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'e TEN YEARS AGO Febrnary 5,19151 tops leader: 1980 Tops Van DeWiele explains the Leader's office to who will assume on Monday, February 16, r the Evening Chapter. Pam over as Tops leader for w morning chapter on 16. Grove Ambulance to look over a different on Saturday, January Gerry Leonard gave an examination of the tires ambulance brought for the last Saturday. A lost roll of hay the road in front of the for six months training in the Air Force and at present is in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ocmreich of Revere recently received a letter of commendation for the fine cooperation and assistance given by their son, Robert Oestreich, ENS (SS). He has been on tim USS Hardbead at New Lon&m, CT His assistance in the installation of the Prairie Masker Ship Alt on board the USS Hardhead was conm outed willingly and beyond the scope of normal duty. FORTY YEARS AGO February 8, 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Saelens and Lois Ann, Mr and Mrs. Charles TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO last Wednesday Stearns, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sgt. A tr Cn en, HamackandMissDelorisCoultreo visited at tim home of Mr and Mrs. LeAnn of Duluth were Frank Saelens Monday evening guests at the Leonardcomplimenting the birthday of Mrs Frank Saelem. Mr and Mrs. Elton Lund and Danny and Mrs Arthur Lurid left Saturday morning for California to visit relatives. Misses Naomi and DeLoris v 3, 1966 was elected of the Walnut Grove Student Body for the year at the election guests of Mac Radtke. Leonard and Dorothy Grunden have received word that their great niece, Barbara Keal, RN, of Topeka, KS left January 27, 1991 for Saudi Arabia. Dorothy Grunden attended Christian Workers Circle on Wednesday at the Lamberton Church of Christ. Mrs. Darrel Franz and Lisa visited a few days last week in the home of Elwood and Virginia Dahlgren. Bill and Joan Baxter were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Sandy and Mary Ann Alcorn home. Added evening guests were Ed and Marlene Polejewski of Taunton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gremmert of Redwood Falls were Sunday afternoon visitors of Lydia Addison. Harry and Marge Bakken spent Sunday in Hutchinson visiting with their granddaughter, Tanya Herder, who goes to school in Hutchinson. Friday, February 1, 1991, Floyd and Eldora Bakken had dinner with their brothers and sisters at the Red Rooster Cafe, in observance of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cad Arnold were Joe and June Boerboom. of Mimmapolis spent the Helen Buterbaugh and Opal week end at the home of Mr and Larson visited with Dorothy Sanbo Mrs Oscar Steffen. at Tracy on Sunday. Lt. and Mrs. Howard O. Egge Chester and Iiamay Addison and children are now at San was elected chief Antonio, TX. He first went to Walnut Grove Fire Canute Field, IL and was at the organization's transferred to San Antonio. Weber were added guests. Monday evening. son of Mr. and Kleven left January 22 Milroy SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, February 6, 1991 I Dorie Charbonneau spent from Friday to Monday at the Jean Smith home in Canby. Friday they attended a band concert at the University of Morris in Morris. Her grandson, David Smith, is a member of the band. Charles and Vonnie Tomasek spent from Friday to Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Tom and Sherri Patzer and twins Amanda and,Ryan, in Mitchell, SD. Inga Tuness spent Tuesday with her brother, Oscar Solseth at the Marshall Hospital. Inga and her niece, Mrs. John Molle, took Oscar to the Minneota Manor where he became a resident. Rev. and Mrs. Don Comnick were last Sunday supper and overnight guests with their son-in- law and daughter, Randy and Mary Morken and granddaughter, Rachel in Alexandria. Edith Ousky spent ten days visiting at the Karl Knudsen home in Eagle Lake, Henry Bruender home in Mankato and with her daughter and family the Steve Welus in Albert Lea. Mandy and Matthew Zwach spent the past week with their grandparents, while their parents were on a vacation. The Jim Forbregds of Tracy and were Wednesday evening dinner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parish had guests at the L.J. Kossel home at dinner at Aunt Nellies in Marshall Sanborn Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sunday and the Forbregds spent Granddaughter excels at Florida school the afternoon at the Parish home. Lillian Petersen attended the funeral of Isador Peltier at the Catholic Church in Cottonwood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Beebout and children of Granite Falls were last Doris Thompson and her daughter, Carol Scholla from St. Francis and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler from Delhi in the Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bruns, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Norcutt of Sanborn spent Friday to Monday with Mrs. Ann Rolland and Jennie and Mr. and Mrs. Mike McAdams and Mathew in Hayward, WI. Mrs. Gary Pascher of Springfield spent Tuesday with Mrs. Irene Dallmann. