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Thursday, February 8, 2018 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven Announcements Norwalk Food Pantry hours are 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday. Pantry is located at New Life Lutheran Church. Services 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 Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! Glen Morris Lawn Care Personalized Service, Fully Insured, Aeration, Mowing/Trimming, Sidewalk Edging, Fertilizing, Spring/Fall Cleanup, Shrub Trimming, Weed Control, Snow Removal, Caulking of Sidewalk/Driveway Hate cleaning? Love Cracks. Call 515-208-4398 cleaning? Norwex is the answed Save you time, $, or mgmia@msn.com. and risk of chemicals! Kim Ginkens, Norwex Ind. " Consultant, 515-991- 9821, KimGinkens.norwex .biz. Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, Clean CutTree Service patios, replacement, new Removals, trimming, construction, driveways, stump grinding, brush garage slabs. FREE cleanup, fully equippedESTIMATES. Call Matt and insured. Free Palen, 210-1284, or Tim consultations, 981-0511. Patava, 210-1285. Troy Ohnemus 515-202-1805 Extra copies of the Norwalk paper can be purchased at Casey's, Kum & Go, Git-N-Go, and Fareway. ~llllllllllllllllll~ I : Town and County: I I I I I SUBSCRIPTION FORM I I For Residents of Warren & Polk CountiesI I One Year $18.001 : Senior Citizens I (65 years or older) $15.001 : RepiodkncSuOtti:id:df W.a.r:.e.n $6.00 : For Sale 2007 Dodge Caliber SXT; 1 owner, 105,000 miles; clean. $3200. Call 515- 490-9691. Valentine's Day Classified Ads Would you like to ex- press your love to your valentine in our news- paper? For $2 you can share a short note. Please use the classi- fied form below and drop it off with your payment using the drop slot behind the of- rice. If your ad is in by noon on February 9th, it will run in the Feb- ruary 15th issue. Happy Valentine's Day! It's easy to advertise in N/Warren Town and County News classifieds! Use the form below to compose your ad and mail or drop it by our office before 12:00 p.m. on Fridays. Use an envelope and our door slot after business hours. To keep costs down, classified ads must be paid for in advance. Classified ads are .20 per word with a'$3.50 minimum. Simply count your words (phone number = 1 word) and multiply by 20 . Cards of Thanks and "Happy" notes are $2.00. Classified ads MUST be paid in full before they will run. PLEASE PRINT PLEASE INCLUDE PAYMENT Name Address Phone We reserve the right to accept or refuse all advertising. "Publisher reserves the right to cancel an advertisement at any time" I I I I New Renewal Cancel ] ] I ] I Name I I I I Addres | I I I I I I I Mail or drop off to: | I I I N/Warren Town and County News | I 1122 Main Street, Suite 1 I I P.O. Box 325 I | Norwalk, IA 50211 | I I IL 1 ll lli i l l 1 l lll l 1 I --II i Need to Get Out More By Dorothy Rosby I have a cat and I have a canary and watching them is more entertaining than working on a column and possibly more entertaining than reading one as well. But this morning, after spending a fair amount of time sitting at my computer watching my pets instead of writing, I had the following brilliant insight: I need to get out more. I need to travel, see the world, and experience new things. My pets don't travel much, nor do I want them to, but their sheltered existence gives them a skewed view of the world, and maybe mine does too - the way a fish in a fishbowl thinks the ocean is tiny and has a glass wall all the way around it. Mr. Tweeters - he's the canary; you probably guessed that - has lived in a cage his whole life. And for most of that time, the cage has been in the same bay window in my office. I bet he thinks this room is the entire world, though he's never actually said so. And from his viewpoint, it's a jungle out there. On one side of his cage is a window that, I admit, could be washed more often. On the other side, there's stacks of office clutter. The sun rises and sets at different times every day. It depends on what time I get around to putting the blanket on the cage for the night and removing it the next morning. As far as my canary knows, other creatures are fairly benign, though they can't sing worth a darn. But then, he hasn't seen- or heard- many creatures. Mostly he sees the cat lounging on top of the bird cage and me sitting here by the computer muttering. Despite the fact that he's just inches away from a predator, Tweeters goes about his business, unconcerned. It's like if I trusted lions just because I've never been attacked at a zoo. The cat has traveled a bit more than the bird, but he hasn't really enjoyed it. Once when he was a kitten, he tried to travel out of the garage at the precise moment the door was coming down. He wasn't hurt, but he decided then and there that he doesn't care for travel, at least via the garage. That's like if I were to give up flying after surviving a plane crash, which come to think of it, I probably would. My husband and I reinforce the cat's travel fears by occasionally forcing him into the car and taking him to the vet's office. That is never a pleasant experience for him, and he has a way of making it pretty unpleasant for us too. As far as the cat knows, the world is a violent and frightening place, at least when you leave through the garage. He's content to stay in his little neighborhood - my house - where everyone loves him, the temperature is always between 68 and 72, and there's a treat jar. If my pets ever bolted out the back door and took off exploring on their own, they'd soon learn that both temperatures and food supplies vary widely. And they'd discover that some creatures are dangerous, and that many sing better than the one sitting at the computer every day. Yes, these are the things I think about when I tell my family not to disturb me because I'm working. I told you I need to get out more. Dorothy Rosby is the author of several humor books, including I Used to Think I Was Not That Bad and Then I Got to Know Me Better. Contact drosby@rushmore.com. New construction Driveways Sidewalks Tear out & replacement Commercial & Residential (515) 240-3523 marlin@concrete-pg .corn