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I I Library Walnut Grove TOPS Madonna R Pohl and Kevin P. 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Maas exchanged their marriage 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. vows on Sattn'day, July 28, 1990 at 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon1,169 will meet each Monday at,the,'" St. Peters Catholic Church in 9:00 a.m. - 12 noonCommunity Building at 6:30 - 6:45 : p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from " Forest Lake, MN. Parents of the 6:45 -7:15 p.m. couple are Robert and Mary Pohl of Forest Lake, MN and Doris Education Maas Grinde of Tracy, MN and the - Basic English, late Paul J. Maas. skills, preparation for Keenagers test, etc. taught with WALNUT GROVE -- Lisa Franz graduates father,The worebride'a simpleeSC rtedwhitebY silkher learning plans. Classes Keenagers potluck dinner at the from Eastern Ilhnols dress with a cascade train of her Community Center, Tuesday, own design a knee-length veil tuesday and Thursday February 12th. Bingo in fheUniversity made by her sister, Laosel Pohl. 7:00Elementary. 9:00 p.m.computerat the ternoon. Come join us, everyone Lisa Franz graduated from The dress had a sweetheart fee for classes orwelcome. Members bring gifts for Eastern Illinois University in neckline, fitted bodice, elbow- , F~)~" more information prizes. December, 1990. She will do length sleeves and open V-shal~l ,f i kHigh SchoolOffice auditing work for the U.S. back, The bride also carried a ' or Eunice Christensen, Blood Pressure Clinic Department of Housing and Urban bouquet of white and yellow roses , 74-6491). WALNUT GROVE--Walk-in Development in Chicago, IL. accented with stephanotis and Blood Pressure Clinic will be Lisa is the daughter of Mr. and trailing ivy arranged in a loose 71 Tuesday, February 12th from 12 Mrs. Darrel' Franz and the cascade. The bride's father wore a 'TOPS noon to 2:00 p.m. at the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. black tuxedo. nay TOPS Club No. 1336Community Center in Walnut Elwood Dahlgren of Walnut Matron ol honor was Carmelle ;Very Wednesday in the Grove. " Grove. Debbins, of Houghton, M], friend ttof.Our Savior's Lutheran of the bride. Bridesmaids were weagh in from 5:00 - 5:30 Redwood County Nico]e Lindaman on Julianne Pohl, Laurel Pohl, of St. ' n eeting from 5:30.6:00 American Legion The Redwood County Council, Dean'sList Paul, MN, both sisters of the bride, and Becky Maas, of Minnetonka, American Legion will meet at The Provost's Office of Bethel MN, sister of the groom. Personal Belview on Thursday, February14, College of St. Paul, MN, is attendantwasMichelleBrennan, of bachelors buttons. lPressureClinic 1991. This will not be a joint releasing the fall semester Dean's St. PauI, MN. The best man was Charles Maas " trAY--Free Blood meeting with the Auxiliary. LisL Nicole Lindaman, daughter of The matron of honor and of St. Cloud, MN, brother of the Clinic at Doway Senior Gene and Jan Lindaman of bridesmaids wore tea length cotton groom. Groomsmen .were Eric I Center Wednesday, Redwood County Westbrook, was named to thefloral print dresses with blue and Johnson, of Eagan, MN, James Y 13th from 2 - 4 p.m. Diabetes Association Dean's List having achieved at yellow flowers and green ivy on a Anderson, of Walnut Grove, MN, Ardis Haugen. The Redwood County Diabetes least 3.50 grade point average white background. The dresses had both friends of the groom and Association, Chapter of ADAM, (based on a scale in which 4.00 = full skirts, fitted bodices, short Steven Pohi, of Mankato, MN, Maerican will meet oo Monday, February 11, A) for the just completed semester slee ;es and sweetheart necklines, brother of the bride. The ushers itxiliary 1991 at the Redwood Falls Family Nicole is majoring in Each attendant also wore pearl were George Rapaich, of St. Paul, ay American Legion Food Gallery at 5:00 p.m. (Please elementary education. " pendant necklaces and earrings Y will have their regular note change of time). Dorie Oja, given to them by the bride. The MN, and Jeff Otto, of Walnut Grove, MN, both friends of the at Dovray Sr. CitizenMS, RD,CDE will address the attendants carried bouquets of groom. The groomsmen and hers thursday, Feb. 14 at 2 topic of 'Menu Reading Made Ardis Haugen. Easy We will order off menu at Tommy Lee i yellow and white daisies, blue wore white tuxedo jackets, black Hutchinson. bachelors buttons and green ivy. 5:30 and" eat at 6:00 p.m. Dutch The matron of honor also carried bow ties and cummerbunds, yellow Treat. yellow roses in her bouquet, silk pocket squares and black IROOK----Card Party on Dean's List The mother of the bride wore a pants. Their boutonnieres were