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Lake, MN; Marlys Henrietta $22.00. Peters, St. Paul, MN; Judith Marie No MN D.L.: Curtis Wayne Bacher Dahl, Dassel, MN; Cotton, Windom, MN - $55.00, Timothy Jay Dunkelberger, perform 8 hrs. STS. Windom, MN; Manuel Zamorano, Parked in handicap area: Mountain Lake, MN $55.00 - Scott Marjoxje Blackwell, Mountain M. Warwick, Omaha, NE; Arnold Lake, MN - $110.00; Angela Berhnard Berntson, Storden, MN Suzon Lillevold, St. James - "~~0J: ~.t~ ~ $65.00 - Thomas Lynn Rehnelt, $110.00. fi.~y[ Windom, MN. Parked over 36 hrs: Dennis Fail to yield: Sam Cornelius Banks Hall, Windom, MN - Harder, Mountain Lake, MN - $11.00; Paul John Voth, Windom, ~, i ' $55.00; Alvin Lee Vanderbrake, MN- $10.00. Windom, MN - $88.00. You have probably noticed our city officials ordered the Disobeyed stop sign: Thomas United States flag to be Installed on the light poles to show Joseph Prokosch, Comfrcy, MN - support for our troops in the Persian Gulf. Originally the flags $44.00; Duane John Henze, Mt. were purchased to be flown from Memorial Day to Labor Day Lake, MN - $44.00. each year, but the military action has prompted the city to Non eurr. reg: David Allen once again display Old Glory. When the flags were originally Rasmussen, Windom, Installed, it was necessary to make brackets for the light poles. The expense of making those brackets resulted in purchasing a less expensive flag for last summer. Many of those flags are now frayed and damaged and it was difficult for the crew to find enough flags for the present display. Mere durable flags will cost approximately $20.00 each, and Community Club President, AI Farber, suggested a flag fund be started to purchase the more durable flags to replace the damaged ones. It is a good idea. If any organizations or Individuals are Interested in contributing to such a fund, contact AI, he will have the Information organized soon. Boy Scout Troop 21 members will be selling First Aid kits for your automobile or truck during the next three weeks. Troop members will be calling on you to determine if you are Interested in purchasing the kits. Funds raised from the sales will be used to support the Scouts' camping trips, expense of badges, and other expenses they have during the year. Thursday, February 7 th at 7:00 p.m. the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School will bepresenting a program for the public featuring the Artist in Residence, Ray Dretske. Dretske has been working with the students at WWG Middle School this week incorporating "Computers in Music". He Incorporates computers and synthesizers in music composition and presentation. It promises to be an Interesting program. On Friday, February 8 at 2 p.m. another presentation will be held featuring original compositions students have created during the week long workshop. The public is Invited to attend both programs. Saturday, February 9, those talented Roaring Lions will resent their "Roaring Beauties" program at the WWG Middle chool Auditorium. The fun begins at 8 p.m. Better not miss this one! MN Open bottle - pass.: Vance Allen Dreke, Armstrong, IA - $110.00. DAR: John Duane Morgan, Windom, MN $220.00 (stayed $110.00), get legally licensed, have no s/s viol. 1 yr. Tracy Early Monday Night Westbrook Monday Night Women's Bowling l/21/91 Ladies Bowling 2/4/91 Al's Bar 16 - 4 Jenscn's Clippers 18 2 Hoyt Oil 13 - 7 Klasses Sales 15 - 5 Tracy Ins. 11 - 9 Rongstad's Ins. 11 - 9 Body Shop 11 - 9 VFW Aux. 11 - 9 Med. Club 9 I 1 Lloyd's Amoco 10 - 10 Tmcy Lanes 8 12 Boecks Const. 10 10 Serviceman's Dovray Manor 10 10 Center 6 14 Double D Bowl 9 11 Clover Farm 6 14 State Farm Ins. 8 12 Lichty Drug 7 13 High Series: SW State Bank 6 4 Lu Anderson 616 Elkhorn Inn 5 15 Millie West 560 Marge Heinrich 547 High Series: Gwen Anderson 526 High Games: Ramona I arson 526 Marge Heinrich 233 Gloria Doom 505 Lu Anderson 219 Jan Doubler 211 Monday, February 11th, the school will be holding their Science Fair from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. WWG Middle School students will be displaying their experiments at that time. Westbrook Saturday Night Sunday, February 10, there will be an Artists Appreciation Moonlighters---2/2/91 Day at the Windom Public Library. Artists from around the Hemmerts, Doris & area will be displaying their works. Included in the displays Micky 8 will be glass etchings by Joel McKinney of this community. A Abid 4 good opportunity to view Joel's artistic talents. Ericksons & Don't miss ordering your Girl Scout cookies. The Cookie Kingerys 4 Sale ends Sunday, February 10. High Games: Gwcn Anderson 197 Tracy Men's Thursday Vicki Earl 195 Night Bowling.