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March 27, 1991

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i ! Poor turnout for SENTINEL & TRIBUNE i , i I= i i areaAnn OnlytOWnShiPfive voterselectionSturned Wain= Grove-We=brook, MN-Wodnoaday, March 27, 1.1 year ago. John Bakken was re- I , elected supervisor and Gordon W in ws Kopperud was elected treasurer. i, The current treasurer, RolfHanson, . ' Tracy Early Monday Night :: did not run for the re-election. The levy was left at $35,000 ! Rosehill---Merlyn Hubin and Sunday Night Women'sBowling--3/ll/91 Arlo Gertner were re-elected Couples Bowling--3/24/91 AI s Bar & Grill 35- 9 supervisor and treasurer Jorgenson & Tracy Ins. 31 - 13 Ir "i! I [U t / respectively. Hubin received 11 Boeck 17 - 3 HoytOil 30 - 14 votes and Gertner received 12Gustafson & Body Shop 20 - 24 ' ! |l I votes. The levy was set at $35,000, Jorgenson 12 - 8 Clover Farm 18 - 26 j iiti . d i the same as last year. In additi n Engen&Wille 11-9 Mud.Club 17 - 27 the voters agreed to support the Earl & Mischke 10 - . I0 Serviceman's Windom UHF costs. J.P./Peg/Jans 7 - 13 Center 16 - 28 '~ till Westbrook--Seventeen voters Cohrs & Trace Lanes 9 - 35 attended the Westbrook meeting. Mischke 3 - 17 Kenneth Jans was elected *Winnersof2ndhalf High Series: - b, electedSupervis rtreasurer.and NormanThe levyLarsonwasWaSset Men's High Series: LUMargeAndersOnHeinrich 499534 ']I[ i i 1 $ 11 542 LindaRetzlaff 498 . ' Dovray---Gordon Vosberg was Rod 446 re-elected supervisor and Stanley Duaine 439 High Games: Severson was elected treasurer. Val Rathje 207 The levy set at $45,000, same Men's High Games: Lu AndersOn 196 as last year. Rod 204 Marge Heinrich 196 Des Moines Eighteen voters Bruce 173 LinffaRetzlaff 185 turned out for Des Moines Leeland 171 Jan Doubler 185 . ,Township. Harley Amundsen was 7P school students VISIt Middle cnool elected supervisor and Herbert Women's HighSeries: of the basketball team and the cheerleaders from Westbro?k Walnut Grove High Olson was elected treasurer. The Deb 447 Tracy Early Monday Nigh o i visited the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School In Walnut Grove during Personal levy was set at $35,000, same as Jan 444 Women's Bowling---3/18/91 k I rle class on Tuesday, March 19. The high schoolers st o!t. on Slr3Osrs;n. n:;s.hlp, eelf last year. Colleen 441 TracyAl s Bar & Grillins. 3436 " 1214 and other subjects that help one become a better stuaent, pe,o citizen ' Hi h Games HoytOil 33 - 15 Women s g 25 0 oay nop zo - , r.Johnson, standing, and Kelly Phillips and Radoslaw Rusek, seated, spoke to one Special tax form Joan 17 P m middle school students during the time I rlod. ST Photo. Nancy 168 Servnceman s of great help coueen 61 cen 19 - ensionNews . ,ovo, m . . Med. Club 18 - 30 Procrastinators, take heart. A Tracy lanes 10 - 38 = Sites announced for special tax form. can be of great help in the eleventh hour of the Sunday Night Prairie Arts Concerts income tax filing season, according Couples League--3/10/91 High Series: , Jorgenson & Lmoa Ketzlat[ ~'~y The Prairie Arts Chorale willto the Internal Revenue Service. Boeek 13 - 3 Sandi Rettmer 542 :fa mobility and povert are socio- pre nt a series.of five con.certs in To get an automatic four-month extension of time to file your 1040 Engen & Wille 11 - 5 Millie West 532 ctors for outh Y Isommunlt 3outrlwestern Minnesotain late if . . economic factors. " y " )ssnon of the Minneso plays a role when the setting A.pnl anti early ~May Thts se~tson or 1040A, filg out