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Obituary Edwin Elmer Engler SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Funeral services for Edwin Elmer Engler were held Monday, Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - WednmKlay, February 20, 1991 " February 18, 1991 at 2 p.m. at the l l,lii Hamilton-Birk Funeral Home, y Walnut Grove TOPS Marshall, MN, with Pastor William 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. Yueill officiating. 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1169 will meet each Monday at the James Vincent Ford K en Weiner sang "Amazing Dovray American New adult books --- 9:00 a.m.- 12 noon Community Building at 6:30- 6:45 Grace, The Old Rugged Cross, Legion Auxiliary met "Sullivan's, sting" by Lawrence 9:00a.m.- 12noonp.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from Services for James Vincent Sanders; The Bonfire of the 6f45 -7:!5 p.m. Ford, 63, of Tracy, were held and How Great Thou Art,with Sunday, February 10, 1991 at St. Sandy Buesing, organisL The Dovray American Legion Vanities" by Tom Wolfe; "Diana's Basic Education Mary's Catholic Church in Tracy. Honorary casketbearers were Auxiliary met at 2:00 p.m. Diary" (intimate portrait of the STBt ),OOK - Basic English, Wilder pageant committee Burial was in Calvary Cemetery, his grandchildren. Thursday, February 14, 1991.Princess of Wales); also "Postcards living skills, preparation for WALNUT GROVE -- Laura Tracy, MN. Active casketbearers were Rick In the absence of our president, From the Edge by Carrie Fisher ED test, etc. taught with Ingalls Wilder Pageant Committee Mr. Ford died Thursday, Pullman, Chad Larson, Mark our vice president, Doloresabout an actress who is in the ual learning plans. Classes will meet at Trinity Lutheran February 7, 1991, at the University Engler, Doq Brown, Robert Haney Schmitt, opened the meeting, and throes of drug rehabilitation. :ach Tuesday and Thursday Church on February 25, 1991 at of Minnesota Heart Hospital in and Lonn Engler. led in the Pledge of Allegiance to 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the7:30 p.m. Minneapolis. Interment was in the Marshall our flag, and the Preamble to the roo k Elementary Computer He was born January 30, 1928, Cemetery, Marshall, MN. Constitution was recited. No fee for classes or Workshop for Nurses in Tracy, MN to Vincent and Edwin Elmer Engler was born Our chaplain, Sally Peterson, als. For more information The Redwood Falls Hospital is Genevieve (Sullivan) Ford. His on July 30, 1906 in Westbrook, read the prayer from the National Save money 'eSthrook High School Office sponsoring a workshop for nurses family and he resided on a farm MN to parents George and Martha News magazine. One stanza of the Curious about how much your 411) or Eunice Christensen, on Alzheimer's Disease ' on near AmireL They later moved to (Schmalz) Engler. He was baptized National Anthem was sung. ,We Social Security benefit will be sang the hymn of the month, 'He when you retire? Need a Social tot (274-6491). Tuesday, March 19, 1991 fromTracy, where he graduated from and confirmed into the Lutheran Leadeth Me." Security number for your child? 12:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. in the high school. He attended South faith. yTOPS hospital educa,tion room. Dakota State University in On June 27, 1934, Edwin was Treasurer's report was given by Changing your name because of united in marriage to Violettreasurer, Ardis Haugen. A thank marriage or divorce. ray TOPS Club No. 1336 Alzheimer s Disease, The Brookings and Tracy Junior Rummens,in Hadley, MN. He you letter was read from CCSI, All you have to do is contact every Thursday (note Challenge of Caring will include College. e in date during !ent) in the an overview of the disease that During World War II, he served farmed with his dad near Hadley, Worthington, for the gift of $10.00. Social Security. You should know mtofOur Savior s Lutheran includes the progressive phases of in the U.S. Navy. Darlene and retired in 1970. A thank you letter from Esther that there is no need to pay for L Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 alzheimer's disease. In addition, Dempsey and he were married Edwin passed away at his Sheepstra for the 6 pounds of pop these services. Many times people dmeeting from 5:30-6:00 information on communicationApril 4, 1946, at St. Mary'sresidence in Marshall on Friday, tabs wesent. She enclosed$2.00to will get advertisements from techniques