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Goodhue Elevator

No. 46

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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Elevator No. 46 Wednesday, November 13, 2013 FREE GorGorman'sman's MainMain SStreetreett MeatsMeats
GorGorman'sman's MainMain SStreetreett MeatsMeats Home of the areas largest FULL SERVICE meat department— Pine
GorGorman'sman's
MainMain SStreetreett MeatsMeats
Home of the areas largest FULL SERVICE meat department— Pine Island 507-356-4655
STORE HOURS
U.S.D.A. Boneless
Save $2.00 Lb.
. $ 4 99
November 25
thru December 7
85% Lean
Monday, Nov. 25
Noon-6 p.m.
Top Sirloin Steak
Ground Beef
Lb.
.
$ 69
3
Lb.
Tuesday, Nov. 26
9
a.m.-6 p.m.
Boneless, Skinless
$ 49
Wednesday, Nov. 27
3
9
a.m.-6 p.m.
Lb.
Thursday, Nov. 28
Closed
Friday, Nov. 29
Noon-6 p.m.
8 Varieties Bacon Wrapped Stuffed
Chicken Breast
Chicken Breast
$ 99
5
Saturday, Nov. 30
10 Varieties
Save $1.00
$ 15 99
9
a.m.-4 p.m.
Soup Supreme
Sunday, Dec. 1 Closed
Monday, Dec. 2 thru
Thursday, Dec. 5
11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 6
Each
DELI SPECIALS
Hormel
Save $2.00 Lb.
Save $2.00 Lb.
Homeland
9
a.m.-6 p.m.
CoJack
$ 3 99
Hard
$ 4 99
Saturday, Dec. 7
Cheese
9
a.m.-4 p.m.
Salami
Lb.
Lb.
These prices good Wednesday, November 13 through Tuesday, November 19, 2013.
All 6-24 Oz. Bottles
Everyday Low
Price Pop!
Pepsi Products
Water
$ 3 99
All 12 Pack
Aquafina 24 Pack
Pepsi Products . 3/$ 11 99
$ 4 99
Gorman's Blockbuster Buy Saturday, November 16 Only
85% Lean
Limit 20 Lbs.
Ground
$ 2 99
$ 3 09
Beef
2 Lb. Pkg.
2 Lb. Pkg.
Lb.
Lb.
or more
or less
Prices good thru November 27, 2013.
Please order ahead for best selection.
Jennie-O Frozen
Jennie-O Fresh
Homesmoked
U.S.D.A. Semi-Boneless
Turkey
Turkey
Ham
10-24 Lbs. Average
10-22 Lbs. Average
Please Order Ahead
Save 50¢ Lb.
Prime Rib
Roast
$ 1 19
$ 1 69
$ 2 99
$ 6 49
Lb.
Lb.
Lb.
Lb.
WE FEATURE A FULL SERVICE MEAT DELI
370 Main Street, Zumbrota Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat. 8
370 Main Street, Zumbrota
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Thanksgiving
Advil
Cards
$ 8 95 100 Tablets
Thanksgiving
Tums
Partyware
Extra Strength
96
Tablets
$
3 99
Cold-eeze
Cold Remedy
All 30 % Off
Lozenges
18
Lozenges
Now available!
Silicone Lids
$ 4 49
Seal up the
Extras!
Refresh
Liquigel
Eye Drops
.5 Oz.
Many
$ 7 89
Sizes!
AYR
Mason
Saline
Cranberry
Nasal Gel
Capsules
.5 Oz.
$
2 99
60 Caps
$ 5 49
Neutrogena
Benefiber
Body Lotion
62 Sugar-Free
8.5 Oz.
Servings
Pump
$ 9 89
$
3 95
62 Sugar-Free 8.5 Oz. Servings Pump $ 9 89 $ 3 95 Pharmacy, 732-5311; Toll Free,

Pharmacy, 732-5311; Toll Free, 1-866-732-4163; Emergency, 732-7565; Hallmark Shop, 732-7200

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HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED: Someone to work in Zumbro Falls twice a week and some weekends as a companion to a teenage girl with special needs. Duties may in- clude playing games and personal care. Successful candidate must be cheerful, energetic, kind and understanding. Call 507-753-2695. 46-3cc

HELP WANTED: Dairy farm. Male or female. Full- or part-time 507-753-2765.

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HELP WANTED: Looking for someone to milk part-time on an 80 cow registered

herd in a tie-stall barn. Call 651-380-

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6989.

Riverview Services

has part-time evening or overnight weekend positions available in Wanamingo with adults with DD. Must pass background study, drug test, be 18 or over and have valid driver's license.

Apply at:

Riverview Services

750 Third Ave. Wanamingo, MN 55983

or 507-824-2091

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HELP WANTED

Reliable part-time experienced

Short Order Cook/ Kitchen Helper

to work evenings and some days and weekends. Must be over 18. No Sunday work.

Apply at:

Cathy's Catering

Main Street, Pine Island, or email cathyscatering@bevcomm.net

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DAYCARE

Licensed daycare has openings avail- able. CPR, first aid, food program, fenced yard. Call Lynn at 356-8447. 46-3cc

Licensed Wanamingo daycare with full- time openings for all ages located next to KW Elementary School. Large outside play area. Call Jamie at 651-210-4360.

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Large outside play area. Call Jamie at 651-210-4360. 44-3cc Snow Plow Operators The City of Zumbrota

Snow Plow Operators

The City of Zumbrota is accepting applications for part-time snow plow operators. Applicants must have a valid driver's license, with a clean driving record. Applications will be taken until 10:00 a.m. Friday, November 22, 2013. Applications are available at City Hall, 175 West Avenue, Zumbrota,MN 55992.

until 10:00 a.m. Friday, November 22, 2013. Applications are available at City Hall, 175 West Avenue,

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St. Crispin Living Community Seminary Home AND St. Brigid's at Hi-Park Are currently accepting applications

St. Crispin Living Community Seminary Home AND St. Brigid's at Hi-Park

Are currently accepting applications for:

NARs and LPNs & Home Health Aides

Seminary Home 906 College Avenue, Red Wing, MN 55066 • 651-385-3434

St. Brigid's at Hi-Park 213 Pioneer Road, Red Wing, MN 55066 • 651-388-1234

For a complete listing of open positions, please visit StCrispinLivingCommunity.org

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visit StCrispinLivingCommunity.org S46, S48, S50, S52-1a KW Learning Center and School Age Care serves children ages
visit StCrispinLivingCommunity.org S46, S48, S50, S52-1a KW Learning Center and School Age Care serves children ages

KW Learning Center and School Age Care serves children ages 33 months to grade 5. Open Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-6 p.m. at the KW Elementary School in Wanamingo and the KW Middle School in Kenyon. Flexible calendar. Contact Community Education, 507-789-7016 or find us online at www.kw.k12.mn.us.

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Cougar Care & Bright Beginnings offers childcare for children ages 33 months

Family Worship Church

PO Box 141, 81 West 5th Street, Zumbrota, MN 55992 www.fwcl.org 507-732-7438

SUNDAYS 9:30 A.M.:

Resurrection of Christ and Our Resurrection WEDNESDAYS 7 P.M.:

Healing Belongs to Us

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through school age. Hours are 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. year round. Located in ZM Early Education Center, 507-732-4650.

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Jason Arendt is turning 40! Help him celebrate Saturday, November 16 8 p.m.-close at Dar's
Jason Arendt
is turning 40!
Help him celebrate
Saturday, November 16
8 p.m.-close
at Dar's Pub, Goodhue

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BCCA Annual Deer Hunter's Supper Friday, November 22 5:00 - 8:30 p.m. Bellechester Community Center
BCCA Annual Deer Hunter's Supper
Friday, November 22
5:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Bellechester
Community Center
Adults: $12.00
Kids (ages 5-9): $5.00
Under 5: Free
Turkey, ham, all the trimmings
and homemade pie.
Take outs are available.
Everyone welcome,
not just deer hunters.
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Holiday Vendor SALE

2nd Annual

Saturday, November 16 • 4-7 p.m.

at Covered Bridge Riders Snowmobile Club

Jefferson Drive, Zumbrota Appetizers while supplies last.

Check out local home show vendors for Holiday shopping.

Vendors attending: Scentsy, Jamberry, Demark, MaryKay, Country Gourmet Home, Pure Romance, ThirtyOne, Tastefully Simple, MiaLisia, Norwex, Tupperware, Pampered Chef.

Many cash and carry items, along with ordering availablity for Christmas delivery.

You are invited to the annual

AFTERNOON FOR MEMORIES

Community Memorial and Healing Service

Sunday, November 24, 2 p.m. United Redeemer Lutheran Church 560 West 3rd Street, Zumbrota

If you have lost a loved one to death, recent or long ago, please join us for this service. Bring your family, friends and neighbors. Non-denominational service. Everyone welcome.

• Special music and reflection

• Candle lighting with reading of names

• Conversation, support and refreshments after the service

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Welcome

AMANDA

CARLSON

to our Sales Staff!

Welcome AMANDA CARLSON to our Sales Staff! Call Amanda for your next new or used car

Call Amanda for your next new or used car today! Call Amanda direct at 651-267-4575 acarlson@redwingchev.com

Staff! Call Amanda for your next new or used car today! Call Amanda direct at 651-267-4575

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Schedule Your Holiday Party Today ALL YOU CAN EAT FISH Every Friday • 5-9 p.m.

Schedule Your

Holiday

Party

Today ALL YOU CAN EAT

Schedule Your Holiday Party Today ALL YOU CAN EAT FISH Every Friday • 5-9 p.m. •

FISH

Every Friday • 5-9 p.m. • $10.95

ALL YOU CAN EAT FISH Every Friday • 5-9 p.m. • $10.95 416 3rd Ave NE,
ALL YOU CAN EAT FISH Every Friday • 5-9 p.m. • $10.95 416 3rd Ave NE,

416 3rd Ave NE, Pine Island • Bar & Grill 356-4221 • Pool & Pins 356-4200

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Bar & Grill 356-4221 • Pool & Pins 356-4200 S46-1a Zumbrota-Mazeppa Schools Grades 5-12 presents Thursday,
Bar & Grill 356-4221 • Pool & Pins 356-4200 S46-1a Zumbrota-Mazeppa Schools Grades 5-12 presents Thursday,

Zumbrota-Mazeppa Schools Grades 5-12 presents

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Thursday, November 21 • 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 22 • 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 23 • 7:30 p.m. Sunday, November 24 • 2:00 p.m.

at the Zumbrota-Mazeppa High School Auditorium, Zumbrota

(Doors open 30 minutes before showtime)

TICKETS ON SALE NOW! $7 adults and $5 student for reserved seating.

Tickets will be available at the door for an additonal $1.00 per ticket

Contact Christine Schmitt to reserve tickets at:

christines@zmsch.k12.mn.us or call 507-732-1420 ext. 1023 or 507-363-2440 Ticket sales will benefit future musical productions.