and mail in Form Gustafson& 4868 by the regular April 15 tax Jorgenson 9 - 7 High Galn ,: . -.a aonServiceistoioster,uu includes complacentlawsand wiuceteoratetne Legenoary PoP I & liscarts 9 i id:! ffmn i 9pment of youth, adults,norms, low neighborhood Lerner and Loewe: Broadway's deadline. .e7 te.s and communities, attachment for youth, Best Musicals,", featuring, music, notFilinggive youthe extraeXtensi ntime formfor payingd es - 1 gn the use of research-based disor anization, inad uate child from My Fair Lady,' extension form. Gordy 514 Fedde's Repair 32 - 16 . . g eq . taxes that are owed, the IRS Mischke 2 - 14 aatnon Extensnon offers care, racism, sexism, oppression Bngadoon, Camelot, "GLg , emphaSizes. Payment of any taxes Tracy Men's Thursday =non eaucation to youm ann and discrimination anti taint Your wagon, ne Itrst lmilies aS well aS to people -'i't is important to begin by concert of the series will be due must be included with the men's nigh ,eries: Night Late Bowling--3/21;91 assessing which risk factors youth Monday April 22: at the Gr ite at tease are cnttaren anct te m r tans rl gn :,cheer. on 3aturGay, According to the IRS, you will Craig 481 Fox Electric29 - 19 . ts facing and to ehmma the o . . owe interest on any taxes paid after Rod 466 Hoyt Oil 28 - 20 are especially likely to " " " Th r nce of Aprn127, the chorale will . hmtt their effects, e o ese . April 15. In some cases, a late,F & M Bank 26 - 22 tenee neglect or one factor is not likely to create paructpate the Prame Arts atment, educational under- " Festival at Southwest State l yment penalty may also be due. Men s High Games: ,- Tracy Lanes 23 - 25 Uus W.G. Legion 22 - 26 tement, poor health or University in Marshall, presenting By accurately filling out Form Gord 201 Home on, substance abuse, too- oy stuncuon, .but aS me n.umtgx o[ the music of Lerner and Loewe in 4868 and mailing it by the Y ra 201/2 - 271/2 pregnancy and other nsg Iact?rs re.creases, .chances o an evening performance in the deadline, you will get out of the J'P" 188 Med. Club 11 1/2 -36 1/2 nes that are seriouslypro otem t enav ors mtaupty. .2 Lecture Hall. On Sunday, April 28, much larger late filing penalty. rental to development orIn my colmn, n, I'll identify the Chorale will travel to This penalty can amount to as Women's High Series: High Series: ing, or to engage in socially pmt vet.a.cto,Uxat.can.en Springfield for an evening much aS 25% of the unpaid tax, the Joan 430 Randy Tietz 620 ! .l ,able behavior One third youms aomty to resist risks ann n~rfnrm~ne~ ;, ,h, IRS says. Darrel Janssen 586 " "" - h evelotnnentr r s- u tnnesota youth are w cn tester eatmy o pm High School Auditorium. The final You can order the extension Laurie 08 Doug Howe 575 9tinily high risk because of competence. two performances will be given on form by calling the IRS toll-flee at at various levels of their A countrywtoe organnzauon M a 2 in Redwood Falls, and on 1-800-TAX-FORM (829-3676). Women's High Games: High Game: -. Y the have nut created which is dentntymg factors y . . . Saturday, May 3, at the Central For more details on the extension Dee 169 Randy Tietz 255 t y:condit!ons, and.actions related .partxul to teen O[fice Building Auditorium in form, call Tele-Tax, the IRS' Amy !61 Harold Drackley 216 youths vutneranitity to pregnancy, xs the ottonwoou W t" All are at 7:30automated system of prerecorded Joan tt o Doug Howe 214 red outcomes Risk factors at t=ounty Aootescent r'regnancyn rf 6"iK .b.veti,n0 Ti,-b,;, tax information. Dial 