--1/24/91 Hoyt Oil 12 - 8 Sharon Timgren 193 F & M Bank 12 - 8 Fcdde's Repair 12 - 8 Fox Electric 12 - 8 Tmcy Lanes 9 - 11 Homera 9 - 11 W. G. Legion 8 - 12 0 Med. Club 6 - 14 4 4 Mavis, Willis & Wordens 4 4 Horkeys & Peters 3 5 Kuehls & Singers 1 7 Men's High Series: Dave Stresemann 565 Irv Johnson 514 Micky Dumas 509 Wednesday and Thursday, February 13 and 14, Trinity Lutheran Church ladles are inviting all area ladles to their t oiltlng days. They will be quilting from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on se days. A pot luck dinner will be at noon. Everyone who likes to quilt is Invited to come and contribute their stitches. February is Boy Scout Month. Men's High Games: Dave Stresemann 232 Dave S tresemann 195 Wayne Singer 192 February 16-23 will be National FFA Week. Thursday, Feb. 7 the WWG Drama Department will present two performances of the one act play "Cagebird". One at 2:30 and the other at 5 p.m. at the High School Auditorium at Westbrook. Both performances are for students and public with admissl0n charge of $1.00. Favorite saving heard this week: Be good to Mother Earth - Good planets are hand to find! HAVE A GOOD WEEK! Cottonwood County District Court Broten, Windom, MN; Jeffrey Gerard LaFrance, Elysian, MN; Walter Jon Marks, George, IA; Michael Lee Klassen, Bingham January 25 - 31, 1991 Speeding: $44.00 - Lonny Dean (ISSN 8750 - 3905) Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J. Merchant Publishers Thomas Merchant Managing Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patrlcla Paterson Editor Madeline Alcorn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring lypesotter 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 Per 'tear Elsewhere in Minnesota - $16.00 Per Year Out of State - $20.00 Per Year Canada & foreign countries inquire at the Sentinel-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 par copy. Mail change of address notice to: Box 98, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADLINES: 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 Women's High Series: Darlene Amundsen 495 Diane Bunting 429 Mary Peters 422 Women's High Games: Darlene Amundson 208 Bey Busswitz 170 Diane Bunting 163 Westbrook Men's Thursday Night Bowling---I/31/91 VFW 39 - Double D Bowl 31 - Maynards 28 - Double D Cafe 21 - C&L 12 Funks 4 - High Series: Tim Timgrea Irv Johnson Don Stanch Leon Misehke High Games Tim Timgren Don Meier Mike Timmerman Westbrook Men's Tuesday Night--I/29/91 Double D Care 23 - - Lichty Drug 20 Elkhom Inn 15 Double D Bowl 14 High Series: Rod Gertner 576 Don West 570 Gary Sclmar 563 High Game: Lea Wakefield 234 Larry Muenchow 229 Ken Tietz 216 Tracy Men's Thursday Night Bowling---I/31/91 F& MBank 16 8 Fox Electric 16 8 Fedde's Repair 15 9 Hoyt Oil 14 10 W.G. Legion 10 14 Homera 10 14 Tracy Lanes 9 15 Med. Club 6 18 High Series: Don West 591 Dec Horn 573 Rod Genncr 569 High Games: LaMoine Meyer 225 Lonnie Homer 224 Rod Germer 224 i 14 Lamberton Tuesday Night 17 Men's Late League--I/29/91 432 1 Wally's Feeder Pigs 12 1/2 - Hoyt Oil & Convenience10 - 6 Greenwood 530 Nursery 8 - 8 526 Revere Coops 7 1/2- 8 1/2 516 Jerry's Sportsman 516 Bowl 5 - 11 Cactus Bar 5 11 WESTBROOK 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. Tue=day 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 859-2t20 31/2 212 High Series: 206 Jerry Field 622 201 Gene Hildreth 558 Roger Kleven 557 High Game: Wally Brown 235 Jerry Field 225 13 C-ene Hildreth 224 16 21 Lambertoa Tuesday Night 22 Ladies Izasue---l/29/91 High Series: Roy Hemmert 502 Micky Dumas 497 Dave Stresemann 497 High Games: Micky Dumas 205 Rick Fogel 200 Roy Hemmert 193 Rental Homes Available For all your Real Estate HIIII needs see enc' Walnut Grove, MN. Phone 859-2154 Betty's Beauties Rues Super Valu Wilson Trailer Repa Wabasso Build. Center J & L Variety Lamberton Dist. 10 6 9 7 9 7 7 9 7 9 6 10 High Series: Wanda