plus understanding Catholic Church. He owned and 6FebruarYmonths,15' at the age of 84 yearS,and 13 days. House.be sent to the Ronald McDonald companieSpeople in theirthatdealings fferwitht assiStsoci difficult behaviors such as operated Ford Insurance and Real He is survived by his wife, Vice President Dolores read Security -- for a fee. But theres wandering, agitation,Estate for 42 years. He sold his Voilet of Marshall; children and District President Esther absolutely no reason to pay a hallucinations and anger will be insurance business but retained the their spouses, Eddie and Alice Sheepstra's message of the month middle man for services that Social I k Supper discussed, real estate business. I Engler of Long Island, KS; from the newsletter. There will be Security offers for free. 3TBROOK -- POtlUCK Educator for the program is He was a member of the Dorothy Wright of Omaha, NE;a testimonial dinner at Advertisements for these Will be Monday, February Mary M. Bishop, RN, BSN, PHNKiwanis Club, Tracy Country Marlyn and Dixie Engler of Worthington for Esther Sheepstra companies sound as if they're 6 p.m. at the Senior Center. from the S,t. Paul Chapter of the Club, Tracy American Legion,Westbrook, MN; Jerry and Ivaon April 13th. District Convention offenng some special service that rill be Lu and Leslie Nelson Alzheimer s Association in Ducks Unlimited and was Engler of Pennock, MN; Donnawill be in Pipestone on June 8, 9, Social Security doesn't provide, or is Reynolds. Bloomington, MN. chairman of the H.U.D. and Virgil Brown of Threeforks, and 10. that the7 have some secret Registered nurses will receive 3 Development in Tracy. He also MT; Judy and Ronald Pullman of Roselyn Hanson, chr. for informatmn that we won't tell i Day of Prayer . contact hours of continuing was a member of St. Mary's MarshalI, MN;LeRoyandVirginia Community Service, read message people about. Some companies i STI ROOK--World Day eleducation credit. Preregistration is Catholic Church, the Holy Name Engler of Marshall, MN; William from Fran Berreau in the make it sound as if they can r will be held at Old required. March 20th has been Society and Knights of Columbus. and Kathy Engler of Marshall, newsletter, and also read the Home expedite the service. I rook Church at 9:30 a.m. March 1st. Sponsored by designated as alternative snow His hobbies included sports and MN; Rose and Roger Larson ofService message from Cindy These claims are absolutely date. For more information or to hunting. Cyrus, MN; Connie and David Meling. false. In reality, the companies .L.C.A. All are welcomed, register, interested persons may Survivors include his wife; Paul of Hancock, MN; Carol and Amy Johnson, chr. of Girls come to Social Security to get the S-22,23 call Vera Doidge, Director of daughters, Pennelton Spano of Jerry Logan of Hancock, MN; State, read message from Janice information. They just act as a go- Education, at the Redwood Falls Lawrence, KS and Angola Marlowe (Butch) and Connie Johnson in the newsletter. Ruth R. between, which adds an extra step Pressure Clinic Hospitalat 507-637-2907. Surprenant Schoenbaum of Engler of Hancock, MN and made a motion, we send a girl to to the process, thus slowing it STBROOK -- Blood Minneapolis; sons, Pat of Darlene (Punk) and Ronald Bedel Girls State. Roselyn H. seconded it down. ire Clinic at the Senior Part.time practical Moorhead and Colin and Vincent, of Hancock, MN; five sisters; two and it was carried. Material was So why do people pay for Wednesday, February 27th, both of Minneapolis; seven brothers; 40 grandchildren and given to chr. Amy J. she will seek services they can get for free? -4p.m. nursing program grandchildren; sisters Mary twenty great grandchildren. Also a girl stater. Public Relations, There are a number, of reasons. offered Margaret Smith of Minneapolis, many other relatives and friends, message by Irene Holmquist was Some people just don t realize that Southwestern Technical College Kathleen Sabin of Omaha, NE and He was preceded in death by his read by chr. Ruth Rongstad. Social Security offers the service. Nutrition,in cooperation with Willmar Rosemary Wiggins of Cleveland, parents, five brothers, five sisters, Helen Iverson read, Lois Bodes Others are leery of dealing with the Technical College is pleased to OH. and six grandchildren, message from newsletter for bureaucracy so they are willing to announce that a part-time Practical During his lifetime, Edwin National Security. pay for "assistance" that