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S - Basic English, skills, preparation for etc. taught with plans. Classes and Thursday 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the Elementary Computer fee for classes or For more information School Office Christensen, (274.6491). Y 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon TOPS Club No. 1336 Wednesday in the Saviors Lutheran in from 5:00 - 5:30 meeting from 5:30 - 6:00 Damascus Club 3K--G.F.W.C. tsClub will meet February 6 at 8:00 change). Program - Bring a small to decorate. S-19,20 tive to be in Social Security ~tative will be at the 177 10th Street, on Friday, February 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. don't realize it, but 'covers children too. a child who becomes 22, he or she will e to receive Social if either parent disabled, or dies, g long enough under Walnut Grove TOPS Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. 1169 will meet each Monday at the Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. Micawber Club WALNUT GROVE -- Micawber Club will have their monthly meeting on February 4, 1991 at 8:00 p.m. at the home of Maydra Maas. Speaker will be Bill Woodruff of Redwood County Recycling. WG Community Club WALNUT GROVE -- The Walnut Grove Community Club will meet on Monday, February 4 in the United Methodist Church Education Unit at 6:30 p.m. Twentieth Century Club Twentieth Century Club met at Melba Pack's home on January 7. Grace Anderson was assistant hostess. Dr. and Mrs. Robinson of Tracy showed slides and told of their trip they had taken to Peru in 1990. February's meeting will be February 4th at the home of Marilyn Father with Lucille Davis assistant hostess. Meribel Stiner will be in charge of the program entitled "Mr. President". Roll call is "Current Event". Boots 'N Bows The Boot 'N Bows Square Dance Club will dance Friday, February 1, at 8:00 p.m at the Storden Community Hall. Lunch will be furnished. Dean Fisbel will be the caller. All square dancers welcome. scheduled trips are on the second each month. Free Blood Pressure 30th, 2 - 4 p.m. at ROOK---The Sunset meet Wednesday, 6 at 1:30 p.m. at the Hostesses are Clara Edna Miranowski. Cub Scouts to go Tubing WESTBROOK -- Cub Scout ~K---Hospital Pack 9 will go tubing Sunday, Will meet February 4 at February 3, 1991 at Garvin Park n~. at the elementary-for their February Pack meeting. Unit # 4 has the Meet at Trinity Lutheran Church at t. Little girl's dance 12:30, to leave at 12:45 SHARP!! school one act This outing is for the whole cub cake, punch and scout family to enjoy. Tubing is be served. Everyone $2.00 per person and each cub scout that goes will be reimbursed Library mtrons please that all books overdue and must be taken care of further materials may of you who prefer large we have new ones on Come in and browse. February 3rd, CBS of Fame presents and Tall". This film Patricia MacLachlans Medal-winning book. Steve Severson partner with Jon Rongstad WESTBROOK -- The Jon Rongstad Agency is pleased and proud to announce Steve Severson has become a partner in the Agency. The Jon Rongstad Agency is a member of the Rongstad Insurance Group with offices in Westbrook, Lakefield and Was~ca. This group of insurance agencies special izes i n insurance sales and real estate sales in their resIx~tive communities. Steve has become a partner in the Westbrook office location with Jon Rongstad, founder of the agencies. Steve is presently the agency manager and will continue that role with Jon Rongstad as the general manager. The other staffing position will remain the same, with Karyl Gertner as the agency secretary. By networking several insurance agency offices, the Rongstad insurance group is able to represent several excellent insurance companies for the benefit of the customer. Senior Nutrition Services WALNUT GROVE --- Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Community Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday, February 4--Winter Walk, 10:15 a.m. BBQ ribs, parsley potatoes, three bean salad, rye bread, pear sauce. Tuesday, February 5--Come and help JoAnn celebrate her 3rd anniversary. Coffee and donut holes 9:30 a.m. Baked chicken, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, corn bread, fresh fruit. Wednesday, February 6--- Meatloaf, augratin potatoes, broccoli, oatmeal/raisin bar. Thursday, February 7--Site Council 9:30 a.m. Roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, carrot cake. Friday, February 8--Birthday celebration. Hamburger on bun, baked potato fries, cole slaw. Meals include bread, butter, milk and coffee. Cards are played every morning at 10:00. Anyone 60 or older may participate in the meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi (home 859-2469) at the Community Center, 859-2135 at least one day prior to attending. Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by contribution. Lisa Schenk on Dean's List / WALNUT GROVE --- The for the tubing fee. Each family is Dean's List for the fall semester at responsible for lunch and beverage Augustana College consists of 604 for their family. There is a shelter full-time students. for family members that want to go along to observe. The Tiger cubs and their families are invited to join the cub scouts in the fun. It is re-charter time, so if you haven't given Sue Cohrs your money yet, please bring it to this outing. Registration is $7.00 and Boys Life (optional) is $7.80. Any 1st - 5th grade boys are welcome to join. Time to re-charter for Boy Scouts WESTBROOK --- It is time to re-charter Boy Scouts Troop 19 for another year. The registration fee is $7.00 and Boys Life magazine (optioual) is $7.8o. Any boys in grade 6th through 18 may register to be a Boy Scout. Even ff you were not a Cub Scout performances you can still become a Boy Scout. Close, Christopher Anyone interested, please call Tom Lexi Randall and Merchant 274.6558 or 274.6136 to A total of 172 students earned perfect grade point averages of 4.0 (A) and 432 maintained a 3.3 (B+) average. Included on the Dean's List was Lisa Van DeWiele Schenk. Bell. Be sure and get regLqered before February 13. I Homes Available or all your as see rlut Grove, MN. 859-2154 Westbr00k Clinic 732 6th Street Wutbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Men. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (after hours 274-6121) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. Obituary Alvin Richard Lindstrom Memorial services for Alvin Richard Lindstrom were Tuesday, January 29, 1991, 11:00 a.m. at Immanuel Baptist Church, Westbrook, MN, with Rev. Willis F. Peterson, officiating. Hymns sang by the congregation were "Rock of Ages" and "Face to Face". Two selections "He the Pearly Gates Will Open" and "So Great Salvation" were sang by David Van Loh and Paul Van Loh. Organist was Jeanne Nantkes. Casket bearers were Arnie Beek, Gerrit Jansma, Stanley Madson, Gerald Nooman, Gary Spaeth and Lloyd Spielman. Honorary casket bearers were Jesse Nantke's, John Van Lob, Grayson Nantkes and James Fisher. Interment was in the Westbrook Cemetery, Westbrook, MN. Alvin Richard Lindstrom, son o'T Raymond and Marion (Nelson) Lindstrom, was born June 2, 1921 in Dovray Township, Murray County, Minnesota. At the age of 12, he accepted Christ as his Savior and was baptized soon after by immersion. As a young man, he farmed with his parents in Cottonwood County, Minnesota. When he was 17 years old, at the time of his father's death, he took over the family farm, together with his mother and brothers. In 1966, he purchased his present farm in Dovray Township, Murray County, Minnesota. On November 26, 1971 he was united in marriage to Florence Eastwold Sande at the Baptist Church in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. He was a lifelong member of Immanuel Baptist Church. He served as Trustee, Deacon, Sunday School Teacher and Youth Group Leader. He also served the Minnesota Baptist Association on Board of Trustees for many years. Survivors include wife, Florence Lindstrom of Currie, daughter, Beth Lindstrom, and son, Joel Lindstrom, both at home. Stepson, Denis Sande and wife, Susie, of Alma, Wisconsin, stepdaughters, Kay (Mrs. David) Johnson of Merrillviile, Indiana; Sonja (Mrs. Tim) Johnson of Greenville, South Carolina, brothers, Ray and wife Doreen Lindstrom of Winona; Wesley and wife, Dorothy Lindstrom of Currie, and many nieces and nephews. Also surviving are 4 grandchildren. Alvin was preceded in death by his parents. Ruth Vortherms receives degree The University of Wisconsin- Madison School of Nursing announced that 46 bachelor of