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wurscher's Monday evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Macht, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilbertson and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brau of Arlington spent Thursday with her mother Mrs. Mary Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shemon visited the Jim Shemons in Spicer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Raddatz of Wood Lake were Gene Shemons Saturday visitors. Don Johnson of Damascus, MD, who was in Tracy tending to his deceased father, Astor Johnson's, business, visited Astor and Helen Lovald Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Schneiders and two boys of Northfield spent several days with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rohlik. Visitors at the Rohlik home Saturday evening were the Mark Rohliks of Seaforth, Mrs. Becky Hengel and children and the Remi Rohliks. Mrs. Milly Jensen, Mrs. Rosie Dudgeon and Mrs. Ann Johnson spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson in rural Milroy. Mrs. Johnson had fallen and broke her leg previously. Jonah and Justin Holmberg from Montgomery were weekend guests of their grandparents, Edgar and Ruth Olson. Video/Audio Showcase Library The Regional Arts Council's Video/Audio Showcase Library is designed to give Minnesota Presenters and others easy access to the work of Minnesota Touring Artists. The showcase tapes are available year round at the 11 Regional Arts Councils located throughout the state. Pre senters or interested people can call or stop by to reserve the tapes. Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities viewing or listening to these tapes you are interested in some of the artists, contact them directly We would also like to urge you to see the artist in a live performance. You will then have a better feel for the artists you are interested in and how to properly present them to your community. The goal of the Showcase Library is to increase interest in the Touring Artists of Minnesota. The ) Saturday supper guests at the home Council is the Regional Artstape formats are VHS or Audio WALNUT GROVE --- Emma of his mother, Olga Beebout.Council serving the 18 counties of Cassette and they have been Good is very proud of her 42 attended the catered dinner southwest Minnesota. The divided into the disciplines of evening supper guests Otto and Laura Hildebrandt at St. granddaughter, Kerri, daughter of sponsored by the Milroy Senior SMAHC office is located at Dance, Theater, Music, and Opera. est and Eldora Maas PaulsLutlw, nmChurchatGaylord. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Good of Citizens at the Legion Hall Southwest State University, Social If you have further questions ahout Mr. and Mrs Art Maas, Thursday evening Mr and Mrs. Cocoa Beach, FL, and rightfully Tuesday. Science Building # 231, Marshall, the Video/Audio Showcase Tapes, Mrs. Bruce Maas and Wayne and Virginia Kramer and MN 56258. Telephone (507) 537- contact the SMAHC office. and Mrs An Maas and Mr. andMrs. Lowell so .LarryMaas Sehmiesing were guests at the Mr. lnanewscli l i n gsenttoEmma Karen of Arlington were last1471or Toll Free l-800-622-5284. The Video/Audio Tape Y, Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Marvin Arends home at recently, Kerri s outstanding Sunday dinner guests at the Lyle The Video/Audio Showcase Showcase Library has been made a, Mr. and Mrs. LuVern Wabasso. They celebrated Mrs. contribution.s to Cocoa Beach High Kramer home. Library should be viewed as a possible with funding from The Mr. and Mrs. Jim 'binhday. School were lavishly reported. The Percy Christensens of beginning step to selecting artists McKnight Foundation. This is a g, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sadie Swanson accompanied Kerri is a senior at Cocoa Beach Kensington visited with Earl and for your community. Each tape is project of SMAHC and the tg, Dan and Rod, also Mrs. Betty Dobson of Tracy and this year and her leadershipLilly Christensen and with the Roy only a 5 minute segment of the Regional Forum (Regional Arts drs. Mark Nerdahl and spent Thursday and Friday visiting qualities have been apparent all C. Christensens last Sunday.artist's or company's work. If after Councils in