Hoyt Sharon Pilaczynski Jody Knakmuhs 214 198 183 High Games: Jody Knakmuhs Kathy Knakmuhs Janice Coulter 512 496 495 Life Insurance Whocan you q.es s U? Roger Haar e Main Street Westbrook, MN 274-6164 SlalFimUle Ic mr Hme01~ emr m k SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, February 6, 1991 Dear friends, and small town lives and Your neighbors need your help. which arc so important Since one of the historically rich traditional values of rural society life is neighbor helping neighbor we turn to you for assistance. You undoubtably have heard of University of Minnesota leadership officials plans to close the University of Minnesota, Waseca College Campus. While in all honesty our Waseca community has the most to lose by this decision we also are convinced that this is not simply a Waseca issue. The whole of rural Minnesota society will lose in this continued erosion of valuable institutions and services to our out state citizen constituency. Losing an institution which serves a unique class of students seeking a two year or part time program emphasizing technical agricultural skills, which is located in the middle of our agricultural community of Southern Minnesota in the midst of some of the richest soil in the world would be a tragic loss. It will have an impact on the family farm development and support state and nation. It will negative impact on every agribusiness, main street business, school, chute family in our local nei If you share our concern write or call your local Senator and local U of M Board of member, the President and officials of the University and the Governor to concern and support be granted for a more diligent effort to study and ways to restructure and revive this most im educational institution too late. The decision by the Board of Regents is~ March so please act today. for your help, neighbor. Allan P. ELCA Private Industry Council gets job training performance award Marvin Einertson, Chief Elected Officials Board member, who represents Cottonwood County on the Chief Elected Officials Board, reported that the Southwest Minnesota PIe received a $57,443 award in federal funds for its high performance in job training programs. These federal funds are awarded by the State as part of the "Governor's Incentive Award" for maximum effectiveness. Einertson said that the award is based on performance on national standards such as percentage of persons placed in jobs, the quality of the jobs, and whether the workers are still on the job after a 13-week follow-up period. Southwest Minnesota ranked as a top area in the State on these factors and so received the performance award. James Bever, Private Industry Council member from Windom, who represents Cottonwood County on the Private Industry Council, said that this is the fifth consecutive year that Southwest Minnesota has been either first or second in the state and has received a major cash performance award. He said that this performance is especially important because many of the persons who were trained for jobs were welfare recipients who were now working. David Thompson, Executive Director of the job training programs, said that the extra funds would be used to help more Southwest Minnesota workers in need of job training. Emily Kleve, who directs the Job Training Office in Worthington, which serves Cottonwood County said low income families are for these job training She said that persons job training and for trained workers at 1-800-262-1441. Both Einertson artd complimented the PIC Worthington Office whose work over the year for this outstanding This is the second major the Southwest PIe has within the last month. weeks ago the PIC was first place nation-wide for one of the three best plans in the nation by the Associations of Private Councils. The first successful elevator was install Demarest City in 1889. PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Complete Auction Rich Reiner Springfield Sleepy Ph. 723-5243 Ph. Call us collect. Your cost for 81/2 11 copies Prices are for the same orlgtnal I )les - I I -1 cea, Your cost for 11 x 17 copies Prices are for the same original I pies - Copies can be made on both sides of the sheet, and we have several colors available for slightly higher Westbrook Office. 621 1st Ave. Westbrook, MN.