they really don t need. And sometimes, GROVE -- Senior Services serving at the Center at 11:30 a.m. February 25--Winter Spare ribs, whipped wax beans, fruit sauce. February 26---Roast ileal potatoes, candied February chicken, whipped squash apple bake, jello February 28--Site a.m. Meatloaf, Potato, Calif. Bid. veggie, r, Nursing Program will again be offered at the Springfield Satellite. A second part-time Practical Nursing Program is scheduled to start at the Springfield Satellite in June of this year. The program will be'offered at the Cottonwood River Cooperative Center, Highway 14 East, Springfield, MN. The CRCC is a satellite location of Southwestern TechnicalCollege- Granite Falls. On behalf of the interested applicants, we have scheduled an orientation and financial aid informational meeting to be held at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, 1991. This meetin will be held at 29---Tuna loaf, the Cottonwood River Cooperative potatoes, creamed peas, Center building, Highway 14 East ;, peanut butter bar. in Springfield. include bread, butter, Gary McFarland, Financial Aid end coffee. Cards played Representative for Southwestern at 10:00. Anyone Technical College and Jon may participate in theGriepentrog, Financial Aid calling JoAnn BertschiRepresentative for Willmar 859-2469) at the Teclmical College will be here to Center, 859-2135 at answer questions in regard to day prior to attending, student loans and the Act Family le meal is $2.13 or byFinancial Statement. n. Jan Jaeger, Practical Nursing Program Director and Candy Rice, lead instructor for the Springfield Festival to focus Satellite will be available to answer your questions in regard to the airie heritage nd courses offered, the manner of arts, crafts, foods a delivery of these courses, grading that are native to theprocedures, etc. of southwestern Minnesota Should you have any additional the focus of a festival questions you would like answered in April on the campusbefore this meeting, feel free to State University in contact Clarice Platz at the MN. say the festival food and ethnic craft activities, fine and displays and which reflect the of the area. of the event, says the festival for artisans and to their works how to make are native to this area. people who ethnic dances, music and Our goal is to expose y, SSU and Minnesota to the rich of the prairie. is scheduled from 10 P.m. on Saturday, April 27 courtyard of the SSU more information contact calling toll-free 1- extension 7330. Or, in care of the Student Southwest State Mn 56258. Alignment Installed have one of the South- most modern body, separate paint - all makes - KLASSE & Service estbrook, MN. Springfield Satellite at (507)723- 5667. World-wide Marriage Encounter Week-end There will be a World-wide Marriage Encounter Week-end held at the Best Western Motel, Jackson, MN, Friday evening through Sunday afternoon, March 15 - 17. This week-end emphasizes couple communication and is for any couple who desires to grow in their love, For answers to any other questions and for registration, please contact Cheryl and Wayne Heisinger, Box 373, Heron Lake, MN 56137, Phone 507-793-2250. Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Street Westbrook, 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. Lydia A. Lundquist Lydia A. Ltmdquist, age 94, of Spencer, OH, died Friday, February 15th at her daughter's residence in Conneaut, OIL where she had lived the past year. She was born in Westbrook on August 27, 1896 to Jens and Martha Engcr Jorgcnson. She lived in Westbrook then moved to Spencer in 1949. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Spencer First Baptist Church and a member of the Spencer Senior Citizens. 'Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John (June) Jansma of Strongsville, OH and Mrs. Wayne (Lois) Kauppila of Conneaut, OH. Son and daughter- in-law, Allan and Frances Lundquist of Hammerville, OH. Eleven grandchildren, nineteen great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, enjoyed farming, gardening, fishing and reading. Betty L. Koblegard Voltin Services for Betty L. Koblegard Voltin were held at 3 p.m. Thursday, February 14, 1991, at the English Lutheran Church, Walnut Grove, MN, with Pastor Brian Fragodt officiating. The casketbearers were her grandchildren. Interment was at the St. Olaf Cemet( . Betty, one of four children, was born September 10, 1925, to Daniel and Lena Saunders Pemble on the family farm near Revere, MN, and