Ticket sales will benefit future musical productions. PINE ISLAND SPORTS BAR AND LIQUOR STORE 107 Main
PINE ISLAND SPORTS BAR AND LIQUOR STORE 107 Main Street South at • 507-356-8810 Check
PINE ISLAND SPORTS BAR
AND LIQUOR STORE
107 Main Street South at • 507-356-8810
Check out our
new website: www.pineislandsportsbar.com

Liquor Store Specials

Leinenkugel

Redd's

Miller Lite

12 Pack

All Varieties

Apple Ale

24 Pack Cans

$11.99

$13.49 Pack

12

$16.99

Busch Light

E&J Brandy

Pumpkin Spice

24 Pack Cans

1.75 L

Liqueur

$8.99

$14.99

$15.99

Barefoot Wine

Dr. McGillicudys

750 ML _

$5.99

All Varieties – Cherry, Menthol, Vanilla, Root Beer, Apple Pie

$15.99

 

$9.99

1.5 L

All Varieties

 
 

Upcoming Events

Friday, November 8

MJ

Entertainment

Friday, November 15

DJ Blair

Friday, November 22

Big Bang Entertainment

Wednesday, November 27

Dynamic

Jams

Thanksgiving Eve

Black Saturday

Dynamic Jams 3 p.m. and Drink Specials

Saturday, November 30

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ZUMBRO SHOPPER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013 • PAGE 3

Befort Salvage & Repair

MAZEPPA, MN

•Auto Repair •We Accept Junk & Repairable Cars, Trucks •Old Farm Machinery & Scrap Metals •Used Autos & Parts Available

507-843-2203 • Mike Befort

507-843-4500 Evenings

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Summertime Fun Picnic Table Rental

Special Events • Reunions • Graduations Weddings • Festivals • Business Functions

Graduations Weddings • Festivals • Business Functions Rob/Deb Westgard 26697 520th St., Pine Island 507-356-4018

Rob/Deb Westgard 26697 520th St., Pine Island

507-356-4018

FREE DELIVERY AND SET-UP

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JMC Property Services

ALL YOUR PROPERTY NEEDS

Including Stump Grinding, Lawn Care, Snow Removal

Joe Coffey

507-259-3193

SEven,NOdd

Your collision repair specialist since 1982. • Working together with you & your insurance company

Your collision repair specialist since 1982.

Working together with you & your insurance company

Free estimates

Professional certified technicians

Complete glass service

Unibody& frame alignment

Custom painting, graphics & lettering

Color match guarantee

Ask about our written warranty

Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

(or by appointment)

Rich Mehrkens

Owner/Goodhue, MN

651-923-4154

about our written warranty Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (or by appointment) Rich Mehrkens Owner/Goodhue, MN 651-923-4154

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CASH–CASH–CASH

WANTED TO BUY

Model A Ford or Model T Ford car or pickup and parts.

Top Prices Paid. Call Bob 507-458-6778

CASH–CASH–CASH

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• Family owned since 1967 •

UNGER'S

SCRAP IRON RECYCLING

WE BUY ALL TYPES OF METALS

• Cars & Trucks

Please always

call before

• Farm Machinery

coming to make

Copper

Aluminum

sure Merlyn

is here to

Stainless Steel

unload you.

Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-Noon

507-732-5628

44825 County 48 Blvd., Zumbrota

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Gift

Cards

Available

Save $$$$ Call 507-208-1395

C a r d s Available Save $$$$ Call 507-208-1395 242 Main Street, Zumbrota 1-800-450-7614 •
C a r d s Available Save $$$$ Call 507-208-1395 242 Main Street, Zumbrota 1-800-450-7614 •
242 Main Street, Zumbrota 1-800-450-7614 • 507-732-7614
242 Main Street, Zumbrota
1-800-450-7614 • 507-732-7614
TATGE JEWELRY 625 2nd Street, Kenyon 507-789-6522

TATGE JEWELRY

625 2nd Street, Kenyon 507-789-6522
625 2nd Street,
Kenyon
507-789-6522

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SWAIN TOYS

47427 180th Avenue, Zumbrota 507-732-7792 • 507-951-1852

Stop by and see our large selection of Farm Toys, NASCAR, Muscle Cars. Many gift ideas for the three year old or the collector in your family.

Friday, November 15 Saturday, November 16 Sunday, November 17

Open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Highway 52 to Zumbrota, exit on Highway 58 West, go past McDonald's and continue south for one mile.

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McDonald's and continue south for one mile. N&S46-1p Fun Festive Floral Design Thursday, November 21 or

Fun Festive Floral Design

Thursday, November 21 or Thursday, December 5 • 6:00-8:00 p.m.

MAKE AND TAKE DESIGN CLASS Spruce Top Pot • Holiday Centerpiece

Be creative, laugh a lot, snack on some goodies and enjoy the night with friends. $40/person

Sign up early at Flowers on Main or email flowersonmain@hcinet.net

early at Flowers on Main or email flowersonmain@hcinet.net 345 South Main Street, Zumbrota • 507/732-5599 Monday

345 South Main Street, Zumbrota • 507/732-5599

Monday - Friday 9-5; Saturday 9-2

• 507/732-5599 Monday - Friday 9-5; Saturday 9-2 S45-2a Food Center 228 West Ave., Zumbrota •
• 507/732-5599 Monday - Friday 9-5; Saturday 9-2 S45-2a Food Center 228 West Ave., Zumbrota •

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Food Center 228 West Ave., Zumbrota • Locally Owned & Operated • Phone 507-732-7329 •
Food Center
228 West Ave., Zumbrota • Locally Owned & Operated • Phone 507-732-7329 • www.hubfoodcenter.com
Supplies are limited to stock on hand. Sorry, No Rainchecks!
TWO DAY MEAT SALE!
Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15 • 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fresh Super Pack 93% Extra Lean
U.S.D.A. Boneless Beef Loin
Extra Large Super Pack New York
Ground Beef
Strip Steaks
$
2 69
$
4 99
Lb.
Lb.
Hormel Bone-In Pork Loin
Hormel Boneless Pork Loin
Extra Large Super Pack
Center Cut Chops
Rib Half Loin $ 1 39
Loin Half Loin $ 1 59
Lb.
$ 2 19
Lb.
Lb.
Wisconsin Deli Colby Longhorn or
CoJack Cheese
Fresh Cut Chicken
$ 29
Mini Horns
40
Lb Box
$
2 69
Leg Quarters
Boneless Breast
$ 62
6 Lbs.
Lb.
Average
40
Lb Box
Wild Caught Alaskan Whole Side
Farmland
Salmon Fillets
Pork Rib-lets
$
5 99
$
Super Buy!
11 99
Lb.
Frozen
10 Lb. Box
Each
Fully Cooked Breaded
Breaded
Pollock Nuggets
Chicken Strips
$
16 99
$
21 99
Each
Frozen
10 Lb. Box
Each
10 Lb. Box
Bone-In Pork Loin
Hickory Hollow Smoked
Center Cut Chops
Sliced Bacon
$
15 99
$ 18 99
Each
Each
10 Lb. Box
Frozen
10 Lb. Box
This Coupon Good Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15 Only.
This Coupon Good Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15 Only.
840
Assorted Varieties No Name
841
Supreme Choice Fully Cooked
Steaks, Chicken
or Salmon
Shrimp
SaveSaveSaveSaveSave
Super
Buy!
2 Lb. Bag
31-40 Count
$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00
$ 11 99
SaveSaveSaveSaveSave
$
99
$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00
18
Super Buy!
20-36 Oz. Box
Limit 4 per coupon. Limit 1 coupon per family.
Valid Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 at Hub Food Center.
Limit 4 per coupon. Limit 1 coupon per family.
Valid Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 at Hub Food Center.
This Coupon Good Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15 Only.
This Coupon Good Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15 Only.
842
Assorted Varieties
Abbyland Natural Casing
843
Midwest Pride Fully Cooked
Wieners
Meatballs
Super Buy!
SaveSaveSaveSaveSave
$ 15 99
$ 9 99
$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00
SaveSaveSaveSaveSave
5 Lb. Bag
5 Lb.
$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00$6.00
Bag
Super Buy!
2 Lb. Bag
Limit 4 per coupon. Limit 1 coupon per family.
Valid Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 at Hub Food Center.
Limit 4 per coupon. Limit 1 coupon per family.
Valid Thursday, Nov. 14 & Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 at Hub Food Center.

710 3rd Ave. Wanamingo

507-824-3322

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WE TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS LIKE FAMILY!

Total Auto & Tire

44490 Highway 52 Blvd., Zumbrota • 507-732-5886

Full Service Repair • Any Make, Any Model

If The Winter Outside Is Frightful Is Your Auto Prepared?

Special Pricing On Winter Tires

Blades & Battery Check, Belts & Hoses Inspection $ 89 99

Winter Prep Special:

Coolant System Flush, Oil Change, Wiper

Winter Prep Special: Coolant System Flush, Oil Change, Wiper $ 1 7 99 2 F R
Winter Prep Special: Coolant System Flush, Oil Change, Wiper $ 1 7 99 2 F R
Winter Prep Special: Coolant System Flush, Oil Change, Wiper $ 1 7 99 2 F R
Winter Prep Special: Coolant System Flush, Oil Change, Wiper $ 1 7 99 2 F R

$ 17 99

2FREE Oil Changes

with purchase of 4 new tires

Includes FREE wheel alignment check.

*Not valid with other offers.

Oil Change

with coupon

*Up to 5 quarts of conventional oil.

*Not valid with other offers.

FOR ALL OF YOUR AUTO, TRUCK AND FARM NEEDS!

DOT Inspections • Tires • Computerized Diagnostics • Engine Repair Heating and Air Conditioning • Brakes • Suspensions Steering • Electrical Systems • Tire Balance • Tire Rotation Alignment • Shocks • Fluids • Much More

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Crossings Holiday Art Fair offers inviting indoor festival atmosphere

ZUMBROTA – Crossings welcomes special guest artists to the gallery and gift shop for the 19th Annual Holiday Art Fair November 22-24. Fourteen special guest artists are participating in two locations during this three-day event. Many clay studio members will have their work on display and for sale. Open hours for the 2013 Fair are Friday, November 22, noon to 7

p.m. (wine tasting starts at 5 p.m.) ; Sat., Nov. 23, 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, November 24, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Many guest artists are taking part in the Fair for the first time; most will be on-hand to talk about their original creations with patrons. Crossings has recently expanded by adding space in an existing store along Zumbrota’s Main Street. Crossings on Main is inside Flower on Main, and at least three Holiday Art Fair artists will be at that location over the same hours as the main store. Refreshments such as hot cider and sweet treats will be served throughout the Art Fair. Browsers will enjoy the warm, welcoming and unhurried atmosphere in both locations! Special guest artists include:

Kelli Brevick creates dolls and pins with fiber art. “I enjoy all the textures and little things that happen when you put textiles together. I use vintage items such as trim, buttons, paper and beads in my jewelry and dolls,” she said. Sheryl Ness (Lillybella Designs) creates jewelry with stones and metals. “The beautiful colors of the sunset, water flowing over rocks, sunflowers, honey, the moon shining in the night sky,” inspire her, she said. “Some of my favorite stones to work with are labradorite, tour- maline, natural opals, moonstone, citrine, iolite, jasper, abalone shells and freshwater pearls.” Amy Brooks (Bubbles by Brooks) makeshandcrafted cold-process soaps, head-to-toe shampoo bars, solid lotions, lip balms, soy candles, bath gels, and gift sets thatinclude ingredients like blueberries and goat milk, lemon poppy seed, sandalwood and avocado. She’ll be at Crossings with her full line. All are totally free from artificial preser- vatives, PEGs, Parabens and coloring. Brooks resides in Rochester. Geralyn Thelan creates fused glass art that can be functional or decorative. “For some reason my stories do not come out in words: but

when I work in glass

two-dimensional pieces, sculptures and installations. Brenna Busse creates mixed media figures from found objects, natural materials and fiber notions. “Wandering and day dreaming are essential parts of my creative process. My wandering eye notices materials and the odd juxtaposition of images that surround my city life and I imagine how all of that could be incorporated into the body of one of my mixed media figures.” Amy Palmer and Matt Palmer (Full Circle Studios) began collabo- rating three years ago, when she had been creating jewelry for 17 years and he had worked in a variety of media. “The creation of unique and fanciful jewelry is the result of our compulsion for salvaging old objects and materials and our shared passion for design and sculp- ture,” they said. Shona Brooks (Eclectic Goat) has created posters and books filled with her doodle art, including two books produced by national children’s toy company Mindware. She uses her doodles in resin jewelry, as well. Her business partner at Eclectic Goat, Suzanne Klumb, also will participate in the Fair. Other artists are: Chris Allen Wickler, creating unique clothing with Shibori and discharge printing methods; Connie Beckers, “The Goddess of Glass,” with fused and stained glass creations; Elsa Jo Ellison with needlefelted figures, Kristen Treuting with lovely and lively painted gourds; Sharon Kilanowski, who creates “tree of life” pendantswithstonesandmetalwire;andSusanPancierawithhandcrafted Argentium sterling silver earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. The November art exhibit also will be on display. It features col- lages that are assembled or digitally manipulated and printed onto canvas, by Kristi Larsen and Jean Haefele, who will be at Crossings Sat., Nov. 9, at 5:30 p.m. for a public reception. Art Fair shoppers on Saturday may choose to stay for the “Pet Sounds” Beach Boys album concert by Collective Unconscious, the band that sets the bar for tribute concerts in Minnesota. The concert is held next door at the Zumbrota State Theatre and starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $32 in advance; $35 day of show. Crossings is located at 320 East Ave. in Zumbrota. Call us at 507- 732-7616. Find out more at www.crossingsatcarnegie.com.

