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Although Operation Desert Storm has dominated our thoughts and conversations these past weeks, we will still need to turn some attention to the home front and the problems that continue to surface. This comer has no Intention of minimizing the need to keep those in the war zone and supporting positions in our thoughts and prayers, but there are Issues that will be discussed and acted upon in the coming months that we need to be Informed about. In Minnesota, there are two Items that will be tossed around in the coming months. One is a proposal by Secretary of State Joan Growe on election reform. She proposes conducting the'presidential primary scheduled for April 1992 entirely by mai/whereby al/voters would receive their ballot by mail, ensuring the maximum ability of all Minnesotans to participate. Her arguments for the proposal are sound. Undoubtedly there are drawbacks in having such an election process, but it deserves some serious consideration. Keep posted on the Issue and let the Legislature know your Ideas and thoughts on the matter. Another Minnesota Issue that will be getting attention in the coming months is all year school offerings to students. It Is an Interesting idea. Critics have expressed their concern about the low number of days our students spend In the classrooms each year, and the fact the school facilities costing hundreds of thousands and millions of dollars standing vacant for three months. The concept will be studied and it would be a good idea to follow the pros and cons of the Issue. An Informed voter can do wonders in our free society. So keep Informed! Speaking of education, it was Interesting to note the National College Athletic Association is being taken over by the presidents of the participating colleges. They are datermlned to clean up the athletic acts at the college level. Detractors, mostly sports announcers and analysts, are giving them a low grade for being able to pull off the reform, however. We shall be watching and waiting to see how well the administrators can do. Coming up this Thursday, January 31, Victorla's Floral will host a silk and dried flower Open House from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be many arrangements on display, and if you want to update or redo an arrangement you have in your home, you are encouraged to take it into Victorla's for a remodeling job. Monday, February 4, Walnut Grove Community Club will meet at the United Methodist Church Education Unit. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting following. And now for the big announcement of the winter. Mark calendars and get prepared to chase away the Winter hs! Coming Saturday, February 9, the Lions Club will Haberman, Mountmn Lake, MN - $44.00. Fail to yield: Timothy Neal Torgerson, Mountain Lake, MN $44.00. Disorderly conduct: Jade Dennis Rossow, Lakefield, MN - $220.00 (stayed $110.00). Pay bal. of fine; have no s/s viol. 1 year. Allow operation by juv.: Arvil Peterson, Jr Mountain Lake, MN - $110.00 (stayed $110.00). Youth take class and become licensed. Snowmobile N/currently R. Arvil Peterson, Jr Mountain Lake, MN - $55.00; Fail to convey title: Jacqualine Marie Doeden, Windom, MN - $44.00. Parked over 36 hours: Charlene Renee Haroldson, Windom, MN - $10.00; Scott Thomas Paukner, Garvin, MN - $10.00; Loft Schroeder, Windom, MN - $10.00; Frederick Paul Tasler, Windom, MN - $10.00. Fail to use child restrain: Priscilla Lynn Dodge, St. Paul, MN $22.00. No MN D.L.: Paul Andrew Reinert, Sioux City, IA - $110.00. DWI: Lance Gordon Ludvigson, Windom, MN - $625.00, 30 days jail stayed fox 1 yr pay fines and SC, attnd and complt DWI clinic, no s/s viol. 1 yr. NSF: Cleo Mae Graham, Bingham Lake, MN - $110.00 (stayed $55.00), restitution $53.29, pay bal of f'me, pay restitution, no s/s viol. 1 yr; Pamela Hartman, Lakefield, MN - $110.00 (stayed $55.00). Restitution - $54.25. Pay balance of fine and restitution. Pay restitution. No s/s violations for one year. Barbara Lynn Smith, Windom, MN - No separate or additional penalty at this time; Christine Ann Love, Windom, MN - $220.00 (stayed $110.00), restitution $180.90 stayed 30 jail for 1 yr, pay bal of fine, pay restitution, have no s/s viol. or cony. of msd or greater 1 yr; Christine Ann Love, Windom, MN - Combined sentence. present