at the Senior Center Tommy Lee Hutchin n RR1 blue chiffon dress with a tea made of yellow roses, baby's 12 (Note change ofRedwood AreaGrief Box 15, Revere, MN ,s on length, handkerchief hem. The breath andivy ThegroomworeaCpr em l;2(l ndeSm!Rhe:Ce s! :]Sys ts/n a honeymoon in the will be Mr. Support Group Concordia College Deans List for mother of the groom also wore a white tuxedo with tails. The and Hilton The Redwood Area Grief the 1st Semester 1990-9L Tommy tea length blue chiffon dress. Both groom's boutonniere was a yellow Support Group will be meeting is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold mothers wore corsages of yellow rose, baby breath and stephanotis. Thursday, February 21, 1991, at Hutchinson. orchids, stephanotis, and blue Serving as host and hostess at 4.'00 p.m. in the Adult Day Care at ub the Redwood Fails Hospital. The ---G.F.W.C. Group welcomes anyone who has MN State fall quarter Club will meet at the experienced a significant loss in Jans, Wednesday, their lives in the past few months honor high honor lists 5th at 8:00 p.m. (note or yeaxs. There is no cost. For more announced Program - Cake information, contact Marie Smith a small frosted at637-2969. The Academic High Honor lists Janie Marie Holliday and for the past fall quarter at Mankato Bradley JoB Menk were married State University have been October 6, 1990, at Messiah Trinity Lutheran announced by Dr. Richard Crofts, Lutheran Church, North Mankato. Christian Quilting Days vice presiden for academic affairs. Pastor Jeffrey Callander officiated I Club,WALNUT GROVE---Trinity A total of 706 students qualified at the 5:30 p.m. ceremony. Christian Women s Lutheran ladies are inviting all for the High Honori -lisf Parents of the couple are Dave invites you to a 9:30 ladies from all area churches to achieving a 4.0 straight "A" and Marie Holliday, Winnebago 6n February 14, 1991 join them for Quilting Days on average while 1,300 students and Roger and Jacque Menk, n Legion Club in Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 13 earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to North Mankato. I, and 14, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 1: nch" will feature Potluck at noon. qualify for the Honor list. q'o Maid of hono was Vickie qualify for academ .! nors, Holliday, .sister,ofithe bride, by Gall Schaffer, tc,"Songs From the Sew-So Club mderBzaduate stt. e ats must be McDonald,Winnebag andfriendlX Stoir,thel a Wasgroom,Paul :, enrolled for at least 12 credit hours Chisholm. a r, osiaK ann WALNUT GROVE---Sew-So for a grade Wenner, mother of 2, Club will meet at the home of Local students included on the Flower girl and ringbearer were and former Hazel Enstad on February 14, high honor list (4,0) are: Jay Darin Jenna and Ross Melby, That Touch 1991. Parker and Tiana Knudson, Minnetonka, niece and nephew of for nurse and American Legion Auxiliary Revere; Daniel Dean Peterson, the groom. Walnut Grove. Ushers were James Holliday, be made by Feb. 12, WALNUT. GROVE --- Local students included on the brother of the bride, Cheyenne, :lla ions by Feb. 13, American Legion Auxiliary honor list (3.5 - 3.9) are: Gwen WY and l-Iamld Hendricks, friend call Florence Peterson " meeting will be Tuesday, February Marie Weber, Revere; Briatl John of um groom, . ! Jo Alink 831-5608, Jan 12, 1991. Peterson, Cynthia L. Schultz' and Personal. atte.ndants were Cindy I 274-5286, or Edna . . . Todd Alan Tim en. We t t ggert, Mankato ann naron 7-3871 If cancellation gr . s broo Christian, Amboy. r.u m oy weunesaay Pastor Jeffrey Callander was are requested to pay for oayatwmoom,soloist, companied by Barbara ation. Library Hector. The son san we= Westbrook Commumty, Weddin "He has ho en You Windom Friends of the Library I Education notes for "The a =ing". al nsion Club Board will be sponsoring their 5th Last for Gum will be After a reception at Shoreland ii Extension will hold Artists Recognition Day at the February6th Closed""-'(lue toLent Country Club in St. Peter, the Carl Nelson Valentine supper at Windom Public Library on Sunday Hardanger ,l ss to beg'incouple is home at 50 Hilltop Lane WALNUT GROVE---Services :Y Manor, February 10. afternoon, February 10th from 2:00 February 12th # 11, Mankato, for Carl V. Nelson, 79, of Revere t or guests welcome.' 5:00 p m. There is no admission " - Bradley is me ason ot ny meeting will be at charged and cookies and coffeeS gn-up for Sttr-Fry For Men School Board Association. He was were held Friday, February 1, o, m ano trene M rm, westmoo,: anu a charter member of the Sleepy 1991, 10:30 a.m. at Trinity Steen home February 12 will be served. v .I. toto h P.m. Lesson on nutrition Artists participating will be: Registration deadline February Eye Golf Club and was active in Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove 19th t.am rton, the Sleepy Eye A.F.