, stated that the MN/DOT As- M fits which have not yet been deter- for milking in modern milking parlor ' sistant District Engineer will be in mined. No experience necessary Phone Cottonwood County on August 13 Walter Schoper, American Le- 507-445-3410 or 507-445-3481. to assess the damage to C.S.A.H.s glen Club, Jeffers, mqnested a S-49,50,51x RUMMAGE SALE --- Walnut 1 and 13 as a result of the heavy, contribution to help finance the Grove- September 7th. 8:00 a.m.- detour traffic. Avenue of Rags at the Jeffers HELP WANTED -- TRACY -- 1:00 p.m 421 Wiggins Street Upon tbe recommendation of Cemetery. The matter was tabled Evening cook, Apply in person. Young gids clothing, baby stroller, Med Club. S-49,50,51x books, adult clothing, much misc. Lanon, ther was a motion by until th August 6 Board Meeting. T-49,50p Nelson, second by Madson, unani- mous vote to award the five mile Schoper also requested that the HELP WANTED--Dependable, mature part-time help wanted in pizza area. Must be willing to work some evenings and weekends. Apply at Lloyds Amoco. S-50, 51, 52x HELP WANTED --- WALNUT GROVE - For 1991/92 school year. 1) Part-time pro-school teacher. 2) Part-time Chapter I classroom student aid. Approximately 20 hours a week. Send application or contact Supenntendent of Schools, Walnut Grove Public School. 507- 859-2441. S-50x shoulder widening project county provide signs along county RUMMAGE SALE--.Storden - 238 on CS.A.H. 7 to Mathiowetz Con- roads advertising the Jeffen Petrog- Sorenson Street, phone 445-3340, Saturday, September 7, 1 - 5 p.m. sttuction of Sleepy Eye for a tolal lyphs. Commissioner Elg will see ff and Sunday, September 8, 9 a.m. - bid of $528,017.95. the Highway Department will be will- 4 p.m. House and garden plants, The Department of Admirdstra- ing to put up signs. large size clothing, baseball cards, t.ion re4uested the extension of a Judge Bruce E Gross and Court Administrator Verna M. Jans rtmt with ceramics, glassware, gold carpet, lease whereby MN/IX~ rents much misc. S-50x space in the county's highway Ai]rlouricEmErlT.r ,lisher, 2 girl's bikes Call 274- 36 days or 274-6558. S-43tfp AUCTIONEER: Licensed and WORK WANTED--Wall covering OPEN HOUSE -- Walnut Grove - bonded. Harold E. Cooper. Phone specialist, carpentry, installations Bridal shower for Julia Knakmuhs, SALE--1970 Chev 3/4 ton 629-4728, Tracy, MN S-tfx and repairs. Call 859-2643, if no bride-to-be of Roger Paluch, 3. Good rubber, new brakes ~ answer call 859~2428. Saturday, September 7, at 2:00 )attery. 1977 Yamaha 400 T-48, 49, 50x p.m. at St. Paul's Catholic Church. cycle, 13,000 miles. Must sell. CEMENT WORK: Complete S-49,50x 300. %48, 49, 50p basement and fireplaces, Phone 723-6661. Och's Masonry nurse, bachelor degree preferred, SALE --- Lennox eleptric Construction. S-30ff to do screening of young children shower for Mia Cisek, bride-to-be of d air furnace, excellent lion - $275 00 - Lon Seeger, ~ ~ three days per week in Cottonwood Paul Anders,n, Saturday, and Jackson Counties. Training September 14, 2 p.m. at Our 74-5502 home; 507-274-6101 opening - every age. Lorna provided. Must have valid MN RN Savior's Lutheran Church. S-49,50,51x Anderson, 274-6502. S-49,50,51x license and use of auto. For further S-50, 51p information, call 1-800-622-5207 or building in Storden at $150 a month. Motion by Madson, second by Nelsen. unanimous vote to in- crease the rent to $180 a month. The Department will be notified. Lateen reported that Highway q---Connie Ourada - new send resume to Cottonwood- 0FTHAnKY ~tative. I have books Jackson Community Health at my home. Stop in /cE n[0u/Sew=, 503 Fourth St,Jackson, call, 551 Fourth Street, Walnut MN. S-50, 51x 859-2688. T-49, 50, 51x - , SALE--Used Lennox forced HELP WANTED---Part time lab CARD OF THANKS oil furnace, good condition FOUND--Pair of childs loafers, tech needed. Clinic and hospital Thankyouto my many friends for BTU and Magic Air Heater. Can claim at Westbrook Sentinel facilities. Contact Judy Lichty, the memorials and cards sent to S-50, 51,52p office and pay for ad. S-50x Schmidt Memoria| Hospital, me in memory of my sister-in-law, westbrook, 507-274-6121. 