my heart sings to me,” she said. Thelan creates

It’s Beach Boys weather in November at Crossings

ZUMBROTA – With fans calling for a repeat performance, Collec- tive Unconscious are bringing back their tribute to “Pet Sounds” by the Beach Boys. The Central-Minnesota band deliver an album con- cert, faithfully reproducing each “Pet Sounds” song, to the State Theatre on Saturday, November 23, at 7:30 p.m. To create that authentic experience, Collective Unconscious will bring along an 18-piece orchestra, plus guest performers. There’s even a Theremin involved – a Russian-invented electronic musical instrument played without physical contact. It’s used on “Good Vi- brations.” While the Beach Boys started out as a lighthearted surfer rock band, their 1966 album, largely composed by Brian Wilson, was groundbreaking at the time and now is considered a classic. “Pet Sounds” includes songs such as “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “God Only Knows” and “Sloop John B,” and features a complex, intricate and multi-layered sound. Unconventional instruments, experimentation, and layers of vocal harmonies permeate the music. The album repre- sented a move to a psychedelic sound for the band, and marked the emergence of psychedelic rock as a musical style. The Beach Boys have had more than 80 songs chart worldwide; 36 of them were Top 40 hits in the United State, and four of those reached number one on Billboard’s Hot 100. Collective Unconscious are a group of musicians who have a his- tory of making incredible music together, whether it be their own originals or covers. Over the past decade, they have stunned audi- ences throughout Minnesota with their productions of The Beatles’ “Abbey Road,” Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young’s “Déjà vu,” and Simon Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” Fronted by singer-songwriters Jeff Engholm, Nathan Nesje, and Muggsy Lauer, the band are joined – depending on the show – by George Maurer on keys and a multitude of talented area musicians, including members of The Half Steps, The Vees, The Fabulous Arma- dillos and many more. Tickets are $32 in advance; $35 at the door. To reserve tickets, go to www.crossingsatcarnegie.com, call 507-732-7616 or stop in to Crossings at 320 East Avenue in Zumbrota.

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Deer hunting should be good when Minnesota’s firearms hunting season opens Saturday, Nov. 9. That’s the word from the Minnesota Department of Natural Re- sources (DNR), whose biologists report deer populations are stable across much of the state. “Minnesota’s deer population is largely stable in the southern half of the state because of mild winters and generally conservative deer management,” said Leslie McInenly, the DNR’s big game program leader. “Mild winters result in more survival of adults, more fawns being born, and more deer in the state’s fields and forests the follow- ing hunting season.” Winter, which is a significant source of mortality in Minnesota deer, ranged from moderate to severe in northern Minnesota. As a result, permit area designations across most of northern Minnesota are either lottery or hunter choice. Hunters may find farmland conditions more challenging due to this year’s later corn harvest, which results in a substantial amount of standing corn. Last year, Minnesota’s nearly 500,000 deer hunters harvested 186,000 deer. A similar harvest is expected this year. McInenly said deer permit management designations that limit hunters to one, two or five deer largely are the same as last year. The limits reflect the department’s interest in rebuilding or maintaining the deer herd in certain portions of the state by managing the harvest. Based on 2013 population estimates, almost 80 percent of permit areas are at population goal. Antlerless and bonus deer permit avail- ability decreases as overly abundant populations are brought into line with department goals. Minnesota’s deer harvest has varied widely over the past half cen- tury. In a historical context, too many deer were taken during the 1960s, forcing the closure of the deer season in 1971 and a rebuilding of the deer herd from the 1970s through the 1990s. The highest deer harvest occurred in 2003, when 290,000 deer were taken as part of an effort to reduce the deer herd. Today, the DNR manages the deer population based on goals established with public input. “As the state’s deer population has been reduced to meet goals, more consistent and moderate harvests are anticipated,” McInenly said. “That said, population goals in some places were established nearly 10 years ago and the DNR is initiating a public process to revisit goals for permit areas statewide during the next few years.” The DNR will be working with hunters and other stakeholders this winter to evaluate deer population goals for southeastern Minnesota. The firearms deer season concludes Sunday, Nov. 24, in Series 100 permit areas, which cover much of northeastern Minnesota. In Series 300 permit areas, which cover the southeastern corner of the state, the first season ends Sunday, Nov.17, but a late season opens Saturday, Nov. 23, and concludes Sunday, Dec. 1. Firearms season ends Sun- day, Nov. 17, in Series 200 permit areas, which cover the remainder of the state.

Harvested deer can be donated for distribution to food shelves

Deer donated to food shelves can be processed at no cost to hunters thanks to a program coordinated by the Minnesota departments of natural resources and agriculture. Prior to 2007, hunters could donate deer to food shelves but had to pay processing costs. “The venison donation program has multiple benefits,” said Leslie McInenly, big game program leader for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). “In portions of the state, hunters are en- couraged to harvest multiple deer, the program provides hunters an avenue to donate the extra deer they harvest without having to pay processing costs. Demand for food assistance also has been increas-

ing in recent years across Minnesota, and this is a great opportunity to provide locally-sourced meat to families in need.” More details on the venison donation program, as well as a list of participating meat processors, are available online at www.mndnr.gov/ hunting/deer/donation. Processors who accept deer are paid $70 to process each animal for food shelf distribution. Funding for the program comes from surcharges placed on antlerless permits and non-resident hunting licenses. To donate a deer, hunters will need to adhere to the following guidelines:

• Only whole carcasses with the hide on can be donated because

processors will not accept cut and wrapped meat or portions of car- casses.

• Information such as permit area of harvest and the DNR number

will be collected for tracking purposes.

• Processors can only accept carcasses for donation that are free

from signs of illness, free of visible decomposition or contamination and properly identified with a Minnesota DNR registration tag.

• Processors will reject deer for the donation program that appear to

have been mishandled in any way. Hunters are strongly advised to contact the processor prior to donat- ing the deer. A list of processors who accept deer for the program is available online at http://go.usa.gov/WDk3.

the program is available online at http://go.usa.gov/WDk3. DNR license center extends hours for deer opener The

DNR license center extends hours for deer opener

The Information Center and License Center at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) headquarters in St. Paul will work extended hours on open- ing weekend to handle additional phone calls from deer hunters. Phone lines will be open on Fri- day, Nov. 8, until 6:30 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 9, from 8 a.m. to noon. DNR headquarters is located at 500 Lafayette Road in St. Paul. The 2013 Minnesota firearms deer season begins Saturday, Nov. 9. Hunters planning to go out the first weekend are encouraged to buy deer licenses in person be-

cause phone and internet purchases require that site tags be mailed. Delivery of those tags can take three to five business days.

A list of DNR license agents by

county is available online at www.mndnr.gov/licenses/ agents.html#agents. Deer hunters are strongly en- couraged to read the regulations

book, which is available every place licenses are sold or online at www.mndnr.gov/regulations/ hunting. License questions should be directed to the DNR Information Center at info.dnr@state.mn.us,

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Deer: the animal

• Adult female white-tailed deer

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• The biggest white-tailed deer

ever recorded was a 500-pound Minnesota buck.

• A whitetail’s home range is

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• Minnesota’s deer population

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• The average hunter spends five days afield during Minnesota’s firearms deer season.

• Last year’s total deer harvest was 186,000.

• License options allow hunters

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• Hunters can take two-to-five

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• Minnesota has averaged deer

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telephone inquiries, most of them related to the firearms opener. Deer: economics

• Nearly 500,000 deer hunters

in Minnesota.

• Direct retail sales - $234 mil- lion.

•Salaries,wages,businessowner income - $127 million.

• State and local tax revenue - $28 million.

• Number of directly supported jobs – 3,760.

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From Our Files

WANAMINGO

20 Years Ago

November 10, 1993

Glenn and Helen Hoven flew down to Biloxi, Mississippi, on October 28 for a visit with Craig and Lisa Musselman (granddaugh- ter of the Hovens) and their three- year-old daughter Chelsea. *** Andrew Annen, son of John and Becky Annen of Wanamingo, played this past fall in the Roch- ester Youth Football League.

40 Years Ago

November 15, 1973

Mrs. Ida Beaty of Owatonna spent a week in Wanamingo with Pastor and Mrs. John DeBoer. She is a sister-in-law of Pastor DeBoer. *** Callers at the Sophie Thomp- son home Sunday afternoon were Clara Greseth, Mabel Lunde, and Elma Broin.

50 Years Ago

November 14, 1963

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Lee of Madi- son, South Dakota, were Monday visitors at the Andrew Quamme home. *** Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bolmgren of Decorah, Iowa, called on friends in Wanamingo Sunday

afternoon, November 3. *** Mrs. Charles Cardinal and family of Minneapolis visited from Friday until Sunday at the home of her parents,Mr.andMrs.OscarBakko.

70 Years Ago

November 11, 1943

Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Perret and daughters Betty, Edith, and Eunice

were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frank at Rochester. *** Mrs. Walter McKeever of Minneapolis spent the weekend at her home here. *** Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Davidson were visitors Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Opsahl.

Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Opsahl. WANAMINGO, 1973 – Named to

WANAMINGO, 1973 – Named to the Wasioja All-Conference football team from Wanamingo was Mark Myran, left. Dean Baker, center, and Al Johnson, right, were awarded honorable mention.

GOODHUE

20 Years Ago

November 16, 1993

Val(Luhman)Aarsvoldhasbeen nominated to receive the highest degree awarded by the National FFA Organization, the American FFA Degree. *** Members of the 1993-94 story hour classes held a Halloween party at Goodhue El- ementarySchool.Fridaystoryhour studentsareCalebDierks,Amanda Jacobson, Tyler Stehr, and Bran- don Anderson.

40 Years Ago

November 15, 1973

BORN TO: Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Richter, a daughter, on No- vember 9. *** Mr. and Mrs. Bill Layman entertained relatives and friends on Friday evening in honor

of their daughter Rachel’s birth- day. *** Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dankers visited Meta Corleus of rural Lake City on Sunday after- noon.

50 Years Ago November 14, 1963

BORN TO: Rev. and Mrs. Ervin Vomhoff, a son, on November 8. *** Mrs. John Haas and Shirley were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mrs. Mary Redding in Bellechester. *** Mr. and Mrs. Leo Redding visited at the Lawrence Redding home on Sun- day afternoon.

60 Years Ago

November 12, 1953

R.C. Streater and Al Noffke of Minneapolis were Sunday night visitors at the Lyle Prichard resi-

dence. *** Visiting the Walter Ringeisens in Bellechester on Sat- urday and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Biech and Dean and William Biech of Buckley, Illi- nois. *** Spending Monday in Minneapolis were Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Zimmermann.

70 Years Ago November 11, 1943

Sidney Berg spent the weekend with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Callstrom. *** Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diercks and daughtersattendedfuneralservices for Anne Kopplin in Red Wing Sunday afternoon. *** Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Albers were Sun- day afternoon visitors at the John Bolland home.

were Sun- day afternoon visitors at the John Bolland home. GOODHUE, 1973 – Four Wildcat football

GOODHUE, 1973 – Four Wildcat football players named to the Wasioja All-Conference team are Dan O’Connor, Brad Ryan, Jon Roschen, Geoff O’Connor, and honorable mention Bruce Johnson.

PINE ISLAND

10 Years Ago

November 12, 2003

Middle school teacher Brian Cashman’s seventh-graders pre- sented a dog show on November

10. Tyler Banick came dressed as

a dog and was the only one to do

so. *** Lindsay Schacht was hon- ored by the Lions Club as the Stu- dent of the Month.

