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" Redwood County Bill Alcorn and group SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Mutual annual meeting still making music Walnut Grove. Was, brook, MN. Wednesday, March 27, 1991 held WALNUT GROVE--An article Redwnnd Cnu ;v in the Minneapolis Tribune in Mutual . . February informed music Insurance Company met for thetr . . . Walnut Grove TOPS 1 - 'n Satur . enmusmsts of Billy Alcom and his 02rid annual meea g onday, , - Basic English, Walnut Grove TOPS Club No.March 16 1991 m" Wabasso. R.D new group The Janglers who are skills, preparation for 1169 will meet each Monday at the Knakmuhs, president, presided at pertormmg at Uregory s st, etc. taught with Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 m " Supperclub in Bloomington the eetan g. . . , tuning plans. Classes p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from T " in force at th Also In the band is former otal insurance e . - lesday and Thursday6:45 - 7:15 p.m. end of 19Ol was $431 517 429Walnut orovlte, Dan Lund, son of ) - 9:00 p.m. at the Elementary ComputerImmunization clinics every and this amount made RedwoodPatty and SkellyLund, andaTracy )Forfeemoref r informationClasses or ThursdaYRedwoodafternooncounty Public Health CountYtown ship Mutualmutua I thefire thirdcom plargeStan y i n mattenattve'theirGarYdebutRUe'at TheuregorYJanglerss in " mid'FebruarY and are scheduled toI ai~ih )ok High School Office Nursing Service will conduct an Minnesota. . n pertorm at the supperclub or Ennice Christensen, immunization clinic every Don Runck a d George 34-6491). Thursday afternoon. Public Health Hoffrogge were re-elected to the Thursdays through Saturaays will provide immunizations board. Approximately 165 policy through July . . holders were m attendance at the through parental or guardian " lne oanas repenotre runs from m "n wi r rizes iven o Gershwm to Little teat to the Library appointments made with our office, eeu g th duo p g ut . 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Call 637-2969 to make and lunch served following the Pohce to Merle Haggard i!i 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. appointments, business meeting, selecuons. . According to the Tribune report, 9:00a.m. - 12 noon Twentieth Century Club the group is an unusual find for "* 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon WALNUT GROVE --- N/lor.ehall .K .~ nffic@ local lounges as they have so many oodPriday. Twentieth Century met on March 4 ;'" soulful singers and talented Auxiliary receivesmoney at the home of Ilamay Addison, has new hours players. Alcorn has been involved WESTBROOK-- The Westbrook Hospital Auxiliary received with Gloria Jacobs assistant The Marshall Social Security with various bands over the past 10 another check from Maynards, Inc. for their coupon project. PS hostess. Marilyn Far,b~. r gave a office located at 1210 East College years including Fire Creek, and Shown above is Donna Edsill, store manager, handing over a TOPS Club No. 1336 resume of the book, Years" by Drive, Marshall, MN has Tall Corn. Rue and Lund have check for $1,454.05 to President Donna Nelsen and Secretary ry Wednesday in theLavyrle Spencer. announced new office hours for the also been l rforMing in the Twin Roxy Soil. Coming up In April will be a Sandwich and Pie four Savior's Lutheran On April 4 we will meet at public. Effective April 1, 1991, the City area for many years. Much of Supper and Misc. Auction which will be held at the reigh-in from 5:00 to Eunice Kassel s home, Berthaoffice will be open 9:00 a.m. to their combined careers have been Community Center on Saturday, April 20. ad meeting from 5:30 to Syverson assisting Maydra Maas 4:30 p.m Monday thru Friday, for involvement together in the will present Health Care - What's all Social Security or Supplemental entertainment world. Available". Roll call will be old Security Income business. Alcorn plays guitar and is a " SCSU student . remedies. Most Social Security business featured singer with the group; l-----------~ . OOK--Sunset Club Marriage can still be conducted by using the Rue,drummer, and Lurid, guitarist, [ . i recognized for Vednesday, April 3 at toll free (1-800-234-5772) number, and also lending vocals round out [ t lfi / i scholastic achievement at the Senior Center. Service on the 800 number isthe singers in the band. Other [ T// " ~u~ A total of 1,309 students have Anderson Encounter weekend / : Married couples are invited to available