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(!) To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 ..... i:!i:i!!!!~iiii!ii:iilZ.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!~ili~: ...... .... .~i¸ .iii4!i~iii~:i~iii{i}i!i~!il .... !iiiii!i!i!iiiiiiiii~iiii!i:i ~!iiiii!i~i!ii!!iii!i!ii!iiii!ilili!iiii!i!iii!iiiiiiiiii~ii!i Wednesday, Novemmber 27, 2013 Page 11 ( ST. JOHN'S 201S. County Rd. 5 Springfield CIR('L E OF C. IRIS Check us out! 507-723-3200 EEO/AA St. John's is an intergenerational can]pus supporting our conrmunity from ages 6 weeks to 106. We're more than you may expect! Automotive For Sale ster rentals and now portable ~ [~,~, _~,~,,¢~ ] CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ] • ' C II 712 472 t ::~ ~c~ ~n~=~c / ~ toilet service, a .... / All classified ads for non-established/ McCARTY MOTORS:"The Place For Sale: 1996 Ford Contour, 2293. Ac0meandg0bridal / to Go" for automotive service automatic transmission, power ~ sh0werh0n0ringR0chelle / accounts must be pre-paid (or charged/ and repair. Brakes, A/C, tune- windows, power locks, great McCARTY MOTORS: 'The L00se, bride-t0-be0fC0dy / tO Visa or Mastercard) before running./ Place to Go"for used vehicles. Jarmer, willbehed Not responsible for errors in ads taken/ ups, engine and transmission gas mileage; best offer. Call or Outdoor power eqmpment: £ahlrdav Nnwmh#r~flth ~ repair and replacement. 712- text:605-750-0004, rvi e en in:: ......... ,, ................ / 472-3257. Rentals sales, part~,se c , . g es.fr0m9:30arn tl 11"30 I over the telephone. Lountry uipper, ~napper I : ..... r-'-'-; .... r:-/ NOTE / i For Sale" 1996 Ford Contour, ~ mowers. 712-472-3257. I ~ ~","=72~.~,='"~,°" I IC / cnurcn, wes[or00K. / w,nauw~,aut°matic .......... transmission,puwe, ,u~=,'^-" ...... powergteat mentNO INCOME.. starting,. LIMITS] only...BR apart-.s270/. Wanted R0chelle is the daughter 0f I • mo vet rr,enoly westorooK ~ Dan&LizL00se0f RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your od/ text'gas mdeage;605 750 best0004offer. Call or Apartments," 507-360-8959." SCRAP IRON, VEHICLES, ETC., Lambert0n and C0d isthe | www.Lloyd Managementlnc.WANTED: $180/ton; scale, Im nnnf~ar~d[l:~fl~a .... I offer the first insertion and bring any errorsl t-arm )-qulpment com. Equal Housing un oad ng services on-s te = ..... l tO our attention immediately. CorrectionsI m r Ine coup e s eg'ste e cleanup, roll-off du pste s I ......... I will be cheerfullymode. We are notrespon-] NEW & USED FEED MIXERS; Opportunity Provider. available. PostMetal Recycling, I Ronls, largetan01nrmy I sible for errors beyond the first insertion. IfI scale repair, liners, augers, Serplces Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. White. J you foil to notify us, the publishers liabilityI dighting, bearings, chain, etc. ~ ~ .... DENNY S SANITATION for l is limited to cost of the first insertion of theI, vast Equipment, Rock Valley, ,A, all your d,sposal needs!-ThankYn~_.._.....v_ INVESTIGATE before you invest. The// 712-47~ a~nn Commercial, residential, tarm ad. ~" ..... - pickup, roll-off service, dump- We would like to take this time to thank everyone for Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly/ all of the kindnesses that have been shown to our tam- accept fraudulent or deceptive odvertis-/ ily since John McClellan's death. Thank you to Bernie & PUB ( NOT C Elaine Schlichteforeverythingthatyouhavedonefor ing, Readers ore cautioned to thorough,/ LI I g us.ThankyoutoKirbyCohrsforhelpingattheaccident, ly investigate "Business Opportunity" and/ Thank you to the ambulance crew, Dr. Andy & the emer- / gency staffand to the Sanford Flight crew for doing ev- other___ ads which require an investment. Westbrook 30th from 2-3 p.m. in the erything that you could for John. ---- -------------- AD DEADLINE Ii Walnut Grove eleI en eere was no report Also, thankyoutoPastorBergforallofyourhelpduring 9 a.m. Friday" ] lnoepenoent from Mr. Richards or Mr.the pastdays.ThankyoutoMarianJohnsonforplaying School Theisen District #2898 X. Mr. Woelber's report: Regular Meeting A. Update on Principal October 21, 2013 and teacher evaluation sys- I. Meeting called to order tems. by Chairman Kleven at 7:01 B. FLY updates p.m. C. Planning for an open II. Members present house date for the newly relo- included Kleven, Barron, cated WG fitness center. Helmer and Knakmuhs. D. Upcoming school Members absent includ-board conference in mid ed Maas, Madson and January. Jorgenson. Administration E. Service coop national present included Woelber convention scholarship pro- and Olson. Visitors present gram for Supts. included Tom Merchant.XI. There were no board III. Motion