20 Years Ago

November 10, 1993

Kay Hickey worked her last day

at the pharmacy at the Pine Island

Health Mart. She had worked there for 23 years. *** Twelve FFA members from Pine Island will be attending the National FFA Con- vention in Kansas City, Missouri, November 10-13. They are Matt Weis, Katie Stussy, Shannon Schroeder, Jodie Andrist, Frank Wilson,CherylMiller,EsterAppel, Dawn Rucker, Todd Henry, Erin Weis, Mike O’Brien, and Bill

Krause. 30 Years Ago November 16, 1983

Football leadership was passed on from 1983 co-captains Gary Anderson and Jon Sanborn to 1984 co-captains Randy Urdahl and Mark Braaten at the awards cer- emony Monday evening. *** Alex Dietz of the University of Minne- sota and his friend Brent Parrish of Concordia College had dinner on Sunday with Alex’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Don Dietz.

40 Years Ago

November 15, 1973

Jon Cowden, Carle Murray, and Jim Sugrue made the all-confer- encefootballteam.PaulStofferahn and Mark Trelstad were named

honorable mention. *** Airman Marcia L. Hubbard, daughter of Mrs. Margie J. Hubbard, has been assigned to Chanute AFB, Illinois, after completing Air Force basic training. *** Mr. and Mrs. Glennes OlsonandMr.andMrs.LynnBarth

had dinner in Racine on Sunday.

50 Years Ago

November 14, 1963

Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Ronningen spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Spurback at Rochester. ***

Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Weckerling visited Wm. Platt at the Zumbrota Hospital on Sunday. *** Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Kling of Austin visited his mother, Mrs. Wm. Kling, on Monday.

60 Years Ago November 12, 1953

BORN TO: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rothen, Jr., a son, on November 5. *** Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hilling and daughters Avonelle and Jureene of West Concord were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Morseth. *** Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Flormoe and family have moved to the Fred Glamm residence in the western part of this village.

Fred Glamm residence in the western part of this village. PINE ISLAND, 1973 – Boys receiving

PINE ISLAND, 1973 – Boys receiving their Eagle Scout Awards on Sunday are Bob Dietz, David Allen, and Ken Markham. The total number of Eagle Scouts from Troop 69 is now 20.

ZUMBROTA

10 Years Ago

November 12, 2003

Mike O’Brien from Zumbrota

FordwasawardedhisMasterTech-

nician award by Mr. Dana Voesitel of Ford Motor Company. *** The Zumbrota-Mazeppa FFA Chapter members who attended the Na- tional Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, were Lindsay Schliep, Jacklin Steege, Kyle Harvey, TamaraTomfohrde,MaryTesmer, Amanda Anderson, Elyse Oeltj- enbruns, Kalie Pettit, Jason Kennedy, Anne Mulholland, Amber Dexter, Brandon Lunde, Brent Lexvold, Nikki Heydmann, Katie Mack, Thomas Klevan, Hunter Bacon, Mike Pahl, Greg Siems, Bart Hoven, Mike Rude, Matt Siems and Alex Klindworth.

20 Years Ago

November 10, 1993

On Friday, a dinner was served to 72 people at the Zumbrota Tow- ers in celebration of Senior Din- ing being in existence for 20 years. *** The 1993 Hiawatha Valley League All Conference Honor Choir members from ZMHS are AmberAnderson,BeckyMensing, Sara Miller and Lynn Hoff. *** The 1993 All Conference Honor Band members from ZMHS are Lori Scharpen, Tammy Hanson, Kelsi Olson, Maribeth Mrozek, Brad Prigge, Lisa Holst, Jeff Mey- erhofer and Matt Hennig.

30 Years Ago

November 16, 1983

Marie Flotterud and Shirley Olson spent nine days sightseeing in Europe. They were part of a Trans Global tour which took them to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and France. *** Mrs. John Weis attended a bridal shower for her granddaughter Pam Buck, held at the Jim Buechler home in West Concord. *** Mrs. Helen Kuehn recently visited with Mrs. Marcella Johnson of Lake City. *** Kelly Hovel celebrated his seventh birth- day on Sunday when relatives gathered at the home of his grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hovel.

40 Years Ago

November 15, 1973

Pvt. Jeffrey Roble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roble of Zum- brota, graduated with honors at basic training graduation ceremo- nies at Ft. Leonardwood, Missouri. *** Alvida Loken and Helga Nerison visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson at Vasa on Sunday. *** Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. O.J. Lund were her grandson Mrs. and Mrs. Mark Lund and family of Ames, Iowa. *** Donovan Merseth has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al. I. Merseth, since a week ago Tuesday. Donovan lives in New Jersey.

50 Years Ago November 14, 1963

Mrs. Willis Hinrichs and chil- dren spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Arliegh Zemke of rural Zum-

brota. *** Mr. and Mrs. Norris Fredrickson and family had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Zeller from Norwood. *** Mrs. Arnold Lang of Rochester spent the weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Trelstad. *** Mr. and Mrs. Gene Herman and family of Wayzata visited at the Dennis Herman home on Saturday. *** Mrs. Merlin Trelstad and baby son from Pine Island visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Buck, on Sunday. *** Mr. and Mrs. Vance Bright from Lake City visited Mr. and

Mrs. Walter Post on Sunday.

from Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Post on Sunday. ZUMBROTA, 1963 – The oldest

ZUMBROTA, 1963 – The oldest living graduate of Augsburg College, Edward Dvergedahl, 88, of Zumbrota, receives a 50-year certificate from Oscar A. Anderson, president of the college.

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Directory

ACCOUNTING

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013 Business Directory ACCOUNTING & Company Ltd. Certified Public Accountants TAX
& Company Ltd. Certified Public Accountants TAX ACCOUNTING, PAYROLL AND QUICK BOOK SERVICES, FINANCIAL PLANNING,
& Company Ltd.
Certified Public Accountants
TAX ACCOUNTING, PAYROLL
AND QUICK BOOK SERVICES,
FINANCIAL PLANNING,
INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE
404 MAIN ST., ZUMBROTA
507-732-7800
231 S. Main St., Pine Island • 356-8588
31238 Cty. 24 Blvd., Cannon Falls • 263-9208
Securities offered through 1st Global
Capital Corp. Investment advisory
services offered through 1st Global
Advisors, Inc. Member of NASD, SIPC

APPLIANCE REPAIR

DUANE'S REPAIR SERVICE

Appliance • Power Tool & Small Engine Repair

ZUMBROTA, MN

(507) 732-5173

AUTO BODY

AUTO BODY AND TRIM 220 W. 1st St., Zumbrota (507) 732-5218 835 Tile Dr., Red
AUTO BODY
AND TRIM
220 W. 1st St., Zumbrota
(507) 732-5218
835 Tile Dr., Red Wing
(651) 388-1218

GROVER

AUTO COMPANY

400 Zumbrota Dr., Zumbrota (Just Off U.S. Hwy. 52)

www.groverauto.com

507-732-5194 or

1-800-967-2094

Dealer Lic. #10719

AUTO

BODY

•FREE Estimates • Evening Estimates Available

AUTO REPAIR

ON-CAR COMPUTER REPROGRAMMING AVAILABLE

ON-CAR COMPUTER REPROGRAMMING AVAILABLE

AWARDS

AWARDS BY TATGE • MEDALS • CUPS • PLAQUES • RIBBONS • TROPHIES FOR ALL
AWARDS BY TATGE
• MEDALS • CUPS • PLAQUES
• RIBBONS • TROPHIES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
IN STORE ENGRAVING
LARGE
INVENTORY
TATGE JEWELRY
Kenyon 507-789-6522

CHIROPRACTORS

Global Family Chiropractic "The Power That Made The Body, Heals The Body" Troy Higley, D.C.
Global Family
Chiropractic
"The Power That Made The Body, Heals The Body"
Troy Higley, D.C.
PALMER GRADUATE
507-732-4200 • 404 Main St., Zumbrota

CLEANING

Jeff Ryan 651-380-1646 or 651-923-4825 OtherOtherOtherOtherOther ServicesServicesServicesServicesServices

Jeff Ryan 651-380-1646 or 651-923-4825

OtherOtherOtherOtherOther ServicesServicesServicesServicesServices Include:Include:Include:Include:Include: UpholsteryUpholsteryUpholsteryUpholsteryUpholstery CleaningCleaningCleaningCleaningCleaning ••••• RoofRoofRoofRoofRoof &&&&& GutterGutterGutterGutterGutter CleaningCleaningCleaningCleaningCleaning ••••• PowerPowerPowerPowerPower WashingWashingWashingWashingWashing ••••• ExteriorExteriorExteriorExteriorExterior HomeHomeHomeHomeHome WashingWashingWashingWashingWashing ••••• GeneralGeneralGeneralGeneralGeneral OfficeOfficeOfficeOfficeOffice CleaningCleaningCleaningCleaningCleaning ••••• PostPostPostPostPost ConstructionConstructionConstructionConstructionConstruction Clean-UpClean-UpClean-UpClean-UpClean-Up

We Use Organic Cleaning Supplies.

Guaranteed Quality Services.

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CONCRETE

Brick, Block & Concrete Work Residential - Commercial - Farm Insulated Concrete basements Decorative Concrete
Brick, Block & Concrete Work
Residential - Commercial - Farm
Insulated Concrete basements
Decorative Concrete and Stone
Colored, Stenciled, and Patterned
Ground Thawing and Heating
507-732-5777

CONTRACTORS

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Ace contractors

Remodeling, Additions, Garages, Sunrooms, Porches, Roofing, Complete Interior/Exterior, Remodels Windows and Doors

319 East Ave., Zumbrota

507-288-1221 or 507-732-4025

email: qualitysiding@hcinet.net

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Pole Sheds • Garages • Decks • Roofing
Concrete Work • General Carpentry
CONSTRUCTION INC. Zumbro Falls, MN Phone (507) 753-2389 Authorized Dealer of Walters Buildings Machine Sheds
CONSTRUCTION INC.
Zumbro Falls, MN
Phone (507) 753-2389
Authorized Dealer of
Walters Buildings
Machine Sheds • Grain Storage
Horse Barns
Specialty Buildings
Hog Confinement
Dairy • Commercial
Call for a Free Brochure!

Schumacher Excavating, Inc.

Basements, Footings, Sewer & Water

Certified, Licensed & Bonded for

Septic Tanks & Drain Fields, Site Work, Roads, Soil Conservation Work, Sand, Gravel, Black Dirt, Crushed Rock, Shrubbery Rock

ALLAN
ALLAN

507-732-5043

ZUMBROTA, MN

DENTISTS

David C. Langley, D.D.S. FAMILY DENTISTRY Lower Level of First State Bank 1st Street &
David C. Langley, D.D.S.
FAMILY DENTISTRY
Lower Level of First State Bank
1st Street & MN Hwy. 60
MAZEPPA, MN 55956
(507) 843-5734 • M-TH 9-5
MN Hwy. 60 MAZEPPA, MN 55956 (507) 843-5734 • M-TH 9-5 Nyla Nolden, D.D.S. FAMILY DENTISTRY
Nyla Nolden, D.D.S. FAMILY DENTISTRY 617 1st. Ave. SE Pine Island, Minnesota 507-356-8522 Monday –
Nyla Nolden, D.D.S.
FAMILY DENTISTRY
617 1st. Ave. SE
Pine Island, Minnesota
507-356-8522
Monday – Thursday

DRYWALL FINISHING

C. R. Taping & Texturing

basements, garages, additions, new homes

Chad Horsman

Call For A FREE Estimate

507-732-5663

ELECTRICIANS

651-923-4737 Goodhue
651-923-4737
Goodhue

Fast & Reliable Service for your Business, Home & Farm

& Reliable Service for your Business, Home & Farm FARM EQUIPMENT LINDELL SALES & SERVICE Cannon

FARM EQUIPMENT

LINDELL

SALES & SERVICE

Cannon Falls

651-258-4311 or 651-764-4084

• Houle manure pumps and tanks

• Kuhn Knight manure spreaders and TMR mixers

• Kuhn rakes & mowers

• Schuler TMR mixers

• Poly Dome calf hutches

• Ritchie waterers

and TMR mixers • Kuhn rakes & mowers • Schuler TMR mixers • Poly Dome calf

FLOORING

FLOORING CENTER Including Window Coverings & Area Rugs PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION 1559 South Main, Zumbrota

FLOORING CENTER

FLOORING CENTER Including Window Coverings & Area Rugs PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION 1559 South Main, Zumbrota

Including Window Coverings & Area Rugs

PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION

1559 South Main, Zumbrota

507-732-7345

Family owned since 1972.