attended rural schools. She was united in marriage to Martin Koblegard on February 15, 1945 at St. Olaf Lutheran Church south of Walnut Grove. Mr. Koblegard passed away June 11, Fund raiser tabled until a later date. Motion made by Roselyn H. and seconded by Amy J. to have our President Doris Cohrs, check in to getting a new preamble for our Auxiliary. Door prize was drawn and Dolores Schmitt's name was drawn for the $2.00. It was suggested that our Auxiliary approach the city council, about flying the flags on the main street in Dovray in support of our service men and women. Chaplain, Sally Peterson, read the "Prayer for Peace" from the newsletter. We closed by singing "The Marine's Hymn." Vice President Dolores Schmitt closed the meeting. Lunch was served by hostess, Ardis Haugen. Publicity chairman Ruth Rongstad people get official !ooking mailings and think they re from Social Security. How can 7ou avoid paying for a service Socml Security offers.for free? If you need help with a Social Security questions or problem, contact Social Security directly. And if you get an official-looking letter offering a Social Security service and requesting a payment, it's probably from a private company. Contact Social Security for help before you respond. Harold Schmidt serving in Korea (40 years ago) 1973. She was united in marriage K ping replacements moving Alfred in 1956, two sisters, four to Curtis Voltin on November 10, brothers, to front line units is partly the job Funeral services were Tuesday, 1979 and they made their home iv of Sgt. l rold Schmidt, Lennox February 19 at 2 p.m. at Parker and Poulsbo, WA. Curtis passed away young man who is stationed with Son Funeral Home, 202 E. Main in July 1987 and Betty returned to the 10th Army Corps in Korea. St Spencer, OH, with Roy. John Walnut Grove to make her home in Harold is a member of the 52nd T. McCourt of Ashland, OH, and November 1988. Roy. Robert Holmes of She passed away after a Replacement Company, and was with General Almond's command Hammerville, OH, officiating, lingering illness on Monday, in its epic withdrawal from the February 11, 1991 at the Redwood Hungnam beachhead in North Burial was in the Spencer Falls Hospital. Korea. When elements of the 10th Cemete . Betty was a member of English corps adVanced to the Manchurian Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove Westbrook Library border, the 52nd Replacement and a member of the 20th Century news processed troops arriving by ship, Frigidaire Club. train, air and truck join combat She is survived by her six Children's books -- A units in the Chosin reservoir area children; one son and daughter-in- wonderful book for younger and the sector north of Hungnam. Americas taw Mark and Kay Koblegard of children to read is "A Cool Kid - His company handled a peak of Premium Quality walnut Grove; five daughters and Like Me!" by Hans Wilhelm. Amore than 2,000 replacements in a sons-in-law, Patricia and Larry boy who is terrific and cool, so single day, and in spite of bad Appliances Wahl of Revere, MN, Vicki and everyone thinks, really he has roads, sub-zero weather and Jack VanGelderen of Walnut childhood fears yet. Grandma tiondifficulties. Grove, Kathryn and Rocky seems to be the only one he can Harold, a graduate of Lennox On Display at Kulsrud of Twisp, WA, Debra and talk to that really understands. She High School and son of Mr. and Dennis Martius of Luverne, MN, leaves on vacation and gives him a Mrs. Harry A. Schmidt of Lennox, Shelley and Allan Nelson of special present. Check out this served with the military Walnut Grove; 18 grandchildren book at the library and find out government of Bavaria during and Sales & and four great grandchildren; two what that special present was. after World War II. He has also sisters, Faye Hansen of Walnut Another "I Can Read Book" isited France, Germany, Grove and Vera Eilefson of that is fun for children to read is $ tzerland, and Japan in his Duluth, MN. "Old Enough For Magic", about an m tary career. Discharged Wostbrook, MN She was preceded in death byeight-year-old boy, Peter, a magk,: following World War II, he Phone 274-6166 her parents, her two husbands, one set, and his sister. Come find out reenlisted at Sioux Falls in 1948. brother, Ray Pemble, and onewhat happens when Peter's sister His wife, Doraine M. Schmidt, and granddaughter, comes into his room and trys to use daughter, Linda Lorraine, live in his magic set. 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