1-800-829- Ih'idual's leve'l are anti-social .Prevention Comtni'tt : For. further o "f 4477 and request tape number 457. Lamberton Tuesday Night lOr or rebelhousness mtormatlon on now [o join us In ' ",the Chorale and from area Tele-Tax is available 24 hours a lace abuse, early sexu il--our effort m inforceour coun ty.s businesses, day, 7 days a week. Men's Late brogue--3/12/91 Iy and poor health andprotectave tatters, call me at me Wally's Feeder :on Substance abuse b Cottonwood County Extension Pigs 281/2 - 111/2 :s, " as well as the Office 831-4022 Revere Coops 211/2 - 181/2 westbrooit Men S luesflay l-hut t3il ~, :urity, instability or low Upcoming Opportunities. 1 a Night Bowling---3/19/91 "'" ouv ni ence 21 - lO ion all add to the level of AFiI. 1 --Home otmcil/Group Lichty Drug 61 - 38 Cactus Bar 21 19 r the youth. Risk factors at Chairman Spring .L.uncheon, 6:00 Double D Care 48 - 51 nily level include Door p.m benior =tttzen t=enter, kl Elkhorninn 46 - 53 B-owl 14 26 naonitorin,volved and Jeffers; Lakeside Lionizers 4-H '1,f Double D Bowl 43 - 56 Greenwood pa enting, unclear Club meeting -- Demo .ns.tration by pectations and rewards, Jim Christensen on Parliamentary High Series: Nursery 14 26 absence, marriage Procedure . . . John Amtmdson 493 Hioh Series" too early self care and Apr,! 3 7- Distr.ct 4:H DeanWinter 488 LaneH )rn 601 interpersonal and communicauon arts r'unnc skills. Youth's Speaking Contest, 3:00 p.m Roy Spielman 486 Mel Hammerschmidt 596 to peers engaged in Balaton High School. y on Games: Marvin Kleven 568 behaviors or being April 6-,--4-H Clothing Project from forming friendships Meeting, 1:30 p.m Extension se vulnerability. At the Office. level we find a lack ofApril 6 & 7 -- District 4-H Mini involvement in school Junior Leadership Conference, and academic failures. Southwest State University, Ork hours for youth, high Marshall. /7 Easter Bunny c Sprung Dresses . for Easter 20 % OFF Also in stock -- Spring hats, purses, Jewelry and accessories. Little Girl's "LiL O dresses sizes 4 to 14. Downtdw Tracy 629-3832 Get Bouquets Brenda Westbrook, MN. The Chicago Board of Trade will be closed in observance of Good Friday and this company also will be closed. W~t Gr~,eo MN. Phone 8~:~101 i i l I I I Notice of 9 1:30 p.m. at Storden Civic Center * FINANCIAL REPORTS * BUSINESS MEETING * ELECTION OF TIIREE D ORB * DOOR PRIZES & LUNCH Eligible candldate for directors shall be members of the company who are reddents of the Intuiting area and have filed, In writing with the Secretm of the company, on or before April 4, 1991. BEN LOHRE, SECRETARY II Roy Spielman 200 High Games: Dave Stresematm 184 Dec Lane Horn 216 Willis Beckman 182 Mel Hammerschmidt 212 Roger Klev en 212 What new with Senior (;o1,t. is eat news for sen ors! Steve Severson Senior Gold -ith Blue Cross and Shield of Minnesoth premier medicare supplement plan. Now Senior Gold is available statewide-through the entire Blue Cross and Blue Shield network. That network includes 86% of all physicians, and virtually every hospital in the state. Even when you travel outside of Minnesota, your Senior Gold coverage is still with you. Here more good news. Optional prescription coverage, r )t induded in most plans, is also available with Senior Gold. Best of all, Senior Gold coverage is affordable. And with our nonsmokers discount, you can lower your rates even more. To hear aU the good ne, s atx Senior Gold, contact your local agent listed below. Steve Severson, Jon Ronstad Agency Westbrook, MN. "---- Ph: 507-274-5962