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Page Fourteen N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 30, 2013 t 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! announcements small engine repair, pickup 210-1284 or Tim Patava, 210 gallon water tank was and delivery available. 210-1285. stolen! Return and no Prompt reasonable ser ................................... questions will be asked, vice, We have used lawn , garage sales 515-201-7236. mowers. Local honey for 1114 Hunter Dr. Thursday, .................................. sale. 515-975-4348. Jim May 30, 8-5; Friday, May Garage sales will not be Dixon. 31, 8-7; Saturday, June 1, accepted by email. They ................................... 8-4 and Sunday, June 2, 9- must be paid for when the Seamstress can do alter- 3. Lots of boys and girls ad is placed. Deadline for ations, workwith lycrafab- name brand clothing, la- classified ad and payment ric, sequins, beading and dies clothes all sizes, toys, is noon Fridays. custom costumes. Callbooks, DVDs, bookcases, .................................. Lynne at 285-0604. much misc. Something for Norwalk Food Pantry, Io ................................... everyone. Priced to sell. cated at New Life Lutheran Downs Pest Control ................................... Church, 4380 Wakonda And Property 10578 Beardsley St. Fri- Dr., is open every Wednes- Maintenance day, May 31,8-4; Saturday, day from 5to7 p.m. for Io- Spiders, ants, wasps,June 1, 8-noon. Clothes, cal residents, roaches, bed bug treat- books, wooden high chair, ................................... ments, termite work. We many household items. wanted also offer property mainte ................................... Someone to iron dress/ nance such as debris re- 1115 Skylane Dr. Friday, sport shirts. Call 515-202- moval, mold testing, snow May 31 and Saturday, June 4164. and lawn care, demo work 1,9 a.m.-5 p.m. Some an- ................................... and roofing. 515-309-2089, tiques, clothes, shoes, re- for sale www.downspestcontrol.com, cliner, wooden chairs, 7' x 11'tilt bed trailer, $130. " ................................. power washer, lots to see, 515-201-7236. Stonefield Home including household items. Services .... :: ............................ Wade Smith, 515-490- Avon Representative, Sandy Brenizer, 515-238- 6718 or dynomaids @ aol.com. Norwalk-Lake- wood area. for rent 3 BR townhouse in Norwalk $850 per me. + deposit. Available July 1. 515-473-1561. ........... ;, ...................... 608 Knoll Dr., Norwalk, brick 4-plex, 2 BR, hard- wood floors, heat, water, sewer, garbage paid. To see call 515-221-9300 or 314-1551. Apartment for rent, 2 BR, 1 bath, central air, balcony, no pets. Smoke free build- ing and ground, $605, 490- 9691. 1329 Sunset Dr., Norwalk, 1st floor, offices, $725/mo. Call Larry 681-6310. .................................. services Raise & Level your exist- ing concrete with polyure- thane. Polyraise LLC. 515- 421-8091. Glen Morris Lawn Care Fertilizing, weed control, mowing, trimming, side- walk edging, Spring/Fall clean-up, shrub trimming, snow removal, caulking sidewalks/driveway cracks. Free estimates, fully in- sured, personalized ser- vice, 515-208-4398. 1946, electrical, plumbing, repair. Clean Cut Tree Service (NAPSN-Clark+Kensing- Removals, trimming, ton paint and primer delivers a smooth, professional finish stump grinding, brush and provides superior stain cleanup, fully equippedresistance that saves home- and insured. Free consul- owners time and money, tations, 981-0511. Available exclusively at Ace Hardware, it is offered in 120 ": ................................ colors. For painting advice, Fireplace visit a locaIAoe Hardware store Chimney Servicing or www.aceh rdware.com. Annual servicing of your chimney system keeps your family safe and your home in good repair. We offer inspections, cleaning, repairs, product sales, re- lining, tuck-pointing and more. Call Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning Across America, leaks ac- Tim Mineart count for over a trillion gal- 689-9077 Ions of water wasted each year. The next time you .................................. replace a faucet, look for the Patava Concrete WaterSense label, which sig- Taking orders for tearouts, nifies a product uses less patios, replacement, new water and performs well. For information about finding and construction, driveways, fLxing leaks, visit www.epa. garage slabs. FREE ESTI- gov/watersense. MATES. Call Matt Palen, In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES ~ SERVICE -- REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL Affordable Lawn Care in Norwalk, mowing, aera- tion, fertilizing, weed con- trol, seeding. Call Mike, 515-321-8420. Garden tilling, honest, rea- sonable, reliable. Also, handyman jobs by retired carpenter. 