their guaranteed entertainment to chase away the Tracy Early Monday Night winter blues at 8 p.m. In the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle Women's Bowling---l/7/91 School auditorium when they will present "Roaring Beauties". Ars Bar 10 Proceeds from the event will be used in the Chemical Abuse Tmcy Lanes 8 Tmcy Ins. 7 Hoyt Oil 6 Body Shop 6 Med. Club 5 Serviceman's Center 4 Clover Farm 2 Education program. Recycling pick-up for Walnut Grove will be Tues Feb. 5. Wish I'd said that quote for this week: "Age Is not Important unless you are a cheese." HAVE A GOOD WEEK! 2 4 5 6 6 7 8 10 Cottonwood County District Court January 18 - 24, 1991 Speeding: $44.00 . Cary Dale Anderson, Marshall, MN; Bruce Gordon McBeath, St. Paul, MN; Gerald Dean Christensen, Panora, IA; Leonard Dean Steele, Port Washington, WI; James Edward Freeland, Bloomi ngton, MN; Michael Patrick Davis, Sheldon, IA. $55.00 -Beth Marie Scheunemann, Minneapolis, MN; Victoria Ann Aim, Windom, MN. Dis. stop sign: Shannon High Series: Jan Doubler 546 Maureen Hatch 531 Lu Anderson 531 Mary Stephens 474 Millie West 474 High Games: Jan Doubler 214 Mary Stephens 200 Millie West 189 Maureen Hatch 189 une (ISSN 8750 - 3905) Ralph T Gladys F,and Thomas J. Merchant Publishers Thomas Merchant Managing Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patricla Paterson Editor Madeline Alcorn Walnut Greys Office Nancy Goring Typesetter Edna Lessman Walnut Grove Correspondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnick Milroy Correspondent Mrs. Paul Martin Lucan Correspondent Published every Wednesday at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 Second Class Postage Paid at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1988 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE FOR THE SENTINEL-TRIBUNE WILL BE In the following counties: Cottonwood, Redwood, Lyon. Murray, and Nobles $13.00 P~er Year Elsewhere in Minnesota - $16.00 Per Year Out of State - $20.00 Per Year Canada & foreign countries inquire at theSentineI-Tribune Office "Snowbirds" may put their paper on hold at no extra charge while they are gone, or pay $4.00 extra to have it mailed out of state. Missed copies cannot be furnished because the cost of mailing single' copies is almost $1.00 Any request for a back copy must include $1.50. Newstand price is 35 cents per copy. Mail change of address notice to: Box 98, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADUNES: Local News Noon Monday Articles and other news 5:00 p.m. Monday All Peach Ads & Market Ads Noon Monday Display Ads 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Classified Ads Noon Tuesday WES~'BROOK SENTINEL OFFICE HOURS 507-274-6136 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday 8":00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED WALNUT GROVE TRIBUNE OFFICE HOURS 507-859-2187 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tdesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday Closed Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. , Noon Hour - CLOSED Other: Call Patricia Peterson at 859-2120 Tracy Late Monday Night Women's Bowling---I/21/91 Arnie's Standard 15 5 Fedde s Repair 12 8 airy Q en - 9 Ne!da, 's Tax Sew. - 11 John S Su .l) r Valu 8 - 12 Am. Family 8 - 12 Tmcy State Bank 5 - 15 High Series: June Tuhack 514 Theresa Tholen 515 High Games: Lois Ahlschlage 200+ Theresa Tholen 189 Sandy Carlson 188 Westbrook Men's Thursday Night Bowling---I/24/91 VFW 34 2 Double D Bowl 24 12 Maynards 24 12 Double D Cafe 19 17 C&L 7 29 Funks 0 36 High Games: Tim Timgren 556 Leon Mischke 547 John Madson 547 Dave Stresemann 545 High Series: Dave Strescmarm 214 Leoe Mischke 201 DOn Peters 199 Life Insurance Wh0can y0u call wllen y0u questions e ab0utlife mUlaCe? RogerHaar I Main Street " Westbrook, MN 274-6164 SlalFam Ule m00wa,i m(Xkt em mmm A memory of yesterday WALNUT GROVE--- In 1952 the Plum Creek Saddle Club put on a play at the School auditorium with proceeds from the play donated to the March of Dimes. members who participated are pictured I. to r.: Ted Faltlnson, Bud Mlschke, Gerald Lorraine (Mrs. Vernon) Nelson, Morris Robinson, Pat Nyberg, Vernon Foster, ellis Parker, Ray Ward, Mrs. Shorty Skelton, Judy (Nelson) Harnack, Ted Anderson, Mathlason, Otto Brown, and Severin Kopperud. Faith (Anderson) Maguire shared the with our readers - proof that Walnut Grove was full of talent in the past as well Submitted photo. Westbrook Monday Night Swine nutrition KIDS: Sign up Ladies Bowling-1/28/91 workshop set needle arts Jensen's Clippers 14 2 by Robert G. Koehler by Colleen H. Gen Klasses Sales 12 4 Area swine producers will have Murray County Lloyd's Amoco 10 - 6 an opportunity to improve their Needle Arts Workshop, Boeck'sConst. 