Harry W. Johnson Memorial services for Harry W. Johnson, 82, of Balaton were Monday, January 28, 1991 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Balaton. Mr. Johnson died Thursday, January 24, 1991 at Weiner Memorial Medical Center in Marshall. He was born June 24, 1908, in Walnut Grove to August and Ellen (Dahlgren) Johnson. He attended public school in Walnut Grove. Beatrice Bermeister and he were married June 30, 1935, in Marshall. For 21 years, they farmed east of Marshall, then they farmed northeast of Tracy for 21 years. They resided in Tracy for eight years. Survivors include daughter, science degrees in nursing and 14 Betty Rhae (Mrs. Gerald) Hanson master of science degrees in of Marshall; son, Robert of Aurora, nursing were awarded at the CO; foster sons, Dean Kathman of December commencement. Ruth Vortherms, daughter Of Leo and Agnes Vortherms of Westbrook, was one of the 14 to receive the master of science degree. A pinning ceremony was held in Memorial Union for the graduating seniors and their families on Sunday, December 23. Minneapolis, Eldon Kathman of Buffalo and Steven Spielman of Balaton; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brothers, Elmer of Redwood Falls and Robert of Walnut Grove; and sisters, Alvina (Mrs. William) Kaufenberg and Rosella (Mrs. Warner) Truedson both of Walnut Grove. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, one son and one brother. Body Repair Wheel Alignmeiat Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modern body shops, with separate paint booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook. MN. FOR RENT One bedroom aparlments. Most utilities paid. Meals available daily. Senior citizens, handicapped and disabled eligible. IOO4t HOUItNG OPPOIUUNtD' Valley View Apartments Lamberton, Mn. 507-752-7303 507-752-7470 NOW OPEN Complete Vision Care - Eye Examination Designer Frames Complete Contact Lens Service - Repairs & Replacements Located in the Westbrook Clinic. Call for appointment 274-6145 Gift Certificates Available SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Wostbrook, MN - Wednesday, January 30, 1991 John L. Streeter Funeral services for John L. Streeter were held Saturday, January 26, 1991, 11:00 a.m. at Immanuel Baptist Church, Westbrook, MN with Rev. Will Peterson and Dr. Arthur Odens officiating. Soloist was Rev. C. Rodney Benson. Casket bearers were Paul Mershon, Bradley Passer, Richard Streeter, Michael LaFebvre, Walter Nissell, Jr Mark Mershon, Brian Passer, Andrew Foster, Roger Lindstrom and Kent Stem. Interment was in the Westbrook Cemetery. John LeRoy Streeter, one of three children born to LeRoy and Amelia Ewy Streeter, was born in Des Moines Township, Murray County, MN on December 14, Charles, MN, Gerald Heath of Huron, and Steven Heath and his wife Joyce of Minneapolis, MN; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Carole) Quade of Jeffers, MN and Mrs. Robert (Sue) Nenaber of Huron; fifteen grandchildren; two great-grandsons; two sisters, Pearl Warden of Pontiac, MI, and Agnes Schwieger of St. James, MN. Charles R. (Chuck) Hudson Funeral services for Charles R. (Chuck) Hudson were held Friday, January 25, 1991, 10:30 a.m. at the Butson-Jacobson Funeral Home, Tracy, MN with Rev. Homer G. Dobson officiating. Casket bearers were Rick 1907. Lougstrom, Merrill Wahl, William The family moved to Radtke, Richard Longstrom, Jr Westbrook when John was a youth. Brent Wahl and Gary Radtke. He received his formal education Interment was in the Tracy in the Westbrook schools, graduating in 1926. He was united in marriage to Alice Lindstrom on September 25, 1929, in Dovray Township, Murray County. They celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary last fall. They made their home in Westbrook for a time, moving to Minnesota Lake in 1946 and back to Westbrook in 1954. Mr. Sweeter worked at Boecks Garage in Westbrook and John Deere Implement in Minnesota Lake, Windom and Westbrook. He farmed in Dovray Township from 1950 until his retirement to Walnut Grove in 1977 where they still lived. He was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Westbrook. John passed away Wednesday, January 24, 1991, at the Redwood Falls Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Alice, of Walnut Grove; three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Mildred) Mershon of Wells, MN, Mrs. David (Carol) Passer of Crystal, MN, Ms. Annette Foster of Walnut Grove; one son, Donald Streeter of Bunker Hill, IN; 14 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Herbert (Phyllis) Lee of Big lake, MN. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Lloyd. Basil J. Heath Funeral services for Basil J. Heath were held Tuesday, January 8, 1991, 10:00 a.m. at First United Methodist Church, Huron, SD, with Rev. Steve Foss and Rev. Dar Berkenpas officiating. Marjotie I.;arson, organist, accompanied Randy Jacobson as he sang "Amazing Grace" and "How Great Thou Art". Casket bearers were Mike Coil, James Heath, Scott Nenaber, Clayton Quade, Mark Coil, LaMent Quade, Travis Nenaber and Anthony Quade. Interment was Tuesday, January 8, 1991, 3:30 p.m. at Jeffers Cemetery, Jeffers, MN, with Rev. Mark Bengston, officiating. Basil Heath died Saturday, January 5, 1991 at the Huron Regional Medical Center following two weeks in intensive care. He attained the age of 76 years, two months and five days. Basil J. Heath was born on October 30, 1914 at Fouda, IA to Richard and Lean (Minnmann) Heath. He moved with his family to Jeffers, MN when he was a child and received his education there. On September 4, 1938 he married Eleanor Gordon at Canton, SD. Following their marriage they farmed in the Jeffers area until 1950. He then worked for Lyle Storbeck for twelve years. From August 1962 until January 1980 he worked as a bulk deliveryman for James Valley Co-op and was most recently the manager of the Lincoln Square Apartments. Basil was a member of the First United Methodist Church and the Huron Elks Lodge #444. He was preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Barbara Ann; one sister, and one brother. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor of Huron; three sons, Ronn Heath and his wife Esther of St. Cemetery. Charles Richard Hudson, age 69, passed away at the Tracy Municipal Hospital on Monday, January 21, 1991 after a lingering illness. He was born on January 21, 1923, at Tracy, MN, one of five children born to Howard and Edith Fredericks Hudson. Chuck, as he was known to his friends, attended Tracy High School. In 1938 he began working with the C.C.C. at J. Cook State Park at Thompson, MN. He entered the U.S. Navy in 1941 and served on the U.S.S. Salt Lake City. He served in the Alleutian Islands, the Philippines, and on Okinawa and was discharged in 1945. On February 6, 1948, he was united in marriage to Angeline Sammons in Brookings, SD and they have made their home in Tracy since. In years past, Churck worked with the railroad, G & R Electric and Thorson Construction. He also worked as a janitor at the Tracy School as well as a bus driver and before his retirement in 1985, he had been a city employee for 30 years. He was a member of the American Legion, the V.F.W. and the Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Angle, Tracy; one daughter, Mrs. James (Charlotte) Cooley, Westbrook, MN; two sons, Bruce Randall Hudson with the U.S. Marines in Okinawa, Scott Lee Hudson, Tracy; 7 grandchildren; 2 special children; 3 sisters, l Iae Radtke, Walnut Grove, Lela Longstrom, Mound, and Dorothy Overbey, Aguila, AZ. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother. Dareld Deutschman Funeral services were held for Dareld Arthur Deutschman Saturday, January 19, 1991 at Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, St. Paul, MN. Pastor Brian Mortenson officiated at the 2:00 p.m service. Dareld was born July 16, 1937 at Slayton, MN and died January 15, 1991 at the age of 53 years. Survivors include his wife, Marian; sons, Thomas, Duane and Kevin; daughter and son-in-law, Laura and Allen Hagfors; grandchildren, David and Robert; parents, Arthur and Bertha; and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Margaret Deutschman. For complete and qualified Auction Service " At,c '-ib Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 or 763-3467. The Sound that Sellsl Residents Agree Grove Apartments is a great place to live! Meet Signe Sykora Signe said, "1 like all the friendly people here. The apartments are so nice and the people are helpful too!" Grove Apartments: We're Where You Belong! 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