981-0133. C=: 0 Qi1rt Higher Power quartet has been gracing fans and blessing audiences for over 16 years and are known for their high energy and humorous yet touching concerts. Higher Power sings gospel, southern gospel, progressive gospel, and contemporary music in its concerts. .H~Y6BYPN~ F EL LOW S HI P Childcare provided through age 5. : Nutrition News And Notes Cool Facts About Frozen Foods (NAPS)--Here's cool news for when you want to make a nutritious meal 'fast: The Food and Drug Admini- stration says there's virtu- ally no nutritional difference between fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, ex- plains Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert. A well-known food industry expert, Lempert holds the reputation as the premier forecaster of con- sumer behavior within the world of foe& Lempert reports that frozen fruits and veg- etables are typically har- vested and flash frozen, leav- ing them more nutrient dense than their fresh fruit and veg- etable counterparts, which can spend as much as half of their peak freshness period in distribution. The ~y Truth More good news: Many of the ideas people maintain about frozen food are merely myths. Here's a look at a few--and at the facts: Myth: Frozen meals are heavily processed and not made with real ingredients. Truth: Frozen meals can give families access to real, high-quality ingredients year- round. These meals start with simple and fresh-tast- ing ingredients including al dente pastas, crisp vegeta- bles and tender meats. Myth: Frozen meals are not good for people watching their weight or trying to eat healthy. Truth: Frozen meals pro- vide built-in portion control and are a tasty alternative to meal replacementg such as bars and shakes. For example, you can find com- fort food classics that taste like the real thing, often with fewer calories. Frozen meals are a great alternative when you don't have time to cook. Myth; Frozen foods are tasteless and uninspired. Truth: There are many chef-created options with frozen meals, such as a Top Chef Chicken Margherita with Balsamic, made with tender chicken, al dente pasta and masted garlic from Healthy Choice, one of the pioneers of delicious, health- minded food. It's simple food made from only the best ingredients including crunchy apples, crisp veg- etables, tender meats and pasta. These meals contain healthy alternatives that taste delicious: olive oil instead of butter; slow-sim- mered sauces instead of heavy cream; a splash of red wine for a punch of flavor instead of added salt. Another option can be a hearty pet pie filled with ten- der meat and savory veg- etables from Marie Cal- lender's, whose great-tasting dishes are always made from quality ingredients. Personalize Your Frozen Meal Frozen meals are an inex- pensive and convenient solu- tion to make meals taste like they are made from scratch. Not only that, frozen meals can be customized by adding ingredients or sides. The chefs at ConAgra Foods sug- gest adding sun-dried toma- toes to Marie Catlender's Chicken & Broccoli Alfredo Bake for complementary fla- vor. If you're looking to kick up the heat, top Healthy Choice Chicken Enchilada Bake with a sliced jalapefio. Expert's Opinion Whether you have a taste for international fare such as Portabella Parmesan Risotto or an everyday favorite such as Macaroni and Cheese, the chefs at ConAgra Foods--who create single-serve and multiserve frozen entr~es for Healthy Choice, Marie Callender's, Bertolli and P.F. Chang's Home Menu meals--can pro- vide what you want. No mat- ter your mood, craving or preference, there are many options with frozen meals. "Fewer meals are made from scratch these days com- pared to a generation ago and many Americans are spending less time in the kitchen," ConAgra Foods Spokesperson Lempert added. There is a myth that home cooked is always more nutritious than frozen but many frozen foods are por- tion controlled, start with fresh-tasting ingredients and have saturated fat and sodium levels that are much the same as their home- cooked counterparts, if not lower." Therefore, you can feel free to feed your family frozen meals, knowing they're wholesome as well as quick and easy to prepare. Learn More Visit www.supermarket guru.corn to see how Healthy Choice and Marie Callender's are helping to imagine what the future of the frozen food aisle could look like.