PROFESSIONAL FLOORING Erik Flicek, owner erikflicek@hotmail.com • 507-398-5004 Serving Zumbrota & Surrounding
PROFESSIONAL FLOORING
Erik Flicek, owner
erikflicek@hotmail.com • 507-398-5004
Serving Zumbrota & Surrounding Areas
Install, Dust Control, Super Clean
Specializing in refinishing and
installation of hardwood floorring

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refinishing and installation of hardwood floorring S2-tfc ,LLC GARAGE DOORS S33-20A Zumbrota Overhead Door Lang Custom
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and installation of hardwood floorring S2-tfc ,LLC GARAGE DOORS S33-20A Zumbrota Overhead Door Lang Custom
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GARAGE DOORS

installation of hardwood floorring S2-tfc ,LLC GARAGE DOORS S33-20A Zumbrota Overhead Door Lang Custom Structures, Inc.

S33-20A

Zumbrota Overhead Door Lang Custom Structures, Inc.

Two businesses. One purpose: to get the job done! Bob Lang, PO Box 512, Zumbrota

Phone: 507-732-4300 Fax 507-732-4447

email: ZTAdoor@KMWB.net

HEATING

507.732.4777 24 Hour Emergency Service reliableheatingac@gmail.com Aaron Rude John Trelstad

507.732.4777

24 Hour Emergency Service

reliableheatingac@gmail.com

Aaron Rude John Trelstad

Aaron Rude John Trelstad

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INSURANCE

WANAMINGO MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.

209 Main St., Wanamingo

Monday through Friday

507-824-2912

Our agents can also furnish you with a combination Fire, Wind & Liability Policy, also Homeowners, Workmen’s Comp., Inland Marine, Auto and Commercial.

LAWN & GARDEN

Zumbrota Full Service Lawn Care Complete Landscape Design and Install Jake Raasch, Owner 507-208-6450

Zumbrota

Full Service Lawn Care

Complete Landscape Design and Install

Jake Raasch, Owner

507-208-6450

Jim Rutten, owner/operator Full Service Landscaping Inquire about Landscaping with a professional 507-208-1646

Jim Rutten, owner/operator Full Service Landscaping Inquire about Landscaping with a professional

507-208-1646

FULLFULLFULLFULLFULL SERVICESERVICESERVICESERVICESERVICE LANDSCAPINGLANDSCAPINGLANDSCAPINGLANDSCAPINGLANDSCAPING
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Residential and Commercial
Plus Hydro Seeding – Sodding
Finish Grading – Retaining Walls
WANAMINGO
507-824-2021

MEDICAL SERVICES

Allan Clark, MD Penny Louise Flavin, DNP, RN, CNP Karyn Grenz, RN, CNP Jeremy Waldo,
Allan Clark, MD
Penny Louise Flavin, DNP, RN, CNP
Karyn Grenz, RN, CNP
Jeremy Waldo, RN, CNP
DNP, RN, CNP Karyn Grenz, RN, CNP Jeremy Waldo, RN, CNP OPTOMETRIST ZUMBROTA OPTOMETRIC CENTER, P.A.
DNP, RN, CNP Karyn Grenz, RN, CNP Jeremy Waldo, RN, CNP OPTOMETRIST ZUMBROTA OPTOMETRIC CENTER, P.A.

OPTOMETRIST

ZUMBROTA OPTOMETRIC CENTER, P.A.

507-732-5013

Dr. Kevin Kish, Optometrist

Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 8 am-4:30 pm Thurs. & Sat. 8 am - Noon 352 MAIN STREET, ZUMBROTA 55992

ORTHODONTICS

PRASKA

ORTHODONTICS

Charles E. Praska, DDS MS PA

Orthodontics for adults and children, TMJ Disorders, Facial Orthopedics for Non-Surgical and Non-Extraction Treatment

507-288-8844

15 7th Ave. NW, Rochester

PIANO TUNING

MIKE’S PIANO TUNING & REPAIR

Mike Nadeau, Piano Technician

61533 County Road #7 Mazeppa, MN 55956

507-951-7351 OR 507-258-4668

CARD OF THANKS

A sincere thank you to our wonderful

friends, neighbors and all who offered words of kindness and their prayers fol- lowing the death of our husband, father and grandfather, Roy Bradley. We are so grateful for the food brought to the house, the cards, flowers and memori- als given in his honor. A special thank you to the Mark Erickson family for their extraordinary acts of caring and sup-

port. We thank the Zumbrota Ambu- lance crew and the staff at Mary Brigh in Rochester for the wonderful care given. For the professional and personal ser- vices of the Mahn Funeral Home, espe- cially Greg Schmitt, our gratitude for helping us plan the services. Thank you Father Kasel for listening to your guard- ian angel so that you were able to be with Roy/Dad those final prayerful mo- ments. You helped us know that he is at peace with the Lord. For those who participated in the funeral Mass: Father Kasel for his comforting words, Deacon Tschann, the organist/soloist and server, we extend our gratitude. We will long remember the presence of the Knights

of Columbus, the Minnesota State Pa-

trol, Conservation Officers and Dan McBroom for his opening comments, Honor Guard and VFW for honoring the

service one of their own. Thank you CCW ladies of St. Paul’s for serving the wonderful lunch after the funeral. We

are truly overwhelmed by the tremen- dous outpouring of love and support. Gloria Bradley Lynne and Gene Stritesky Scott and Deb Bradley Pat and Bev Bradley Jody and Keith Boraas Kelly and Joanne Bradley Gus and Michaela Bradley 46-1p and their families

Thank you for the flowers, cards, food and kind words expressed to us during the loss of our father and grandfather Leonard Lodermeier. Also, special thanks to the Goodhue Fire Department, Bel- lechester American Legion Honor Guard, Father Kubista, Father Peterson and the church ladies for serving the lunch. It was all greatly appreciated. Gary and Judy Lodermeier families Jen and Bruce Wilson families Dick and Roxanne Lodermeier families Peg and Kevin O’Connor families John and Teresa Lodermeier family Donna and Randy Lott Roger and Bonnie Lodermeier

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THANK YOU

to the ZM School District Residents who Voted YES. You’re support is greatly appreciated.

The Vote Yes Committee sincerely thanks the residents of the Zumbrota-Mazeppa School District. By approving the school referendum you have shown overwhelming support for our students. We are grateful to all of you for educating yourselves and others on the importance of this referendum. With the additionalrevenuewewillcontinuetoprovideourstudentswith the tools and resources necessary for success in their futures. Thank you so very much!

The Vote Yes Committee,

Bretta Damson, Tim & Rachel Eickhoff, Jill Keach, Ben & Jessica Lochner, Peggy Lochner, Tricia Stiller, Todd Stockmo & Brittany Thomforde

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Public Notices

LEGALS

Public Notice

10-9-13

Shomari Carter 834 21st Avenue SE Rochester, MN 55904 Dear Shomari:

This is to inform you that your 1998 red Ford Taurus 581 KWB V.I.N. IFALP52U5WA103409 was towed from Highway 52 and MM 87 by the authority of the State Patrol on 9-28-13. The original tow bill was $128.25, the accumulated storage as of this date is $175. Storage started on October 3. Storage is continuing to accumulate at $25 per day. Would you please advise us to your position in this matter and how you would like to handle the payment of these

charges? At this point the matter will be resolved and the vehicle will be returned to you.

If we do not hear from you within 45

days, we will assume you are not inter- ested in your vehicle and we will get rid of it according to the law under statute

168B.08.

At this time we pursue our legal op- tions to collect the money due to us. If you have any questions, please contact us at 507-732-5613 during the hours of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Lonnie Berg Berg’s Towing & Repair Zumbrota, MN 55992

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Notice of Sale

J & D Self Storage LLC hereby pub-

lishes notice as required by Minnesota Liens on Personal Property in Self-Ser- vice Storage HIST: 1988 c 425 x 1. Titles 514.970-514.979. Sections 1 - 9 of a public sale of property listed below to satisfy a landlord’s lien. The personal property located in the following storage units at J & D Self Storage; 222 E Center Drive, Pine Is- land MN will be sold to cover storage expenses. Public Sale will be held 1:00 p.m. November 23, 2013 at the above address. Customer Unit # Brenny, Joellen 220 Scott Dickover 202/209 Jeremy Gardner 110 Shirley Geise 200 James Graham 612 Scott Martin 226 Melody Palmer 313 Ben Thorson 435 To prevent sales, all past due storage charges must be paid in full prior to sale. Contents include but not limited to household items, furniture, tools, heat- ers, ladders, lawn mower and more.

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Notice of Postponement of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the mortgage foreclosure sale because of the default in that certain mortgage dated June 9, 2004, executed by Steven A. Boyum and Tracy M. Boyum, husband and wife, and Bruce A. Boyum, a single person, as Mortgagors, to Pioneer Bank, as Mortgagee, filed with the Goodhue County Recorder on June 10, 2004, as Document No. A505545 has been post- poned pursuant to Minn. Stat. 580.07. The legal description of the property to be sold is as follows:

The Northwest Quarter (NW1/4 ); the

Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NW1/4 SE1/4); the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (W1/2 SW1/4 SE1/4); the West 15 acres of the South Half of the Northeast Quar- ter of the Southeast Quarter (S1/2 NE1/ 4 SE1/4) and the East Half of the South- west Quarter (E1/2 SW1/4); all in Sec- tion 28, Township 110 North, Range 17 West, Goodhue County, Minnesota. Parcel Identification Number: 44-028-

1300.

Address: N/A. AND That part of Government Lot 11 and Government Lot 12, Section 6, Town- ship 109, Range 17, Goodhue County, Minnesota, described as follows: Begin-

ning at the Southwest corner of the East

25.00 acres of said Government Lot 12;

thence North 89 degrees 36 minutes 02 seconds West (assumed bearing) along

the South line of said Government Lots

12 and 11 a distance of 843.00 feet;

thence North 01 degree 52 minutes 22

seconds East 642.74 feet; thence South

88 degrees 27 minutes 11 seconds East

823.16 feet to the West line of said East

25.00 acres of Government Lot 12; thence

South 00 degrees 04 minutes 53 sec- onds West along said West line of the East 25.00 acres a distance of 626.05 feet to the point of beginning. Contain- ing 12.13 acres, more or less. Subject to public road easement and all other

easements and restrictions of record, if any. Parcel Identification Number: 30-

006-2000.

Address: 6473 County 12 Blvd., Kenyon, MN 55946, and 6487 County

12 Blvd., Kenyon, MN 55946.

That the Sheriff’s Sale had been sched- uled for November 12, 2013, at 11:00 o’clock a.m. THAT THE PROPERTY WILL NOW BE SOLD BY THE SHERIFF OF FARIBAULT COUNTY AT PUBLIC AUC- TION ON THE 8th DAY OF JANUARY, 2014, AT 2:00 O’CLOCK P.M., AT THE GOODHUE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE LOCATED IN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER, 430 WEST SIXTH STREET, IN THE CITY OF RED WING, STATE OF MINNESOTA, to pay the debt then se- cured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements allowed by law, subject to redemption by the mortgagors, their personal representatives or assigns within five (5) weeks from the date of sale. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROP- ERTY: If the real estate is an owner- occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under Section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed under Sec-

tion 580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on February 12, 2014. Dated this 6th day of November, 2013.

