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Thursday, September 7, 2017 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven 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! thank you nished. $1,000 per month. Glen Morris Lawn Care Many thanks to the Korean Ca11515-202-4184. Personalized Service, War Veteran and the lady .................................. Fully Insured, Aeration, with the leaf rake who un- services Mowing/Trimming, Side- tangled the flag on the pole Hate cleaning? Love walk Edging, Fertilizing, uptownat Main Streetand cleaning? Norwex is the Spring/Fall Cleanup, North Avenue aweekago answer! Save you time, $, Shrub Trimming, Weed - This is our flag! Hold it and risk of chemicals! Kim Control, Snow Removal, dear! "God Bless America" Ginkens, Norwexlnd.Con- Caulking of Sidewalk/ .................................. sultant, 515-991-9821, Driveway Cracks. Cal1515- announcements KimGinkens.norwex.biz. 208-4398 or mgmia New hours - Norwalk ................................. @raSh.COm. Food Pantry as of Jan. 11, Fireplace Chimney .................................. 2017 - hours will be 4:30 Servicing Clean CutTree Service to 6:30 p.m. each Wednes- Annual servicing of your Removals, trimming, day. chimney system keeps stump grinding, brush .................................. your family safe and your cleanup, fully equipped wanted home in good repair. We and insured. Free consul- Someone needed to take offer inspections, cleaning, tations, 981-0511. ................................. wallpaper off walls at my repairs, product sales, re- Patava Concrete home. 515-202-4164. lining, tuck-pointing and more. Call Taking orders for tearouts, .................................. house for rent Climbing Boys patios, replacement, new Acreage 3 bed ranch. Chimney Cleaning construction, driveways, Tim Mineart garage slabs. FREE ESTI- Stove and refrigerator fur- 689-9077 MATES. Call Matt Palen, 210-1284, or Tim Patava, 210-1285. f O 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". Hy-Vee Accepting Donations for Victims of Hurricane Harvey Hy-Vee, Inc. will be accepting customers' donations for those affected by Hur- ricane Harvey. Hy-Vee will match all donations received through September 30th, up to $100,000. Funds will be provided to the American Red Cross to help with relief efforts, including supporting volunteer efforts, opening shelters, and providing meals and other supplies. "No matter where we are from, we all stand with the people Of Texas im- pacted by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey," said Randy Edeker; Chairman, President and CEO of Hy-Vee. "We look forward to working with customers to bolster relief efforts for this unprecedented and catastrophic event." Hy-Vee customers will have the ability to donate $1 or $5 amounts at the cash register of any Hy-Vee store. Customers will be able to add the amount to their purchase, or donate separately if they are not purchasing groceries. Hy-Vee will match customer and partner donations up to $100,000. In addition, the com- pany will partner with the American Red Cross to distribute the funds. "Due to the generous efforts of Hy-Vee and its customers we can help meet the historic need coming from Texans as the result of Hurricane Harvey," said Leslie Schaffer, regional executive, Iowa Region of American Red Cross. The American Red Cross provides volunteers, shelters and supplies for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. As of Sunday, August 27th, the American Red Cross has mobilized material resources to shelter up to 52,000 individuals and expects to have 4,000 to 5,000 workers on the ground by the end of the week as the weather improves. More than 40 volunteers from the Iowa Region of the American Red Cross have been assigned to Texas. Additionally, they have sent six Emergency Response Vehicles from Des Moines. Understand Safety When Dealing With Hydrogen Sulfide Many people once believed that eggplant could cause fever, epilepsy and insan- ity. These notions are often attributed to Sir John Man- deeBle, a 14th century traveler, who also told tales of meeting mermaids and monsters in his many journeys. By Daniel Andersen The risks of hydrogen sulfide in swine opera- tions have been known for years, but beef opera- tors also need to be aware of the dangers this gas can pose. Increasing this awareness led Dan Andersen, Assistant Pro- fessor and Agricultural Engineering Specialist with Iowa State Univer- sity Extension and Out- reach, to create a series of four publications that provide information and resources to help farmers stay safe when working with manure. "One breath of hydro- gen sulfide at 500 parts rlllll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SUBSCRIPTION FORM For Residents of Warren & Polk Counties One Year .................................................. $18.00 Senior Citizens (65 years or older) ..................................... $15.00 m mm m m m m m mm mll~ I I and County' I I I I I I I I I I I I Residents Outside of Warren & Polk Counties add ................................... $6.00 New Renewal Cancel Name Addres I I I I I I I I I I Mail or drop off to: I I IN/Warren Town and County News I I 1122 Main Street, Suite 1 I I P.O. Box 325 I I Norwalk, IA 50211 I I I n m m m m m m m m mJ per million is enough tohas minimal loss of hy- render someone uncon- drogen sulfide," said scious almost immedi- Andersen. "These levels ately," Andersen said. of hydrogen sulfide are "Once you realize the gas typically not hazardous. is a problem it's usually But when the manure is too late. Hydrogen sul- agitated and the crust is fide gas smells at 1-2 disrupted, hydrogen sul- ppm, but levels above fide levels can elevate that knocks out your abil- quickly." ity to smell, so our natu- The final two publica- ral detection system goes tions in the series focus away." on barn ventilation for Information about the both cattle and swine fa- importance of monitoring cilities. "Hydrogen Sul- for hydrogen sulfide and fide Safety- Barn Venti- the types of monitors lation at Cattle Facili- available for purchase is ties" (AE 3605) and "Hy- available in publication drogen Sulfide Safety - AE 3603, "Hydrogen Sul- Swine Barn Ventilation" fide Safety - Monitor- (AE 3606) discuss howto ing Monitors are avail- set up a ventilation strat- able from ISU Extension egy when working with and Outreach agricul- manure. tural engineering spe- "The most important cialists who have several thing to do is to try to models for farmers to maximize airflow," test. Andersen said. "When "Personal protection agitating there should be meters are a low cost in- at least a 10 mile per vestment, usually hour breeze and fans can around $200, that willbe set up to bring in ad- notify you if gas is dit]onalair." present," he said. "These Proper positioning can instruments can be taken also help minimize risks anywhere and are always of exposure to gas. monitoring the air." "Think about where The secondpublication you are setting up," in the series, "Hydrogen Andersen said. "Don't Sulfide Safety - Manure stand downwind from Agitation" (AE 3604), dis- the barn if at all pos- cusses how to stay safe sible." when agitating manure.All publications can be 'WIanure that is stag-found online at https;// nant and sitting around store.extensiorLiastate.edu/ clip and save Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministration 981-0676 High School (Grades 10-12) 981-4201 High School Activities 981-4204 Eastview 8/9 School 981-9655 Middle 6/7 School 981-0435 Lakewood Elementary (Grades 3-5) 981-1850 Oviatt Elementary (Grades PreK-2) 981-1005 Transportation Office (Bus Barn) 981-0016 Food Service/Nutrition Office 981-9876 Building & Grounds Office 981-0917