Minnesota.) Montevideo. Verna Giese and Fern her cousins, Viola Warriner and during her high school career. ty dinner guests at the Mrs. Lola Hermanson, at Amelia, She will receive five varsity Christensen attended the Marshall letters: volleyball, softball, soccer, Senior Dining Monday. They SheriWs Association. ldandAliceMaas, DeLoresMaydra Maas home i andLarry Griffith at Cherokee, tennis, and cheerleading mascot, visited Gladys Smith at the t, Doug and Diane announces scholarships m and family, Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Randy this year. Her competiveness, team Marshall nursing home. VanMaanen and family of Leota spirit, and desire to win have made Brainerd Datwyler returned to las and family They were Sunday afternoon visitors of her one of the top athletes in his home Monday from the Sheriff Jerry Luttman of The Scholarshi i, . p --, .is several sports in the Cape Coast Marshall Hospital where he had Comml "-d Jared Maas' 6th her parents Dwight and Gloria Conference according to Cocoa had major surgery. Redwood County announced to .y makingits selection of awards guests at the DonaldJacobs. me commencement ot the intends to achieve renre nmtinn Swenson home were Tuesday afternoon visitors at Beach High School Athletic Minnesota State Sheriff's "- A m n h rom au geograpmcat areas ot me Director, Mike Guady. The Bible Study groups of Our ssoc" t'o Sc olarship program d JoAnn Swenson and the Mr. and Mrs. Art Kranse home Hor.ahilities are not only in the Savior's Lutheran Women met last for 1991, Sheriff Luttman proudly state. A pphcattons will be .re.cetved ' Cleveland, MN. Added va~mMr, and Mi~ Bill Elehtmr of athletic field, however. SheThursday. Faith at Verna Gieseannounced that the MSSA has un.u.t r,e.omar~, x~ ot each year, Wltll scnotarsm s oemg awarded . .and supper guests were Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs. became a senator for the Student home with Millie Comnick, leader; established a scholarship fund cp , by May 1st ot me same year Deb Pacholl and WallaceKranseofLamberton. Government Association in her Comfort at Evelyn Brakke home totaling, for the awarding of 15 - . Tuesday afternoon Art Maas junior year, and was electedwith Dona Petersen, leader; $500 scholarshins this year It was Appncalaon forms arm a statement gLessman was a Sunday and Lowell Schmiesing visited Mr. treasurer of that body for her senior Wimess at Lillian Petersen home i "G/OeA,oo of procedures is available. ato the guest at the John and and Mrs. Lawrence Wille and year. She maintains all financial with Lillian, leader. Scholarship Program, which is . . . Ke OWooO uounty 3nerlllS OlilCe, anson home. Merle Eid at Valley View and business records for the Julie Steffen and sons of sponsored by the 87 Sheriffs on scholars hipsare only to stu.dents m one ot me tOllOWlng categories Mrs. Hilding Swan of Apartments and Harold Nissel at Student Government Association, Wabasso visited her parents, the Minnesota, will be expanded in the visited Ida Johnson Valley View Manor, Lambenon.includin$ collecting and Ray Duntermans last Sunday. years to come. 1. Mandated Skills Pro afternoon at her Grove Wednesday Alice Mans was a distributing the money. Last 2. Two-year Law En J a ment In the evening they Ole and Lena Days at Rev. and Mrs. Don Comnick guest in the Bruce Maas home. summer, she was one of thirteen visited Earl Hanske at the Tracy Mrs. Dale Lorenz Monday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jamsstudents, selected from 600 who Hospital Monday. dr and Mrs. Albert of Vesta were visitors in the applied, from Brevard County, FL, at Worthington Sunday Loretta Larsm home. who spent the summer as student |. Mary Prechel, Tom and Joyce ambassadors to the Soviet Union. ucan Mr. and Mrs. Dale visited IAllian I.avicky Monday at Her other outstanding qualities Shirley Lorenz were Marshall included maintaining a 3.6 grade at the John and Ellen Sunday evening guests at thepoint average, holding the rank of Agnes Ousky played her Jennifer home at Dwight and Gloria Jaeobs home omega in chorus, and she is a $2- accordion Tuesday at the Heritage were Mr. and Mrs. William Dugan staff member in ROTC, fourth in Apartments birthday party, Mr. and Mrs. Art Darleen and attended Wedding anniversary of Save 6% at Pioneer Days 5-9, 1991 lmmr Salm & Greg ml ,@ la~K)OUCT8 dnctmlm trademalk ol Fi0mw Inc. of Westbrook. Mrs. Evelyn Holbmok and Bill of Redwood Falls were Wednesday visitors of DeBates. Kathy Manuel of Maple Lake, Jean Manuel of Tracy, Paul DeSmith and Greg De.Smith were Sunday evening guests of Dorothy DeSmith. Marvin and Patty Nicolai of Bminea-d were weekend visitors of Art and Reva Doubler. command out of 18, in charge of public relations. WG School Lunch Menu---Feb. 11 - 15 Breakfast: Monday --- French toast sticks, Josh Murray of Richfield spent bacon, fruit, milk. the weekamtwith Victoria and Jeff Tuesday -- Cereal w/milk, trust, juice. Wednesday -- Pancake rollups, syrup, fruit, milk. Mm~. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Albertson and Carrie Oilb were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Vickerman home in Redwood Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Giersdorf of Lamberton and Mr. and Mrs. Elden Dammann of Sanhom were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mildred Otto was a Friday noon dinner guest of Louise and Dick Stelter of Tracy. Bill and Twyla Otto, Troy, Tim and Jeff Otto were Sunday dinner Thursday --- Pancakes, sausage links, fruit, milk. Friday-- Ham and cheese on English muff-m, fruit, milk. Lundl: Monday -- Pizza burger or chicken patty on bun, tater tots, rice crispy bars, fruit, milk. Tuesday -- Soup and sandwich, crackers, fruit rollups, fresh vegies/dip, fruit, milk. Wednesday -- Ash Wednesday. guests of Mildred Otto. Cheese pizza, lettuce salad, granola Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Wahl of Ctmie, Mrs. Lisa Sanow and Jacob bars, fruit,milk. Thursday-- Valentine's Day. of Montevideo and Mac Radtke BBQ's, french fries, grated cheese, were Sunday [guests in the Ernie fruit, Valentine calm, milk. Johnson home m Mr. and Mrs. Brace Hudson Friday-- Fish wedges, mashed and of Okinawa, Japan, Mrs. potatoes, green beans, b/b, fruit, Angie Hudson of Traey, Mr. and milk. Mrs. Bill Radlke of Tracy and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Wahl of Currie were Wednesday evening dinner Glass Installed Headquarters for all Glass Replacement -ALL CARS & TRUCKS- Klasse Sales & ServiCe 274-6166 Westbrook, MN. honoring Pauline Christensen on her 93rd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Castle Norcutt returned from a weeks stay in Clayton, GA and en route home they visited Mrs. Chas Dagner in Lamberton Wednesday. Irma Norcutt and Donna Dudgeon returned Sunday after a few days in Las Vegas. Earl Hanske, who has been a patient in the Tracy Hospital, entered the Tracy Nursing Home Friday. His daughter, Cynthia Erickson and her son, John, from Issaquah, WA spent a few days with him and Mrs. Hanske. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jensen returned January 24th after spending about three months with their son and daughter-in-law, Jeff and Jill Jensen in Federal Way, WA. They visited the Calvin Zieskes in Redwood Falls Saturday and Sunday they and Marcella Berg of Wabasso were supper guests at the Garnet Zieske home in rural Redwood Falls. Marcella spent Wednesday through the weekend at the Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Saxton had Wednesday supper with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Saxton in Wabasso. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jaeger of rural Lamberton spent Wednesday evening with Chet Saxtons. Mrs. LaVon Jensen had noon lunch with Mrs. Elvi Johnson in Redwood Falls. She also visited STEFFEN ELECTRIC SERVING THE WALNUT GROVE AREA SINCE 1939 Farm & Home Wiring Appliance Sales & Service Walnut Grove, MN. Phone 859-2114 The members of the Minnesota State Sheriffs Association give recognition to the lack of financial assistance available to students attending the mandated peace officers skills course or two/or four year law enforcement degree school. The policy adopted by the MSSA indicated that it was their feeling that enforcement of the law in a democratic society is a complex task The ability of a peace officer to render effective service responsive to the public's need depends heavily upon job knowledge and skills. The MSSA recognizes the importance of pre- entry training to the accomplishment of the requisites. It also recognizes that some candidates need outside help in meeting the costs of such training, even though they excel academically. To that end, the Association stands ready to offer financial assistance in the form of these scholarships, as funds will allow. Program 3. Vocational-Technical Police Program 4. Four-year College Criminal Justice Course Students meeting this criteria are invited to obtain a scholarship application blank from the Sheriff's office and to actively participate in the competition. I& M Phone 859.2634 2 miles South - 2 1/4 miles East of Walnut Grove, MN. MAIN GROVE, 859-2504 Let them know how you feel. O Thursday, Feb. We want to help make this a special day with a variety of special arrangements, fresh flowers, roses, 45 d fferent varieties of blooming and Qreen plants, cards, special valentine balloons. Stop In & see what we have to offer. Thank you for your continued support. 0