/s/ Jeff C. Braegelmann

GISLASON & HUNTER LLP Attorneys for Mortgagee, Pioneer Bank 2700 South Broadway P. O. Box 458 New Ulm, MN 56073-0458 Phone: 507-354-3111 Fax: 507-354-8447

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TOWNSHIPS

Goodhue

Township

Meeting Notice The Goodhue Township Board will

meet on Monday, November 18, 2013

at 7:30 p.m. at the George Raasch home. David Burfeind, Clerk

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GOODHUE

City of Goodhue

Ordinance No. 154 Parking

The City of Goodhue hereby ordains as follows:

1. General Parking Prohibition. No

motor vehicle shall be parked on any

public street for tinuous hours.

2. Winter Parking Restriction. No

motor vehicle shall be parked on

any public street until it is plowed when there is has been an ac-

cumulation of two (2) or more inches of snow. The maintenance department shall determine whether there has been snowfall which re- quired parking restrictions. In ad- dition, there shall be no parking on any public street in the City of Goodhue from the hours of 2 a.m. – 6 a.m. from November 1 through April 1 of each year.

3. Impoundment and Citation. The

City Police is hereby authorized to issue a citation in connection with any motor vehicle parked in vio- lation of the ordinnce. If the ve-

hicle is unoccupied it may be towed to a place of storage for safe keeping or impoundment. The City Police are hereby authorized and empowered to request any private garage or towing service to tow the vehicle.

4. Prohibition on Snow Removal

from Private Property. In addition to

the above restrictions no person shall remove snow from private prop- erty and deposit the same on any public stret or parking lot. Any snow deposited may be removed by the city and the cost of such removal shall be charged to the person in violation of thisordinance. 5. Penalties. Any person who vio- lates the provision shall be guilty of a petty misdemeanor, and the costs of prosecution may be added.

A separate offense shall be deemed

committed upon each day of which the violation occurs or continues. Passed unanimously by the City Council of Goodhue this 8th day of December, 2004. /s/Arland Voth, Mayor /s/Lori Agre, Clerk

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PINE ISLAND

Pine Island ISD 255

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT #255 PINE ISLAND MN 55963 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING OCTOBER 21, 2013 7:00 P.M. HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR ROOM The MEETING WAS CALLED TO OR- DER by Chairperson Leland at 7:02 p.m. MEMBERS PRESENT: Champa, DePestel, Fall, Heiden, Leland, Warneke MEMBERS ABSENT: Szajner COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIRPER- SON: Leland recognized Nicole Mentjes for coordinating the mural in the el- ementary gym. He also mentioned that the football team was the number 1 seed, and they play tomorrow night. Andre Ringle was the Athlete of the Week

on KFAN. Girls’ soccer had a great play- off success losing finally to KM. POINTS OF PANTHER PRIDE:

• Nicole Mentjes organized volun-

teers to paint the mural in the elemen- tary gym over MEA.

• The Pine Island Panther football

team has earned the #1 Seed in the upcoming Section 2AA Football Playoffs.

APPROVE AGENDA: Add long term

sub related to resignation of Hoel under High Student Achievement and add Ap- prove donation from Free the Children International under Collaborative Work Environment. Motion by DePestel, sec- onded by Heiden to approve the amended agenda. Motion carried 6-0. APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA: Mo- tion by Heiden, seconded by Warneke to approve the consent agenda. Motion carried 6-0.

A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

October 3, 2013

B. APPROVAL OF BILLS AND WIRES

Net Wire Transfers $974,495.95 September payroll $378,927.26 Bills 282,026.09 TOTAL $661,853.35

C. OPEN ENROLLMENT TO PINE IS-

LAND Kaden Chim Kdgn from Rochester HIGH STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT A. PRINCIPAL UPDATE: Principal Hansen provided the board with an up- date. The 100 Book Challenge is in

progress now in grades 4-6. Data coaches will check in with teachers on November 4th. October 16th was a professional development day, and the teachers went

to Byron with other ZED districts. They

also worked on PLCs in the afternoon.

PBIS will host their first virtual assembly this month. WE Day was also a huge success. There are several K-8 teachers that will be presenting at TIES this De- cember.

B. STUDENT BOARD REP-WELCOME

AND REPORT: Taylor Schroder will be the junior student school board repre- sentative. She provided the board with a report.

C. TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: Technol-

ogy Director Taylor Bauman provided the board with a summary. Matt Person started today as the workstation sup- port specialist and was productive re-

solving problems right away. NEWA started today for 7th and 8th graders. This was the first time laptops were used. Tech Tips in the announcements have been very helpful. He hopes to have the com- puter lab up and running soon in the portables. Internet capacity issues are being addressed with a new firewall. They are testing it now and would like to purchase it. He has worked with the Region V business manager rep and Supt. Beniak to fund it; it will come out

of the tech budget over the next 3 years.

D. TEACHER RESIGNATION: The res-

ignation of Dena Hoel was effective as of

last Friday. The board thanks her for her service. Motion by DePestel, seconded by Heiden to accept the resignation. Motion carried 6-0.

E. LONG TERM SUB: Supt. Beniak

recommends that Bonnie Tarara replace

Dena Hoel in her kindergarten class- room. Motion by Champa, seconded by Fall to approve Tarara as long term sub

for Hoel. A roll call vote was taken with Champa, DePestel, Fall, Heiden, Leland, and Warneke voting yes. No votes-none. Motion carried 6-0. COLLABORATIVE WORK ENVIRON- MENT

A. FUNDRAISING/BOOSTER CLUB

STUDY: Supt. Beniak is compiling a list

of our fundraising projects and aligning

them with the fundraising policy. They

will discuss it further in the cabinet meeting this week.

B. SATISFACTION SURVEY: This was

out at conferences at the high school

level. The survey is similar to the one in the past in order to be able to measure year to year responses.

C. ACCEPT DONATION: Motion by

DePestel, seconded by Heiden to ac- cept a $500 donation from Free the Children International that covered the transportation cost for WE Day. A roll

call vote was taken with Champa, DePestel, Fall, Heiden, Leland, and Warneke vot- ing yes. No votes-none. Motion carried

6-0.

EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT OPERATIONS

A. FINANCIAL REVIEW AND UPDATE:

Supt. Beniak provided the board with a report.

B. EMPLOYEE VS INDEPENDENT

CONTRACTOR: Supt. Beniak noted that there has been discussion regarding how our event workers are paid. She researched how other districts handle this (for ex- ample, a line judge at a volleyball game).

All are paid through the district, but it is 50-50 regarding whether they are con- sidered district employees. MSBA will have a recommendation soon.

C. FACILITY UPDATE: Leland provided

a summary of the Facility Task Force

Team. Again, there was great participa- tion by the members and lots of enthu- siasm and discussion. Champa noted that 5 meetings have been held, and many went beyond the two-hour com- mitment. There were 30-35 participants. There was a lot of good discussion, and the Task Force gave a couple of options for the board to discuss next Monday, Octo- ber 28th, at 6 p.m. (Retreat will be held in the district conference room.) The

goal of the retreat will be to formulate our plan as a board and find consensus for moving forward. Official action will be taken at the November 18th board

meeting. Beniak noted that the site evalu- ation team is also working on options and will bring them to the retreat.

D. HANDICAP CONSIDERATIONS IN

FIELD AREAS: We recently had a re-

quest for handicap parking for our fields. Sings and designated spaces will be noted by tomorrow night.

E. PETS ON SCHOOL GROUNDS: We

also had a discussion about pets on school grounds. Many districts do not allow pets on school grounds due to

what is ‘left behind’. We are hoping that everyone can take care of their pets so that we don’t have to take that step.

F. MSBA CONFERENCE COMMIT-

MENT: Supt. Beniak will handle the res- ervations for the board.

G. FALL COACHING AMENDMENT:

Supt. Beniak noted that AD Craig Ander- son requested modifications to higher steps for two fall coaches. Fall noted that there is a typo on the second re- quest (Rasmussen). Leland noted that he would want clarification on what the

correct step dollar amount is. Supt. Beniak had an email from Anderson that noted that $1881 is the correct dollar amount

to move from step 1 to step 2. Motion by

Warneke, seconded by Champa to ap- prove the request. A roll call vote was

taken with Champa, DePestel, Fall, Heiden,

Leland, and Warneke voting yes. No votes-none. Motion carried 6-0.

H. RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING BAL-

LOT BOARD: Leland asked for clarifica-

tion regarding the role of the clerk. Mo- tion by Fall, seconded by Warneke to approve the ballot board resolution. A roll call vote was taken with Champa, DePestel, Fall, Heiden, Leland, and Warneke voting yes. No votes-none. Motion carried 6-0. RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING BALLOT BOARD BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board

of Independent School District No. 255,

State of Minnesota, as follows:

1. As required by Minnesota Stat-

utes, Section 203B.121, the Board hereby establishes a ballot board to process,

accept, and reject absentee ballots at

school district elections not held in con-

junction with the state primary or state general election or that are conducted

by a municipality on behalf of the school

district and generally to carry out the

duties of a ballot board as provided by

Minnesota Statutes, Section 203B.127 and other applicable laws.

2. The ballot board must consist of a

sufficient number of election judges trained

in the handling of absentee ballots. The

ballot board may include school district staff trained as election judges.

3. The clerk or the clerk’s designee is

hereby authorized and directed to ap- point the members of the ballot board. The clerk or the clerk’s designee shall

establish, maintain, and update a roster

of members appointed to and currently

serving on the ballot board and shall

report to the Board from time to time as

to its status.

4. Each member of the ballot board

shall be paid reasonable compensation

for services rendered during an election

at the same rate as other election judges;

provided, however, if a staff member is already being compensated for regular duties, additional compensation shall

not be paid for ballot board duties per- formed during that staff member’s duty day.

I. APPROVE SENIORITY LIST: This

has been reviewed by all staff. Motion by Heiden, seconded by DePestel to approve. Motion carried 6-0.

J. SUPERINTENDENT REPORT: Supt.

Beniak noted that licensed staff traveled to Byron on the 16th for a ZED speaker. It was time well spent. The Veterans’ Day program is coming up November 11th. If any board members would like to introduce the guest speaker, they should let her know. She is going to look at a distribution policy. We have 2 mem- bers going to NWEA

Institute on Wednesday.

UPCOMING EVENTS October 28 - School Board Retreat

6:00

November 7 - Winter Coach Review High Student Achievement Board Pre- sentation

Collaboration and Communication Committee Presentation November 11- Veterans’ Day Program 2 p.m. November 18- Effective and Efficient Presentation January 16-17 MSBA Conference ADJOURN: Motion by DePestel, sec- onded by Leland to adjourn. Motion car- ried 6-0. Meeting adjourned at 7:51.

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ZUMBROTA

City of Zumbrota

Bid Notice The City Council of the City of Zum-

of Zumbrota Bid Notice The City Council of the City of Zum- brota is accepting sealed
of Zumbrota Bid Notice The City Council of the City of Zum- brota is accepting sealed

brota is accepting sealed quotes for snow removal rental equipment. If interested, please call city hall at

732-7318.

Quotes will be accepted until 10 a.m. on Friday, November 22, 2013.

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NON-PROFIT HELP

Adult basic education classes will run in Zumbrota from September through De- cember. These classes are free. By en- rolling in the class you will work towards goals in any of the following areas: GED© exam, basic computer skills, career readi- ness certificate, learning English, es- sential skills certificate, study skills, test taking, and brushing up on reading, com- prehension, math and writing. Classes will be Tuesday and Thursday nights from 4-6 p.m. in the ZM High School in Zumbrota. Students must attend an ori- entation meeting before starting the class. Orientation meetings will be at 4 p.m. on September 26 and October 24. To register, call the ZM Community Educa- tion office at 507-732-4244. 38-6f

Narcotics Anonymous meets at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 309 For-

est Street, Kenyon, 7-8 p.m. on Tues-

days.

The CARE Clinic, a free health clinic, serves uninsured patients in Goodhue County. The CARE Clinic is open every Tuesday evening. Registration is from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The clinic is located in Red Wing, at 1407 West 4th Street. For more information, call 651-388-1022 or look at our website www.careclini

crw.com.

