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After that nice 60 degree weather, we are plunged back to " winter. Last week temperatures dipped and winds blew typically causing some way below zero windchills. Yesterday and today, Monday and Tuesday, we are gelling a good supply of that white stuff again. About six Inches fell yesterday and there are clouds all over the sky giving us some flurries from time to time. Hopefully the wind blew Itself out last week - we don t need wind now. o Almost forgot! The Farm City AppreCiation Day will be held Thursday, February 21 at the Community Building. Serving starts at 11 a.m. HAVE A GOOD WEEK! International Falls residents organized a very nice event for last Sunday to support the troops in the Persian Gulf. It was even International in flavor with people from the United States and Canada joining hands across the International border on the Rainy River bridge at International Falls. About 600 were In the crowd that stretched across the quarter mile Sk)tatng bridge. They sang both the Canadian and the United es national anthems, prayed for their sons and relatives and all the forces fighting in Desert Storm. THEN -- horrors!!!, the group released about 150 yellow balloons into the sky! What a dlssster for our environment, and what a spoiler for such a beautiful event. It seems we just never listen to those who are constantly waming us of all the Inconsiderate things we humans do to ruin our earth. This corner has not checked on the law, but it was mentioned there has been a law passed in "Minnesota against releeslng balloons into the environment. Balloons are detrimental to birds, fish, and many smaller animals. They can cause Injuries and even death if they are consumed by wildlife. It is unfortunate the organizers of the International Cottonwood County District Court February 11 - 13, 1991 Speeding: $44.00 - Donavon Arnold Hellickson, Sanborn, MN; Arland Roger Moger, Dundee, MN; Daniel ~ Reynold, Currie, MN. $55.00 - Joel Peter Sutton, Bagley, MN; Jay Brian Johnson, Maple Grove, MN. $66.00 - David Karan, Webster, MN. $88.00 - Jeffrey Thomas Fredericksen, Mountain Lake, MN. hand holding didn't attend the Westbrook Walnut Grove Fail to display current tabs: Middle School Ecology Fair held last week. Our students are0 jfi-ed Garza, Mountain Lake, MH trying to get the message across to us. We should lend an ear - $22.00. and listen to what they are saying. Fail to stop for school bus: Redwood County Is offering dust treatment for dust Mildred Leone Roll. Windom, complete 32 hours of sis; no s/s viol. msd or g~ for 1 yr. No safety chains while pulling: John Maynard Roll, Bingham Lake, MN - $44.00. Expired plates: Glen Lewis Myrvold, Wilder, MN - $22.00. Non-current rezg-Dennis Hall, Jr Jackson, MN - a,a,4.00. Exp. Reg: Marie Elaine Oddson, Bingham Lake, MN - $22.00. DWI: Kevin Dale Cowell, St. James, MN - $770.00 (stayed $440.00) 90 days jail, stayed 60 days for 2 yrs supervised probation 2 yrs serve 30 days, complt 80 hrs in lieu of suspended fine, pay fine and ~ssmnis, enter & SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, 1991 High Series: use the agricultural materials Wayne Hutchinson 589 available in their libraries. Shorty Homing 576 Rural Minnesotans need Dale Fennern 569 to education and to the resources available to High Game: residents. The Waseca Wayne Hutchinson 257 programs, facilities, and Roger Kleven 224 provide that access. It Lewis Fick 215 foolhardy rural Minnesota to so Lamberton Tuesday Night close down the Waseca cam Ladies League--2J12/91 has a place within the state's Rues Super Valu15 9 education programs. Wilson Trailer Repair 14 10 204 8th Betty's Beauties 13 11 Waseca, MN Wabasso Build. Center 11 13 Kathryn Lamberton Dist. 10 14 718 10th J & L Variety 9 15 Waseca, MN High Series: ~ Dorothy Janice Doubler 196 RR2 Kathy Knakmuhs 194 Waseca, MN Nancy Tordsen 191 High Games: 1008 5th St. Mary Neperman 515 Waseca, MN Renee Nott 502 Janice Doubler 495 CPR instructor The Redwood Falls ' offering a CPR Control on gravel roads. If you have a trouble spot past your -$220.00. complt CD rmmt, abstinence, no Certification Course on home, make an application to the Redwood County Highway DAR: Jerry Wayne Myers, Jr msd/gn. 2 yrs. Department by April 1, 1991. - Butterfield, MN - $220.00, stayed No pi .2- 6a.m.: Stephan Ray February 26, 