11-fix Edna Horning, and also for the prayers and concern shown HELP WANTED --- INSURANCE during my daughter's surgery a~l AGENT, part-time, permanent hospitalization. ~oesition, 20 - 25 hours per week. gin $6/57 an hour. Training provided. License not required to S-50p Enid Faltinson Department Accountant Vera Langland will be retiring on Octo- ber 31. Six bids were received for a 35 ton lowboy mailer for the highway departmenL Larson will check ov- er the bids as to their accuracy and make a recommendation at a fu- ture meeting. Michael Kirchmeier, Solid Waste Office, informed the Board that some of the county's solid wastes have been hauled outside the county for disposal. Therefore, the county has lost this revenue. Future ordinances and licenses will have to be more restrictive to prevent this from happening again. Motion by Madson, second by Neben, unanimous vote to approve a contract with Twin City Testing in the amount of $8,735 for soil borings at the landfiU. Kirclun ier presented two con- tracts with Rieke-Carroll-Muller Associates for continued work on the repermil/ing of the landfill. Motion by Elg, second by Madson, CARD OF THANKS onal " s Applicants must be Many thankstomyrelativesand unanimous vote to approve two organized, outgoing, business and friends for the flowers, gifts and conWacts with R-C-M: one for service oriented. Must type and cards sent to me during my recent preparation of a soil holing work have car available. Could start in surgery and hospitalization. Also plan sB:i hydro work plan at a cost fall 1991. For an application and thank you for your many prayers in of $'7,000;, I1~ seco.d for pr~:)ata- I'r-oons and Kerr job description call: my behalf, tion of an Environmental Assess- S-50p Janet (Faltinson) Opheim ment Worksbeet Lewis & Ochs Lawyers CITIZENS STATEAGENCY $2,800. at a cost of WALNUT GROVE, MN 56180 CARD OF THANKS Attorneys at Law Frank C. Nielsen PH 507-859-2151 We would like to take this There was discussion on R-C- Westbrook Office - Ph. 274-6766 opportunity to thank all who have M's cost estimates for constructing 22210th Street Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Anequal pp rtunityemp-loyerx:5-4ztt been sokind and helped in so new trenches at the landfRL 831-3878 Other days: Tracy Office many ways during Victor's Kitchmeier and the County Engi- Windom, MN 56101 Phone 629-3820 homogoing, neer feel the estimates are 40% to DRIVERS WANTED--Local or longThank you to the ambulance 45% too high. distance- livestock, grain or reefer, drivers, doctors and nurses who Jinl Christensen, Extension Di- Sentinel News, Inc. Call 445-3460. S-50, 51, 52x gave such tender care both in rector, discussed with the Board Optornetrist Publishers & Printers 230 10th Street ~ Westbrook and McKennan the 1992 Memorandum of Agn~ Windom, MN 56101 Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56{83 Hospitals. We are so grateful for Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (507) 274-6136 or will train; also hiring bartenders and the prayers, calls, visits and the ment between the University of -- Phone 831-3478 (507) 274-6137 waitresses. Apply at Dovray Manor food brought to our homes. All of Minnesota Extension Service and Call collect for appointment. Box 398 274-6222 or 274-5142. you have been a great help and Cottonwood County. Motion by Visual Analysis - Diagnosis and Walnut Grove, MN 56180 S-49, 50, 51x encouragement during our t,me of Nelsen, second by El& unanLmous Therapy - Contact Lenses (507) 859-2187 sorrow, vote to approve the Memorandum. Hazel Hanson The County will pay $11,900 for Millie Hanson Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanson Mr. and Mrs.Merlin Hansen Mr and Mrs. LaVerne Bauer S-50p Mr. and Mrs. Duane Knott The Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park spews forth more than 33 million gallons of water each day. each full lime equivalent extension agenL The Board informed Chrb- tensen that the total Extension budget will have to be reduced in 