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Goodhue County Health & Human Ser-

vices offers low cost, federally funded immunizations for children and adults who may be uninsured or underinsured. Information at 651-385-6100 or 800- 950-2142, http://www.co.goodhue.

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Alcoholics Anonymous, Fridays, 7 p.m.

at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Prairie Side room, 451 5th Street SW, Pine

Island.

Caregiver Support Group meets every second and fourth Monday of the month from 1-2:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran

Church Library. Sponsored by Three Rivers Community Action, Inc. and Pine Island Area Home Services. Private and confi- dential. Respite care available during

meetings.

Recovery, Inc.: Facilitated, self-help groups since 1937 offering a proven method to combat depression, anger, fear, anxi- ety, etc. Free weekly meetings at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays at Resurrection Catholic Church, 1600 11th Ave. S.E., Roches- ter. Information 507-843-4064 or www.recovery-inc.org. 41-tfc

Pine Island Area Home Services, a Liv- ing at Home Block Nurse Program™ offers volunteer services including trans- portation, respite, chores, light house- keeping, grocery shopping assistance and other services to help elderly re- main safe and comfortable in their own home. We also collaborate for nursing and home health aide services and offer foot care, clinics, hearing clinics and blood pressure clinics. Stop by the of- fice at 109 3rd Street SW, call 356- 2999 or visit our website at www.pine islandareahomeservices.org. 13-tfc

Recovery, Inc., is a community group promoting mental health through self- help with fear, depression and anxiety meeting on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at Res- urrection Catholic Church, 1600 11th Ave. SE, Rochester. Free. Information, 507-288-1144. www.recovery-inc.org.

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Free mammograms and cervical cancer

screenings are available for women. For more information contact the Sage Pro-

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gram at 888-643-2584.

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mn.us./ 1-tfc Recovery, International: Self-help orga- nization since 1937 offers a proven method to combat
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Recovery, International: Self-help orga-
nization since 1937 offers a proven method
to combat depression, fears, panic-at-
tacks, anger, anxiety. Facilitated groups
meet weekly in many locations. Free will
offering. Recovers, Int’l. Dona 612-824-
5773, www.LowSelfHelpSystems.org.
Crisis pregnancy - need help? Caring,
confidential assistance. St. Michaels, a
community caring for life. 507-356-4944
or 507-356-4280. 20-tfc
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Narcotics Anonymous meets at St. Paul’s
Catholic Church, 749 Main Street South,
Zumbrota, 7-8 p.m. on Saturdays.
Call the Women’s Center of Goodhue
County 24-hour crisis line at 1-800-
369-5214 or 612-385-8600 if you need
help, support or advocacy. We can offer
shelter to victims of domestic violence
or homelessness, and we offer our ser-
vices to anyone in need. 3-f-tfc
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Alcoholics Anonymous: Wednesday, 8
p.m., Oronoco Community Center, 115
2nd St. NW, lower level, Oronoco.
The Wanamingo AL-ANON meets every
Thursday from 6-7 p.m. at the Trinity
Lutheran Church, 301 2nd Ave
Questions? Call 507-273-5636. 31-tfc
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Free to use by the general public: Wheel
chairs, walkers, canes and crutches.
Zumbrota VFW, 507-732-5411. 2-tfc
Zumbrota area charitable organizations
current mailing addresses for making
charitable gifts. Their financial support
is derived nearly exclusively from the
general public. Donations are tax de-
ductible. Zumbrota Area Food Shelf, PO
Box 43; Zumbrota Community Trust,
PO Box 226; Zumbrota Area Historical
Society, PO Box 44; Zumbrota Area Arts
Council, PO Box 45; Zumbrota Public
Cemetery Association, 113 Sugarloaf Lane;
all Zumbrota, MN 55992; Zumbrota-
Mazeppa Education Foundation, 343 3rd
Avenue NE, Mazeppa, MN 55956.
Zumbrota Area Food Shelf: Open first
and third Mondays from 2-4 p.m., sec-
ond and fourth Thursdays from 7-8 p.m.
and third Wednesday from 10 a.m. to
noon for senior citizens. Open to all
needy persons. 244 Main Street (in the
basement of Farmers Insurance Group).
Please use the alley entrance. Also open
first Monday of the month from 11 a.m.-
noon to receive donations. 3-f-tfc
Pine Island Food Shelf: Open every
Wednesday from 9-11 am. 218 South
Main Street, #5, 507-356-2999, entrance
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in alley.
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ORONOCO

City of Oronoco

Notice of Public Hearing on Improvement November 19, 2013 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Oronoco will meet in the council chambers of the city hall at 6:30 p.m. on November 19, 2013, to consider the making of Street Improvement 2014 Wear Course Paving. Cedar Woodlands I, an improvement on Cedar Point Road SE, Cedar Point Lane SE, Norman Lane SE, along with portions of Cedar Drive SE and Woodlands Lane SE:

along with portions of Cedar Drive SE and Woodlands Lane SE: pursuant to Minn. Stat. §§

pursuant to Minn. Stat. §§ 429.011 to 429.111. The area proposed to be assessed for such improvement is $145,471.65. The estimated cost of the improvement is $145,471.65. A reasonable estimate of the impact of the assess- ment will be available at the hearing. Such persons as desire to be heard with reference to the proposed improvement will be heard at this meeting.

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NOTICE! CHANGE IN HOURS

NOTICE!

CHANGE IN HOURS

Starting NovemberNovemberNovemberNovemberNovember 18,18,18,18,18, 201320132013,20132013 the

WanamingoWanamingoWanamingoWanamingoWanamingo DemolitionDemolitionDemolitionDemolitionDemolition DebrisDebrisDebrisDebrisDebris LandLandLandLandLand DisposalDisposalDisposalDisposalDisposal FacilityFacilityFacilityFacilityFacility

will be open Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Other times available by appointment.

If anyone has questions, please call the Goodhue County Public Works Department at 651-385-3107.651-385-3107.651-385-3107.651-385-3107.651-385-3107.

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REALESTATEFORRENT

FOR RENT: Affordable 3 bedroom units in Zumbrota. Rent is based on 30% of income. Call Janeen at 651-565-2638, ext. 203 for an application and to sched- ule a tour. Equal Housing Opportunity. www.semmchra.org. 46-3a

FOR RENT: 1980s era 3 bedroom home

in Pine Island. Completely updated with many new items. Attached 2 car ga- rage. $1,000 a month plus utilities. No smoking, no pets, 507-251-7386 or 507-

327-3506.

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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment in Zumbrota. $550 a month, plus deposit, no smoking, no pets, 507-263-3569.

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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartments at Heritage Hill in Wanamingo for those 55+. Paid heat/water/sewer/trash, se- cured entrance, patios, in-unit laundry, garages, community room, SEMCAC dining

site, step-in showers, air conditioning units and handicap accessible. Call Sharon at 651-565-2638, ext. 216. Online at www.semmchra.org. Equal Housing

Opportunity.

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment in Wanamingo. Deck, air conditioned. Se- cured building in quiet neighborhood, laundry on site. Garage. No pets, no smoking, $595 a month, 507-269-3803.

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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom townhome at Countryside Way in Kenyon. Spacious 1-1/2 baths, attached garage, stove,

refrigerator, central air, washer/dryer hookups, upkeep and maintenance pro- vided. Small pets welcome. Call Sharon at 651-565-2638, ext. 216. Online at www.semmchra.org. Equal Housing

Opportunity.

FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartments for elderly or disabled and 2 bedroom apart- ments for families at River’s Edge Apart- ments in Mazeppa. Heat, water, sewer and trash collection included. Off-street

parking, laundry facility, secured entrance. On-site playground with river and walk- ing path a few yards away. Call Sharon at 651-565-2638, ext. 216. Online at www.semmchra.org. Equal Housing

Opportunity.

FOR RENT in Pine Island, 2 bedroom apartment, off street parking, laundry facilities available, 507-367-4568.

Cold water is a dangerous to late season boaters

As Minnesotans enjoy their last bit of time on water before the ice, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is warn- ing boaters, paddlers and water- fowl hunters not to let their guard down. Right now, water temperatures on Lake Minnetonka and the Saint Croix River are hovering around 40 degrees. “Forty degrees is cold,” said Kara

Owens, DNR boat and water safety specialist. “Cold water can prove dangerous, or even deadly, espe- cially if people don’t consider the consequences of falling into frigid water this time of year.” So far this year, 12 people have died in boating accidents in Min- nesota, compared to 14 deaths this time last year. One person has died during the late boating season (October to November), compared

to four deaths this time last year. “It’s more important than ever that every boater wears a life jacket every time they step on a boat,” said Owens. She added, a life jacket will not only keep you afloat, but always keep you warm if you fall into cold water. The DNR recommends these safety tips for late season boaters:

• Wear a U.S. Coast Guard-ap-

provedlifejacket;evengoodswim-

mers need to wear one.

• Don’t go boating alone; boat-

ing safety increases with numbers.

• Keep an eye on the weather

and go to shore if the wind picks up.

• If boat becomes swamped or

capsizes, try to re-board and stay with the craft if possible and await rescue.

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Price Reduced!New Listing! Price Reduced! Special Financing! Reduced! 922 Golfview Ave., Zumbrota • $239,900 - New construction

922 Golfview Ave., Zumbrota • $239,900 - New construction

ranch home features 2 bedroom, 2 bath, great windows, stain- less steel kitchen sink, vaulted ceilings, walk out basement, master bedroom suite with a walk-in closet, central air and more. You must see this home. One level living with room for family and guest in lower level. Call for details.

670 Lancaster Blvd., Zumbrota • $249,900 - This fully

finished 4 bedroom, 3 bath ranch style home features in-floor heat, open floor plan, large center island with eat-in bar, ceramic tile floors, 9’ ceilings on main level, main floor laundry, stunning master bedroom suite with ceramic tile walk-in shower and a large 10x6 walk-in closet and so much more. Home is plumbed for central vacuum.

1143 Main St., Zumbrota • $134,900 - Renovated 2 story! This 3 bedroom, 3 bath home features new carpet, new paint, 3 bedrooms on one level, new plumbing, new windows throughout the home, formal dining, main floor 1/2 bath just installed, and many more updates in this home. Located on a corner lot with a large yard for your enjoyment. One stall insulated garage and plenty of space to expand & make into your dream garage. Call for details.

751 9th St. SW, Pine Island • $179,900 - This updated split

level home features 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, ceramic tiles, back splash, vaulted ceiling, master bedroom, walk-in closet, pantry, custom built-in cabinets throughout the home, built-in entertain- ment center and more. Also features a new deck (2007), new shingles (2012), beautifully landscaped and fully fenced back yard with park across the street! Heated, insulated 3 car garage with cabinets.

732 19th St. East, Zumbrota • $149,900 - New construction

under $150,000! This 2 bedroom one bath home features an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, 2 stall garage all under warranty to keep your mind at ease. Call for final completion date.

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886 West Ave., Zumbrota • $99,900 - This 3 bedroom, 2 bath

home features master bedroom on main level, formal dining,

hardwood floors, maintenance free siding, deck, fenced in partial

yard, great storage space in detached garage. This 120’x152’ lot is

accented with fully mature trees and walking bridge to school. Great

location to downtown and schools.

321 2nd Ave. East, Zumbrota • $159,900 - Remodeled to

perfection! This home may look older from the outside, but once you step inside you’ll find a newly updated home from top to bottom. 1-3/4 story home features eat-in kitchen, formal dining and separate dining area in kitchen. New windows, new furnace, new air conditioner, new water heater and water softener. Located on a corner lot with landscaping and a 3-season porch.

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861 Golfview Ave., Zumbrota • $259,900 - Stunning new

construction with great view! Just completed July 2013! This 4 bedroom, 3 bath home features master bedroom suite with walk-in closet and ceramic tile shower. Front street view office, fully finished lower level with views of downtown Zumbrota and backs up #7 green on golf course. 3 stall garage with large 67 ft. backyard.