by Helmer,member reports. second by Knakmuhs to XII. Enrollments through approve the minutes ofprevi- mid-October were presented ous meeting. MC 4-0 with K-12 at 403. IV. Motion by Knakmuhs, XIII. No action taken second by Helmer to approve on levy updates and health the agenda with no changes, insurance updates. More to MC 4-0 be presented in November. V. Motion by Helmer, sec- XIV. Motion by and by Barron to approve the Knakmuhs, second by claims, vendor payments and Helmer to approve the annual treasurer report MC 4-0 assurance of compliance with VI. Visitor reports: none. State and Federai4aw prohib- Mr. Woelber gave a few cap- iting discrimination. MC 4-0 ital outlay updates. XV. Motion by Knakmuhs, VII. Old business: Nothing second by Kleven to approve new to report on the FY 14 the annual staff development goals and objectives of board report. MC 4-0 and administration. XVI. Motion Helmer, sec- VIII. Mr. Olson'sreport: and by Barron to approve A. P/T conferences along Carter Ross as JH BBB with whopper feed, flu shot coach. MC 4-0 clinic, carnival and finger- XVII. Resolution printing clinic will be held by Helmer, second by Monday October 28th from Knakmuhs to support and 4-8 p.m. and volunteers are apply for State High School needed! League participation schol- B. Prairie Winds festival arships. Voting in favor October 24th in WG included Barron, Knakmuhs, C. SHIP grant to be KlevenandHelmer. Opposed applied for again out of WG. to Resolution: none. The WG kitchen inspection XVIII. Motion by also went well. Knakmuhs, second by Helmer D. Vision and hearing to approve the submission of screenings to take place the year 3 FLY report to the Wednesday October 23rd in Dept of Education. MC 4-0 WG. XIX. Motion by Helmer, E. Mentor / Mentee every second by Barron to approve other week have been going the updated integration rev- well. enue budget of $55,082 vs. F. Mr. Jenniges is plan- the original $50,000. MC 4-0 ning a reading party in his XX. Meeting adjourned by room on Thursday October Chairman Kleven 31 st. #212402 G. There will be a magic S-14x show on Wednesday October One in ten seniors lives like this. Life belm~ iF..e povem; line is hard. It me'am uot having erou .d) iucome to live on,Aud 3.6 mill*on Amcricam over age 65 live there. Find our what you can do m help. Go to v, and get involved. for the funeral and Karley Deprez for singing. Thank you to the pall bearers and ladies of the church for serving a wonderful dinner. And thank you to Nathan & Christa of the Westbrook Funeral Home for all your help at this difficult time. We also need to thank our wonderful friends and neigh- bors for all the food that was brought to the house, flowers, memorials and for helping with field work. 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Orfor your best coverage reach 79,0 hou llold;:f010niy 7 95 ....... .................................................................... :; Z :::~: ; i :, [; : Z{ : ;:Setttho e smqtHrems:that are cluttering the garage: :, Basement ) word: or ]ess:foroni: ! ,-t now offered at St. John's Circle of Care for RN, LPN, CNA/TMA positions Find out more and apply online at or in person at ,¢ • Sentinel Tribune Tip Linea, • If you see news happening or have • story idea call our News Line. 274-6136 or • 1-800-41 O- 1859 • • Due to staff limitations we may not alway • be able to respond to your tips or ideas. • However we will do our best to give every • • call full regard. • Thank you for your help and consideration. • • • • • • • • • • • • '• Dietary Cook Murray County Medical Center has a part-time with insurance benefits cook position open in the dietary department. This position will cover all shifts including rotating weekends. It is approximately 64 hours every two weeks. FOE Application deadline is December 3,2013. Please complete an application which you will find on line at Contact: NancyAndert/HR Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 URRAY COUNTY Sanford Tracy Medical Center has a Part-Time (24 hours per 2 weeks) Home Health Aide position located IN THE SLAYTON OFFICE. This position includes working rotating weekends and requires a Certified Nursing Assistant certificate. TAKE A LOOK AT FAMILY The emplo)xes of Sanford Health are a family. We are committed to each other and connected to one another. We are accepting of our differences, support one another and celebrate accomplishments• Together• Find family at Sanford HeaLth. Contact information: Becky Foster Human Resource Manager Phone: 507-212-4195 or 507-274-6801 Fax: 507-212-4124 rebecca.foster@ 212212 800-410-1859 Also available, otl our sister publications: Do any 2 papers- 2nd one t/2 price