1992. Christensen also presented a let- ter from the U. of M. Extension Service offering a cost-sham ar- rangement for installation of a satellite downlink and distance ed- ucation system for our Extension Agency. No action was taken. Gary Moreau, Soil and Water Butson -- Jacobsen Regardless of Time or Distance Our Service is Available Funeral Service Klasse John Jacobsen Funeral Home Phone 629-4680 -- 859-2161 Walnut Grove, MN 56180 Dial 274-6700 Westbrook Dr. D. J. Dill, D.D.S. Wolf Etter & Co. Dental Surgeon Certifiad Public Accountants Phone 274-5945 Monday, & Friday 632 First Ave Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6171 Westbrook Clinic Men Wed a-Thurs. Westbrook, MN 56183 8 - 12 & 1-5 Cottonwood County Veterinary Clinic 9 people who can start immediately. * High Income * Permanent positions * Full time * No experlence needed Call 507-532-3206 Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 or 763-3467. The Sound that Sollsl Knakmuhs Agency Windom, MN 56101 Phone 631-1473 Doctors: Kuacker, Diemer, Stone, Ling, Eisanmenger, and Curiey Insurance Real Estate Phone 859-2154 Walnut Grove, MN 56180 Almlie Funeral Service John Almlie Citizens State Agency For all your insurance needs Phone 859-2152 Walnut Grove, MN 56180 Body Repair Wheel Alignment Glass Installed RADIOS We have one of the 8outh- west's most modern body shops, with separate paint booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service West r k, MN. ZENITH TELEVISION AND es TV s & Phone 629-4510 Tracy, MN 56175 Charles Lantz Attorney at Law 2617 4th Ave. NE Rochester, MN 55904 (507) 287-0520 Max P. Ohlson Adva.m PSm.J-g Ropnme. ,Uve Ibrnorial Guardian Plan Family Service Life Ins. Co. Westbrook, MN. S07-274-545e or 507-836-6336 Storden, MN. Call Wes at 445-3431 After hours call 445-3465 the Board to discuss the report of the structural engineer as to the s ength of the attic floor A plan to get the Court System's files to the appropri- ate places in the attic will be worked on. December 10 at 5:00 p.m. was as the date for the Truth in "lhxation public mee ng. Sheriff Glen Ward reported that the night patrol at "l lcot County Park is proving to be very successful. The Board approved paying Mr: and Mrs. Lloyd Will each $5 an hour for doing this job. Motion by Nelson, second by Jan- gas, unanimous vote to approve pay- ment of $200 to Paul Steen, Storden, for bacidmeing of Judicial Ditch 28, $455 to Charlie's Backhoe Service, Storden, for backhoeing and fiJl for Judicial Ditch 30, and $250 to Char- lie's Backhoe Service, Storden, for bacUmeing on Judicial Ditch 18. MOtion by Jangas, second by Mad- son, unanimous vote to charge U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service $20 for use of the county's mini van. Motion by Madson, second by Jun- gas, unanimous vote to approve pay- ment of $37.12 to the Pizza Barn. of Windom for lunch for employees who worked during the noon hour on Open House invitations. Motion by Elg, second by Madso unanimous vote to approve payment of $954.66 to the County Attorney's office for expenses. Motion by Einertson, second by Madson, unanimous vote to approve $600 allocation to S.W. MN. Arts and Humanities Council for 1992. Motion by Madson, second by Ei- nertson, unanimous vote to approve $1,617 allocation to Western Com- munity Action, Inc. for the 1992 "Ilfle III Volunteer Transportation Motion by Jungas, second by Mad- son, unanimous vote to approve Sent- ence to Service contract with the Department of Corrections effective from July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1993. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 6:00 p.m. s/Marvin Einertson, Chairman ATrEST: s/W. R. Mielke, County Auditor s/Joy Storey, Recording Secretary Kollmann Monumental Works Inc. At need or pro.need, why not order early and get ahead of the spring busy season and save 20%. CHARLES M. BENSON 859-2374, Walnut Grove, MN. AT On Main Street in Westbxook --- NEW HOURS --- Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m to 9:00 p.m. Saturday 8.'00 a.m. to p.m. Sunday 12:00 noon to 5.'00 p.m. I