1991 from 5:45 Another Redwood County Highway event will be coming 30 days jail for 1 yr. Hanson, Lakefield, MN - $I0.00. to 10:0O p.m. and : amrd ly, up on MarCh 5 in Redwood Falls. That is the date set to hold I111 possess of revoked: Jerry Felony Auto theft: Joel 2, 1991 from 8:00 a.m. to Purrington, Windom, MN - 6 days Dear Editor: p.m. This 14 hour American the hearing for the five year planning on our county Wayne Myers, Jr Butterfield, MN jail, supervised probation for 5 highways. The meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. in the large -$110.00. University of Minnesota Central Association course is for IX who are currently cer6fied in mseting room of the courthouse in Redwood Falls. Anyone No ins: Jerry Wayne Myers, Jr yrs cmplt psychological eval. & Administration recommended to its Life Support (CPR) and wish havlng/nput on the county highway plans should attend. Buttcrfield, MN - 90 days jail, CD eval. follow recommendations, Board of Regents in January that certified as an insu'uctor. Pc GoodLuck Mathcounts Team In the competition on stayed 60 days for 1 yr serve 30 80 sis. the Waseca campus be closed. The who intend to be certified Thursday, February 21. ' days with Hubcr privileges, pay all NSF: Monica Easterday, Heron Regents will be making a decision Take Note: The Walnut Grove Community Club has fines of $330, do not operate veh. Lake, MH - $35.00, pay restitution on that recommendation dining its attend both classes and established a Flag Fund to purchase new flags. The new sturdier flags will replace the ones now In use that have become quite weatherworn. You may leave donations at Knakmuhs Insurance. If making out a check, make it payable to Community Club Treasurer. This Saturday, February 23, the Jaycees annual Elementary Basketball Tournament will be held at the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School auditorium. Fifth and sixth grade teams will be In competition with teams from Lamberton and St. Mary's, Tracy. Games begin at 9 o'clock. A schedule and Information Is printed elsewhere In the Sentinel unless leg. lie reg. ins no forthwith, have no s/s viol. of msd. msd/grt. 1 yr.; Marie Elaineor greater for 1 yr.; Bill (William) Oddson, Bingham Lake, MN - Jones, Westbrook, MN - $55.00, $330.00, 10 days jail, stayed 7 days Restitution $24.80. for 1 yr Serve 3 days, pay free or e March 7-8, 1991 meeting. State legislatures are also studying the issue and will be making decisions relative to Waseca during the next few months. There are many reasons why we oppose the recommendation to close the University of Minnesota, Waseca campus but we are particularly concerned about the instructors wishing are to attend the March 2nd only. Educators for this Vera Doidge, RN and Schweiss Anderson, RN, instructor trainers Heart Association. Con6nuing education credit registered nurses is available: includes a skill com Preregistration is required. loss of the UMW Library Tribune. collections and outreach services to persons should call Vera Tracy Early Monday Night In case you missed the letter to editor In last week's Westbrook Saturday Night Women's BowUng--Z/4/91 the state of Minnesota. The special 507-63%2907 to re#ster. collections have been shared with paper, there was a request from Children s Wish Foundation Moonlighters --2/16/91 Al's Bar 20 - 4 for get well cards to be sent to a terminally ill 7 year old boy. Hemmerts, Doris & TracyH yt Oil 16 " 8 networksState userslike throughWiRE, SMILE,library He wants to be In Guiness Book of Records for receiving the Micky 11 1 Ins. 15 192 most get well cards. If you missed the address, here it is: Mavis, Willis & Med. Club 12 TraverseLibrary, anddespALs.Si UXThroughRegi nalthese Craig Shergold % Children's Wish FoundatiOll, 3200 Perimeter Wordens 7 Center E Atlanta, GA 30346. Abid 5 75 Body Shop ] 1 - 13 networks the university's materials Tmcy Lanes 8 - 16 have reached students, farmers, The Annual World Day of Prayer in Walnut Grove will be Horkeys & Peters 5 7 Serviceman's business people, government held at St. Paul s Catholic Church this year. Service will be Ericlc~on & Center 7 17 officials, public and parochial on Friday, March 1 at 2 p.m. This year's service was written Kingerys 5 by Women of Kenya. In the event of bad weather, the service Kuehls & Singers 3 Clover Farm 7 17 school teachers, garden club will