$. Program and with burial in the Walnut Grove e.rcise for the elderly Jane Cartwright, Windom - S'ign-up for Basket Weaving, . the Minnesota Barbers Cemetery. Mr. Nelson died welcome, scherenschnitte (paper cutting). Saturday, March 2rid, 9:00 - 1:00. i[" ] t-v alrlo Association. Swanee was inducted Monday, January 28, 1991, at Joel McKinney, Walnut Grove "- Deadline February 26th. glass etching, into the Sleepy Eye Bowling Hall Valleyview Manor Lamberton. rmers Matt Herman, Windom - - of Fame and was an avid stamp He was born September 26, I ~ I 3 I lag sketches, collector. He enjoyed fishing, 1911, in Manlius, IL, to Paul and tl .-axYme Union meetin Mary Ostazeski Johnson He is survived by a son, Curlin with his family to Revere. He Mmeapom - wa r color. Senior Nutrition e Swanson traveling, and people. Olive Nelson. In 1912, he moved on . . La,; and his wife, Carol, of Eagle Lake, attended District # 57 School and Revere Public School. From 1942 at the Vincent Maryann Harder, Mountain Services Funeral services held forMN; daughters, Diane and to 1946, he served in the U.S. Ii " " Lake-paintings. WALNUT GR VE --- Senior Laverne J, "Swanee Swanson husband, Jeff Saari of Morn, MN Army as an amphibtan tractor Gary Romsdahl, St. James -Nutrition Servic serving a[ tlte Wednesday, January 30, 1991 at and LuAnn and husband, Bill ceramics (wild life). ,Community Center at 11:30 a.m. Trinity Lutheran Church Sleep,Koetter of Ashburn, VA; 8 driver in the Paeifm Theater. He each operating day. Eye, biN. Reverend Run Preimant grandchildren; an A.F.S. daughter - wa a farmer. He was a member of !L & TRIBUNE PAGE! ! ll--Winter officiat atth ll:0Oa,m, servic . JemliferCockeram, Mrs. Michael the Congregational Church in Walk, 10:15 Spaghetti,"The organist was Hazel Loper. BedgerotNewZealand. W Grovetmtil 1955, whenh Wm brook, MN-W Irmmluy, r- ruaWS, vegetable, relishti~y, applesance Casketbeare~wereDarylBelgs, became a member of Trinity Tuesday, February 12-- io Arlan Miller, Robert Schwint, Swanee was preceded in death Lutheran Church. MEALSITE. Keeratgers potlnelL Eugene Swanson, Richard by his parents, his wife Leona in He is survived by his brother, 1985, a brother Dwaine Swanson Wednesday, February 13--Fish, Swanson, Kennem wanson. and a sister Colleen Swanson both Oliver, of Revere. mashed potatoes, beans, trOlHeal Interment was at Home Cemetery, in a 1942 car accident. He was preceded in death by his SlaYton Auction . parents and two sisters. salad. Sleepy Eye, MN. , Thursday, February 14--- Laverne Joseph Swanee" . Barn "Valentines Day". We will serve Swanson, age 71 of Sleepy Eye, "" "'" "' tllclassesoflivestoek, at the Grove Apartments. Ham MN died Saturday, January 26, Residents Agree Grove Apartments w/raisin sauce, baked potatoes, 1991 in Quartzside, AZ. iS a great place to livel delicorn, muffin. He was born Jane 23, 1919 in & Straw 12:00 Friday, February 15---Chicken, Walnut Grove, MN to Gust A. and 1:00 mashed potatoes, tossed salad, Anna (Johnson) Swanson. Swanee sherbet, graduated from Walnut Grove Sidle said, "! Bonded for Meals include bread, butter, High School and-then went to " milk and coffee. Cards are played Barber College in Minneapolis. On like all the YOur protection, every morning at 10:00. Anyone November 21, 1940 he married friendly people 836-6244 60 or older may participate in the Lcona Nelson in M .rat'.ray meals by calfing JoAnn Bertschi After their marriage mey nven m here. The (home 859-2469) at the Minneapolis for a short time, then apartments are Community Center, 859-2135 at in Slavton for 3 years, and since so nice and the NOW AVAILABLE least one day prior to attending. 1944 he has lived in Sleepy Eye, Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by MN where he own and operated people are 1 - 1 Bedroom Apt. contribution. Swanee's Barber Shop until retiring bmta.ed 1 - 2 Bedroom Apt. in 1983. Swanc was an active Meet Signe Sykora helpful too!" member of Trinity Lutheran one of the Bouth- Call Glenda Zupfer, mgr. Church and held many offices in body 859"2"0 : the church. He was a member of Grove Apartments: the Sleepy Eye Lion's Club and elmrate patnt Plum Creek To= ter's Oab and We're Where You Belong! all make - KIdkSSE Apartments offices in both organizations. Walnut Swanee served on the Sleepy Eye One unit now open! Service Grove, MN. Public SchOol Board for many 361 8th St. #106 Equ Hou, r years and served on committees for MN. o 0ortun the Minnesota State High School Walnut Grove 859-2489 League and the Minnesota State III IIII II IIIIIIlll III I I II II II I I Illllll II I