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Page Foueen N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 15, 2009 CLASSIFIEDS ] ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the ad at that time. We reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. "Happy Ads" and "Thank You's" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! thank you Thank you for all of the birthday and Christmas greetings and good wishes I received from my former Norwalk area students. I truly appreciated the thoughts. Sincerely, Mary Jane Pray ............................... A big 'q'hank you" to all the people in Norwalk who sent cards or called with best wishes for our 50th Anni- versary. Don and Jane Hascall ............................... The Norwalk Softball League would like to thank the following local busi- nesses and associations: Fareway, Maidrite, McDonalds, Medicap, Mr. Movies, Nail Spa, New Life Lutheran, Norwalk Public Safety Building, Scott's, St. Johns, Super- stars, Villagios and Wendy's Ice Cream. These local businesses and asso- ciations allowed us to ad- vertise our upcoming soft- ball registration dates in their storefront windows. The opportunity to get the word out at these fine es- tablishments was really appreciated. ............................... announcements Looking for Avon products, but don't know where to buy them? Call Marilyn Westfall, your AVON Inde- pendent Sales Representa- tive at 981-4704, E-mail: MWestf7709 @ msn.com. ..................................... wanted Seeking a Norwalk resi- dent to babysit for one Sat- urday per month, esti- mated time 5-9 p.m. If in- terested, call 515-205- 7018 .......... .................. L_: ....... child care Home Daycare has two openings. I am a registered home. Small group, full- time openings, crafts, take walks, play outside, food program, childnet, C.P.R. First Aid. Iowa quality rat- ing system. Looking for a reliable family. I have 21 years of experience. Call Kim 981-1881. ............................... employment Swackhammer Inc. Driver wanted. Local grain hauling, clean MVR, CDL required. Mon-Fri, 8-5.641- 765-4285. .................................... houses for sale 815 South Ave., Norwalk- 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath, well maintained older two sty, 3 3BR, 2 BA, finished base- ment, hot tub on screened deck and large open deck, fenced back yard, huge 2- car garage/shop, over- sized lot. Reduced price $124,900. Call 981-0055. ...................................... for sale acreages Black "Gold" Realty 515-681-6310 Indianola-Big Sky Acres-2 to 7 acre lots, on R-57, 4 miles south of Hwy 92, $38,900 to $76,900. ............................... for rent New NorwalkTown Houses for rent and rent to own. 2- 3 and 4 br., 2 and 3 car gar., many extras, 707-5145. $1,200 to $1,500. ............................... 605 Center St., Norwalk-3 BR, 2-car garage, $1025. 15 Penn-Carlisle, 3BR- $950 with Garage. 938 Herold in Des Moines-lBR with garage-S550. Call Larry Hughes, Black "Gold" Realty, 681-6310. ...................................... Norwalk 2-BR brick 4-plex, heat, water, sewer and gar- bage paid, hardwood floors, newer windows, immediate possession. Call 453-6109 or 221-9300. .................................... "NEW" 3- and 4-bedroom homes. Located close to schools and public pool. Rents range from $1150 to $1250. Different plans to choose. 515-202-2848. ...................................... services Will do residential driveway snow plowing. Call the "Blue Flame BBQ Guy," Ferrall Burgett at 202-2133. ............................... Will do snow removal. Call 515-770-6263. ............................... Hair Productions: A full-ser- vice salon offering mani- cures, pedicures, waxing, and hair cuts for men, women and children. Call Stacy or Bonnie at 981- 0382. ............................... Miller's Professional Paint- ing and Drywall. One call, we do it all, one room or entire house. Drywall, tex- turing, painting, wallpaper. Kenn-51 5-822-2888 or Craig-515-971-2084. ---. .................................. Is your basement put back together yet? I can help you with water proofing base- ments, remodeling includ- ing kitchens and bath- rooms. Call Tod at Perfect "T", 962-9707. ............................... blks to all schools, I $94,900, "won't last long"- I Call 911 see today, 681-6310, Black ! ,- Gold Realty, 961-4045. I Ior ............................... I emergencies ! 926 Sunseto Dr,,Norwalk-J, ........................ Chimneys account for 36% of home heating fires. Fail- ure to clean accounts for 2/3 of those fires. Call me for an inspection and clean- ing today. Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning Tim Mineart CSIA Certified 981-9077 ............................... Rapid Rolloff Dumpsters to Rent, 20-yard, "We deliver to you" 515-370-2590 (Long Distance). ...................................... 1 Small engine repair, pickup and delivery available. Prompt reasonable service. We also have used mow- ers for sale. 981-0014. Jim Dixon. ...................................... Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, patios, replacement, new construction, driveways, garage slabs. FREE ESTI- MATES. Call Matt Palen 210-1284 or Tim Patava 210-1285. ...................................... I Angel Food Ministries l Quality Food At Half the Price! I (all qualify) Through Crossroads Church Norwalk www.2thecrossroads.com 515-287-8580 clip and save Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministration High School (Grades 10-12) High School Activities Eastview 8/9 School Middle 6/7 School Lakewood Elementary (Grades 4-5) Oviatt Elementary (Grades PreK-3) Transportation Office (Bus Barn) Food Service/Nutrition Office Building & Grounds Office 981-0676 981-4201 981-4204 981-9655 981-0435 981-1850 981-1005 981-0016 981-9876 981-0917 Preschool Support Coordinator Wanted 20 hrs/week. Schedule as duties dictate from January - June 30, 2009. This person will provide support for preschool programs in Warren County on quality initiatives, work with community leaders, schools and agencies, oversee the Empowerment preschool scholarship program and link preschools to the services needed at their site. Early childhood education or experience required. In this job attention to detail and good verbal/written skills are important. Funded by Warren County Empowerment. Contact: ISU Extension-Warren County Office 909 East Second, Suite E. Indianola, IA 50125 515-961-6237 www.extension.iastate.edu/warren Applications are due Jan. 16, 2009 or until position is filled. AMEOE Our unique combination of earthmoving and underground utilities expertise, together with our people and our equipment stand ready to work for you. There is a difference in earthmoving and underground utilities. The difference is WRESTLING Concluded from p. 12 Recording pins in the win column for Norwalk were Andy Lawson, Justin Arey, John Cortez, Corbin Haskin, Blair Cooper, Cory Ogle, Ethan Wagner and Tyler Thompson. The second match of the day was against a tough Eddyville Blakesburg team. Nor- walk wins against Eddyville included Zach Miller and Haskin with pins, Reece Sharp and Ogle won by decision and wins by forfeit to Wagner, Shay Huffman, Thompson and Nick Eginoire. Final score was Norwalk 43-- E-B 29. The third match paired the Saydel Eagles against the Warriors. Norwalk defeated the Eagles 58-17. Victorious for the War- riors were Andy Lawson, Justin Arey, Josh Rudolf, Reece Sharp, Blair Cooper and Cory Ogle. Nick Eginoire, Kyle Coates, Lance Pevestorf and Tyler Thompson had forfeits in their weight classes. The fourth match of the day wa, against last year's champions, the Marshalltown Bobcats. This was a tough match weight for weight as Coach Schreck did some moving and shuffling to agitate the competition. Starting at the 125-pound weight class, Kyle Coates lost by decision, at 130 Jus- tin Arey defeated his op- ponent by a pin. Zach Miller at 135 lost by deci- sion. John Cortez lost by fall in the 140-pound bracket. Corbin Haskin recorded a pin in the 145 class to tie the score at 12's. Zach Elliott stepped in at the 152-pound slot and wrestled tough to not give up a pin to a talented Marshalltown opponent. Reece Sharp bumped up to 160 pounds and lost a tough match 7-3. At this point Marshalltown led Norwalk 20-12. Cory Ogle wrestled hard for three periods and recorded a 6- 5 win in a very exciting battle. Ethan Wagner lost by fall at 189. At this time the score was Marshalltown 26, Nor- walk 15. Shay Huffman added six to the Norwalk tallies with a quick pin. Tyler Thompson came from behind to pin his op- ponent in the 2nd period quickly bringing the score to Norwalk's favor 27-26. Nick Eginoire won by for- feit and Zach Cowie was defeated by pin. Norwalk led 33-32 heading in to the final match between Andy Lawson and Marshalltown's Ortiz. - Warrior fans were on their feet as Lawson defeated his opponent by a pin to secure the victory not only of this dual but also the team title for the day. The final dual for Nor- walk was against confer- ence foe, the Knoxville Panthers. The Warriors defeated the Panthers 72- 11. Earning pins for the Warriors were Andy Lawson, John Cortez, Corbin Haskin, Josh Rudolf, Reece Sharp, Lance Pevestorf, Blair Cooper, Cory Ogle, Shay Huffman and Tyler Thompson. Kyle Coates and Justin Arey won by forfeit. (NAt)--Ice cream lovers can find delicious dessert ideas made with Dreyer's/ Edy's Slow Churned Pepper- mint Light Ice Cream, as well as eggnog and pumpkin, at icecream.com. Slow-churned light ice cream has half the fat and a third fewer calories than full-fat ice cream. When substituting canola oil for other oils or solid fat, you will reduce the saturated fat content of baked goods. For recipes, go to the CanolaInfo Web site at www.canolainfo.org. *** California's Sonoma County has a number of deli- cious, well-balanced wines that demonstrate how the region's diversity provides a variety of wines for holiday hogs as pets to get rid of insects and other house pests. . The smailast horse is the Ra ch grows oy 30 inches high.