be held Friday, March 8 at 2 p.m. officers, 4-H leaders, and There is a packet of graduation pictures at the Tribune Men's High Series: High Series: researchers. Sandi Rettmer 557 In addition the UMW Library offk:e that belong to someone out there. We have no Idea L-v Johnson who or why they were left at the Sentinel Office in W brook, Dave Stresemann but-if you are missing some keepsakes that you took at Roy Hemmen WGHS graduation exercises in 1989, stop by the Tribune office andpick them up. Don't forget the Bloodmobile will be coming to Walnut Men's High Games: Irv Johnson Grove on March 18. " Dave Stresemann Next week, February 25 to March 2 is Home Delivered Dave S 'esemann Meals Week. Re (ISSN 8750 - 3905) Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J, Merchant Publishers Thomaa Merchant Managing Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patricla Peterson Editor Madeline Ak:orn d, Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring l~'pesetter Edna Lessman Walnut Grove Correspondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnlck Mllroy 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 Year 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 cf state. 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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 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. Fdday 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. Tuesday ~ 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday Closed Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED Other: Call Patricia Peterson at 859-2120 547 Jan Doubled "516 536 Jan Janssen 512 488 Women's High Series: Mary Horkey Sharon Timgren Diane Bunting Women's High Game Sharon Timgren Fay Kuehl Diane Bunting Westbrook Men's Tuesday Night Bowling---2/12/91 Elkhom Inn Lichty Drug Double D Cafe Double D Bowl High Series: Dave S tresemann Dean Winter Roy Hemmert High Games: , Sandi Rettmer 219 206 Jan Janssen 201 200 Sandi Rettmer 196 176 High Games: Dave Stresemann Roy Hemmert Dean Winter Tracy Late Monday Night Women's Bowling--2/4/91 481 Fedde's Repair 16 8 474 Amie's Standard15 9 454 Dairy Queen 13 - 11 Am. Family 12 - 2 Red Rooster 12 - 12 192 Nelda's Tax 182 Service 11 - 13 181 John's Super Valu 11 - 13 Tmcy State Bank6 - 18 High Series: 31 Theresa Tholen 20 1 27 Donna Shaw 181 25 Deb Bnms 181 25 Deb Bruns 178 516 516 515 210 183 181 Westbrook Men's Thursday Night Bowling---2/14/91 VFW 55 - 8 Double D Bowl 40 - 23 Double D Cafe 32 - 31 Maynards 30 - 33- C & L 21 - 42 Funks 11 - 52 591 573 52o High Series: Tim Timgren Digger Phelps Dave Stresemarm High Games Tim Timgren Digger Phelps leo Vortherms Irv Johnson Life Insurance Wh0can y0u O y0u have O al: tlite murance? 222 213 213 212 Roger Haar e Main Street MNI Westbrook, ,O 274-6164 High Games: Deb Bruns 508 Tracy Men's Thursday Night Late Bowling---2/14/91 Hoyt Oil 21 - 11 F& MBank 20 - 12 Fox Electric 20 12 Fedde's Repair 19 13 Tmey Lanes 17 15 Homera 14 18 W.G. Legion 11 21 Med. Club 6 - 26 High Series: Doe Horn 581 Randy Tietz " 578 Dan Brewers 565 High Game: Hollie Campbell 233 Thad Lessman 224 Doug Howe 222 Lamberton Tuesday Night Men's Late League---2/12/91 Wally's Feeder Pigs 17 1/2 - 6 1/2 Revere Coops 13 1/2 - I0 I/'2 H Oil & nvenience12 12 Cactus Bar 11 13 Greenwood Nursery 10 14 /erry's Sportsman Bowl 8 16 For complete and qualified Auction Service Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 or 763-3467. The Sound that Sellsl has brought information from other libraries to rural Minnesotans. Hundreds of items have been borrowed through interlibrary loan for community users through the University of Minnesota's LUMINA online catalog terminal. Hundreds more have been obtained through the statewide PALS online catalog system. More borrowed through nationwide online systems. UMW Library also serves as a research facility for area students attending other colleges and universities. State University students access PALS at Waseca and conduct their educational searches on the Waseca ERIC terminal. Doctoral students of the University Of Minnesota request materials for their dissertations through UMW and use the microform r~aders and printers to study the materials. Students from privam colleges drive to Waseca to ~ml~M Nancy Regehr Westbrook, MN. 274-6124 AMERICAN FAM im mind b=,u khL1 U,~I3 In Wishing on the