9 7 understanding of basic swine February 9, 9 a.m. VFW Aux. 9 7 nutrition so they can make more Courts Buildin Rongstad's Ins. 8 8 profitable decisions regarding Kids in and Lichty Drug 7 9 swine moons. A Swine Nutrition invited to register for DovrayManor 6 10 Workshop will be held in 3 Hardanger, Shadow Double D Bowl 6 10 sessions on February 19, 28, and Plastic Canvas. State Farm Ins. 6 - 10 March 7 at the county courts Hardanger will take uPi SW State Bank 5 11 building meeting room in Slayton, morning, so you may Elkhorn Inn 4 12 MN. Each session will run from only one of these. 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Applique and Plastic High Series: Information will be presented by offered twice in 1 Jeannie Berg 536 Dr. Jerry Hawton and Dr. Jerry and so you can sign up Bey Busswitz 493 Hawton and Dr. Lee Johnston. these. Linda Kleven 478 Both are animal scientists with the At 11:30 a.m. University of Minnesota and session on High Games involved with swine nutrition ProjecL" Jeannie Berg 207 research and extension programs. Cost is $2.00. If you Pam Madson 182 Enrollment will be limited to the Crocheting and LaVonneErmenga 182 first 35 submitting enrollment D-6 crochet hook, information to the Murray County only. Extension Service. An enrollment Call the Extension Westbrook Men's Tuesday fee of $20 per participants is in 6148 to register and Nightml/22/91 effect for this workshop, of supplies to brin Double D Cafe 21 6 Topics to be covered are basics Lichty Drug 18 9 of energy, protein and amino acids, by February 1. The Needle Arts Elkhorn Inn 8 19 minerals, and vitamins. Sowplanned by the County' Double D Bowl 7 20 nutrition including the gilt Environment/Needle development, gestation, lactation, Arts Committee. High Series: and farrowing phases will be Willis Beckman 526 discussed. Baby pig starter Bob Nelsen 498 nutrition, grow-finish rations, and Dean Winter 484 analysis of feed tags are other Baby-sitting topics that will be covered, be held in Fulda High Games: The information will be relevant Willis Beckman 219 to both producers who mix their by Margie Anderson Bob Nelsen 218 own rations or purchase complete Good, reliable Jerry Earl 190 feeds, always in demand. If For more information contact like to learn to the Murray County Extensionthe Baby-sitting A Baby-sitting Lamberton Tuesday Night Office, ph: 836-6148. by the Murray Men's Late League---I/22/91 Wally's Feeder Corn and soybean service will begin on and run five Pigs 8 1/2 3 ]/2 marketing update to be through March 14. Greenwood Nursery 8 4 held thisweek 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. atthel School Library in Hoyt Oil & The current marketing situation covered include Convenience 6 6 for corn and soybeans and outlook children Revere Coops 5 1/2 6 1/2 for the rest of the marketing year fast aid, nutrition, Jerry's Sportsman will be discussed January 31 at the responsibilities of the Bowl 5 7 Murray County Courts Building snack is served each Cactus Bar 3 9 meeting room in Slayton. The as handouts on topic: meeting will run from 1:15-3:15 The cost for this clinic High Series: p.m. can be paid when Shony Homing 603 Dr. Start Stevens, University of The registration Jerry Field 598 Minnesota Extension Economist- February 8. Register by GeneHildreth 578 Marketing, will present the Murray County. information, in Slayton at 836-6148. High Game: Gene Hildreth Jerry Field Larry Ma as Shorty Homing 235 216 SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 2]3 213 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, Ti LOCATION: 3 miles east, 1 mile north of Westbrook TIME: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Small minnows and holes COST: $5.00 entry fee per person It LUNCH Contest for an ice auger AVAILABLE SPONSORED BY RED (The Club has aerators Bean Lake, Lake ROCK SPORTsMAN'S CLUB in North & South Double Lake, Louisa, and Talcot Lake)