537 3rd Ave. NE, Mazeppa • $119,900 - 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

fully finished home in Mazeppa. This home features main floor laundry, ceramic tile, skylights, wood fireplace with stone mantle, and master bedroom suite with walk-in closet. Located on a New Price! 156’x83’ lot accented with deck, flat backyard and 2 stall garage.

317 2nd Ave. SE, Pine Island • $204,900 - Gorgeous turn-of-

the-century classic 2 story home beautifully restored. Original

baluster handrail, attached garage w/mud room, stained glass,

mahogany doors & original pocket doors! Eat-in kitchen w/white

cabinetry, glass accents, stainless steel appliances, recessed

lighting, center island & custom corner desk. Main floor laundry with built-in cabinets, tiled floor. Wrap around front porch & more.

263 Golden Bear Lane, Zumbrota • $169,900 - 3 bedroom,

one bath new construction! This home features an eat-in kitchen,

vaulted ceilings, brick stone accent, master bedroom with walk-

in closet, Hollywood bath and more. Located on a great lot with

view of golf course.

For Rent!
For Rent!

205 East 18th St., Zumbrota • $299,900 - Great commercial

building located next to many businesses just off Hwy. 52 in Zumbrota. Features in-floor heat, forced air conditioning, and vaulted ceiling, 1/2 bath. Great location for a business. Year built:

2002. Located next to Kwik Trip/SuperAmerica, Subway, and Dairy Queen.

Office 732-7323 Fax 507-732-7324 Toll Free 1-888-397-3945

View our listings at www.zumbrotarealestate.com E-mail: info@zumbrotarealestate.com

MLS Members

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FOR RENT: Zumbrota office/retail space.

Off-street parking. Build out to the size you need, 600 square feet up to 2,000

square feet. 507-533-9310

FOR RENT: Zumbrota Main Street retail

and office spaces. Spaces range from 650 square feet to 1,500 square feet. Call 651-764-1629 for more informa-

tion.

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NEW LISTING

For the outdoors person, the nature

lover, the bow hunter or the golfer, this

property has it all. Custom built log

home on 10.1 acres located on a quiet

private driveway. This home features

3 bedrooms, 3 baths, vaulted ceilings,

sunroom/solarium, 2 sided fireplace, with deer and turkey all year round. Property borders the Zumbrota Golf Course. $309,900

round. Property borders the Zumbrota Golf Course. $309,900 Wayne R. Gadient, Realtor Cell: 651-380-7025
round. Property borders the Zumbrota Golf Course. $309,900 Wayne R. Gadient, Realtor Cell: 651-380-7025

Wayne R. Gadient, Realtor Cell: 651-380-7025 wrgadient@kw.com

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OPEN HOUSE Saturday, November 16 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 165 3rd Street East, Zumbrota Move-in ready,
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, November 16
11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
165 3rd Street East, Zumbrota
Move-in ready, updated throughout
with beautiful woodwork and hardwood
floors, open staircase, nice front porch,
formal dining room, double lot, storage
shed and a heated/insulated shop.
$149,900
Darvin and Anne Laue
507-210-3673
507-254-6145
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Lowell Lyman,

Connie Rude,

Connie Rude,

Glen Dankers,

Glen Dankers,

Elroy Strusz,

Elroy Strusz,

Broker, Owner

REALTOR ®

REALTOR ®

REALTOR ®

507-254-7764

507-273-7312

507-251-0609

507-273-1859

516 EAST AVE., ZUMBROTA NEW LISTING! 23249 360TH STREET, GOODHUE Enjoy private country living with
516 EAST AVE., ZUMBROTA NEW LISTING! 23249 360TH STREET, GOODHUE Enjoy private country living with
516 EAST AVE., ZUMBROTA

516 EAST AVE., ZUMBROTA

NEW LISTING!
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23249 360TH STREET, GOODHUE

Enjoy private country living with a 1.5 story immaculate older home. Features 2 bedrooms and 2 baths with many newly redone wood floors. The detached 2 car garage has an insulated and heated shop area. A must see property. MLS#4049772

$162,000

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14657 HIGHWAY 60 BLVD., ZUMBROTA

Neat, clean hobby farm with great location on blacktop road. Newer roof, new furnace, deck attached garage and outbuildings. Property has been surveyed and split from a larger parcel. MLS#4049085 $179,900

425 MAIN STREET, PINE ISLAND

Stop paying rent or buy for investment! This affordable 2/3 bedroom home is close to the pool and park and within walking distance to downtown. Great value for the

money as it just needs a little updating. Take

Lots of room with a nice 2 car attached garage, newer roof and windows and high

201 2ND STREET W, WANAMINGO

Newer kitchen and siding, some newer windows. MLS#4033885 $69,900

look and make an offer! Kitchen features

an “L” counter between the kitchen and dining area. New shingles recently installed. This property is sold “as-is.” MLS#4034612

$79,900

a

efficiency furnace. Upgraded electrical with circuit breaker and 100 amp service. A lot of house with much potential. MLS#4048093

$91,900

OPEN HOUSE Saturday, Nov. 16 • 10 a.m.-Noon PRICE REDUCED!
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Saturday, Nov. 16 • 10 a.m.-Noon

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1185 MAIN STREET, ZUMBROTA

839 GOLFVIEW AVE., ZUMBROTA

3 bedroom, 2 bath rambler with newer steel siding and windows. Located on a nice level lot. Basement features 2 family rooms, 1/2 bath and a bar. Included is a detached garage with workshop attached in the rear. This is a must see property. MLS#4049518 $134,900

705 LANCASTER BLVD., ZUMBROTA

Open and spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath walkout ranch, 4 car garage with golf course location. Features granite counters, ceramic tile, master suite, large lower level family room with fireplace, deck and heated 4 car garage. MLS#4039355 $299,900

 

208

N 3RD STREET, GOODHUE

Well-maintained 4 bedroom, 2 bath split entry with private backyard. Large family room, fireplace, newer hardwood floors, deck and 3 car garage. MLS#4046076 $183,500

$177,900

An older home with many recent updates. Main floor laundry and a full bath on 1st and 2nd floor. MLS#44048072 $79,900

NEW LISTING! PRICE REDUCED! NEW LISTING! 488 LALLY LANE, ZUMBROTA FOR SALE
NEW LISTING!
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488 LALLY LANE, ZUMBROTA

FOR SALE
FOR
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113 MANOR AVE., GOODHUE

 

308

N 3RD STREET, GOODHUE

580 WEST 4TH STREET, ZUMBROTA

This one has character! Fully finished 4 bedroom, 2 bath with large windows, spacious foyer, cathedral ceilings, fireplace, decks and lots of room in the back yard. MLS#4048466 $179,900

windows, spacious foyer, cathedral ceilings, fireplace, decks and lots of room in the back yard. MLS#4048466

A nice starter home or retirement home with 2 main floor bedrooms, newer windows and foundation. Permanent siding and central air. MLS#4045391 $79,900

An older 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a 2

Wonderful older home with tons of charm. 4 bedrooms and 2 bath home is ready to

car detached garage. Newly painted with lots

of

character. Located close to downtown and

go. Don’t miss this one. $149,900

schools. MLS#4049473 $89,900

$139,900

 

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NEWSTORAGE UNITS! R&R Properties 113 1st Avenue, Wanamingo(behind fire hall) 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x25,
NEWSTORAGE UNITS!
R&R Properties
113 1st Avenue, Wanamingo(behind fire hall)
5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x25, 10x35
• Boats and cars welcome.
• Outdoor storage available at our
other location outside of Zumbrota.
Call Mike Rude at 507-273-8400

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FARMITEMSFORRENT

FOR RENT: Grain vac for rent. Reason-

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FARMITEMS WANTED

WANTED: We are looking for organic hay to feed our dairy herd. We are not jockeys, just trying to feed our herd of milk cows. Contact Mike Augustine at 651-380-0246 and tell me what you have and the price. 49-tfc

FARM SERVICES

Will do custom stalk chopping. Dan Buck, cell 507-269-7205; home 507-732-4421.

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Will do grain hauling with end dump or hopper bottoms. Please contact Darren Vieths at 651-380-6141 or 651-923-

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FARMLAND WANTED

LAND OWNERS, if you have CRP land coming out and don’t like the idea of someone spraying chemicals on your land, give us a call. We run an organic dairy farm and are looking for land to rent. We would like to reseed to alfalfa/ grass mix for hay. Rent will be based on soil sample and we prefer 3 to 5 year contracts. Call Mike Augustine at 651- 380-0246. Thanks. We would like to stay within 20 miles of Goodhue. 49-tfc

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WINONA AREA PANORAMIC FARM WITH YOUR CHOICE OF 40 OR 86

ACRES overlooking the scenic breathtaking Mississippi River Valley with nostal-

gic farmstead having 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick home. With a nice mixture of

GOODHUE WELCOMES YOU! Choose your single family lot available in a growing area. Call us today for help making Goodhue your home!

cropland, woods and pasture seemingly evident are opportunities galore.

LAKE CITY AREA 100 ACRES PROPERLY IDENTIFIED AS BEAUTY IN THE VALLEY having woods adorned with wildlife, cropland to help support your

recreational passion, and a prime potential future homesite overlooking the property's meandering trout stream!

FARM AND LAND OPPORTUNITIES

CHANCE OF A LIFETIME IS THEOPPORTUNITYBEFORE YOU TO PURCHASE THIS METICULOUS 120 ACRE GOODHUE AREA

CHANCE OF A LIFETIME IS THEOPPORTUNITYBEFORE YOU TO PURCHASE THIS METICULOUS 120 ACRE GOODHUE AREA LONG TIME FAMILY FARM which for de- cades has caught the attention of all who have passed by. One

can’t help but admire the pride

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HAYFIELD AREA 100 ACRES BARELAND along Hwy. 30 having quality

cropland with the predominate soil tyes, Marquis & Floyd, carrying 99% and 92%

CPI Indexes.

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MAZEPPA AREA 90 ACRES BARELAND 1/4 mile off County Road #1, a nice

mixture of quality cropland, woods and yes it qualifies for a building entitlement!

(possible split available)

WINONA AREA 46 ACRE BUILDABLE OVERLOOK best described as spec- tacular. The property located on a public road, accurately named Goodview Ridge Road, has a mixture of cropland and pasture; and woods adorned with whitetail guaranteed to intrigue those of you in search of a trophy!

ofownershipthispropertyshow-

cases which is extremely evi-

dent throughout the stately 5 bedroom 1930 two story home, presenting the quality construction and warmth of its era. Complimentary family room addition with gas fireplace is surely a Minnesota Winter Must while the home’s unique upper level porch is seemingly the perfect place to start with your morning cup of coffee or for your summer evening meditation giving thanks for the blessing to be right there! Adding to that blessing will be the opportunity to produce the bin busting crops which have historically been associated with the highly respected Mt. Carroll, Barremills and Vasa Soil

bin busting crops which have historically been associated with the highly respected Mt. Carroll, Barremills and
 

8.80 ACRE – GOODHUE AREA – 8.80 ACRE

MAJOR UPDATE JUST COMPLETED on this walkout ranch with energy efficient

MAJOR UPDATE JUST COMPLETED on this walkout ranch with energy efficient

icynene block basement. Functional 1,732 sq. ft. main level open floor plan with

vaulted ceilings includes a new large center island kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The extra large attached garage plus detached 24'x32' garage, assures you valuable storage for whatever your heart desires. Mature treed yard and wooded acreage with its meandering creek, just off the backyard deck, makes this property a must see!

1.56 ACRE – 19355 385TH STREET, GOODHUE – 1.56 ACRE

 
A LITTLE BIT OF COUNTRY within a stone's throw from town makes this 3,200 sq.

A LITTLE BIT OF COUNTRY within a stone's throw from

town makes this 3,200 sq. ft. finished 3 bedroom, 3 bath home a must to see! Lower

levelapartmentoffersasupple-

mentalincomeopportunitywhile alargeatticdesignedforfuture finishwill stimulate your imagi- nation – and yes, there is a heated shop ideal for grown up toys!

PRICE REDUCED TO $249,900

WABASHA COUNTY 250 ACRE RIVER FARM WITH POSTCARD SETTING