normal business days members of the Janglers are Larry [ been recognized for scholastic give each other the priceless gift of from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The Hayes and Jim DaM, both veterans I achievement during winter quarters time by attending a Marriage best times to call to avoid busy of the city music scene, also. [ "--. at St. Cloud State University. Encounter weekend to be held May signals are later in the week, the Billy Alcom is the son of Bob I t ' s Darren Patrick Klontz, Walnut Christian Women'sBible 3-5 Camp. at Lake This Shetek experience Lutheran will early second in half the of morning the month, or late or in either the and Joyce Alcorn, Walnut . C, ro e. llege, Colic e "" "is included among those dora Christian Women's deepen and enrich good marriages afternoon. -- To receive a certificate of I host a Men's and and strengthen family life. The ' scholastic achievement, students fight April 11. 1991 at emphasis of Marriage encounter is . Chemically Dependent must have completed a minimum on COMMUNICATION between a History Center to be . Don. C .o ,--a H=mut=.t n of nine credits with a grade point Lutheran Church. " Newborn Workshop f, . Dimmr at 6: 30 p.m. husband and wife who spend a v Achievement List average of 3.75 or higher in eatm - Lester Rupp, weekend together away from the ctoseu aster aunaay the Community Services of the q,oa, courses graded A through F The &lJk'l .Ik i(.LIIlr'. """", --''O'''''" "f . ter's Ecstasy. Special tensions and distractions ofThe Lower Sioux Agencv University of Minnesota Hospital nighest possible grade point many School, Mountain everYday life. During this time a HistorY Center will be closed oh is co-sponsoring a workshop for s average Is 4 0 reqmrmg an A m all )ach Jeff Goldberg,couple is able to discover again the Easter Sunday. Regular hours at nursesonTuesdayjApril 16 199.1 announced on March 18, 1991, " warmth and power of their married the Center are 1:00-5:00 p.mirom l:uu - 4:Ju p.m. m the those students who have achieved courses. must be purchased by love. They are able to concentrate daily. Grouos are welcome anytime hospital education room. Theat least a 3.5 Grade Point Average 8, 1991. Please call in a unique way on those matters of by appointment. "--- Chemically Dependent Newbornfor the Winter quarter, p eterson 831-2851, Jo fundamental importance to their Along with film and disolavs, seminars will address the topic of Eric Bloch, Law Enforcement, erry Bunting -5608, Jan Lindamanmarriage. To register contact Jerry the Center offers the best reference fetal alcohol syndrome and son of Jim and Darlene Bloch, raduates from SCSll or Edna Rempel 427-and Gladys Weibel, 2130 E. source available in the are describe characteristics and Westbrook, was named to thiso . a . rwomldmt liet winter quarter commencement "-ts can be purchased Oxford St Worthington, MN pertaining to Dakota Indian outcomes.for the baby with F.A.S. -w-e,- ceremonies were held at St. Cloud board member, 56187. Culture and History-as well as signs ann symptoms of a babys am T = State University (SCSU) local and Minnesota History All exposure to cocaine/crack before Mark johnson. Halenbeck Hall on Friday, March 127-2040, Cara Lin's Friendly Hour Club this plus the feelint, ofbeinu~the birth will be discussed and the conducted choir 1 WALNUT GROVE--Friendly - recommended nursing site where History Havvened. . . A tOtal of 536 students received Hour Club will meet Tuesday, For more reformation," "" or to .intervenu ns when eanng for these . ar gOr e:n a their degrees, with 389 students lliary #7 April 2 at 2 p.m. at the home of make reservations, please call names. t c, of participating in the ceremonies. OOK--Unit #7 will Marilyn Swanson. (507)697-6321 Margaret Harder, RN, BSN, MA ~ ~ u, ~uoc, t ~. Perr~ J-n B-mi r ~. lay, March 28th at 2 Lower Sioux Atzencv History will be the educator. Ms. Harder Fox presented a comnosition -, "'i, " "%.' : anu w rs voyne ttuntmg, e home of Elnora Marshall Area " o:-:ne.d -nh has 16 years experience in recital lnursoay, lviarcn ziW t-r ;" Center which 1 W n . . . --" . es D OOK,graauateo With a Men's Chorus ooerated bv the Minnesota Neonatal lntenswe Care and has Sue ohn nnSo n Tn t :Steve ann Bachelor of Science degree at The Marshall Area Men's Hi'storical Society is located nine done extensive study regarding a, conoucteoSCSU Chorus under the direction of miles east of R suostance aouse m pregnant thechoir. edwood Falls on tad Memory Charles M. Carrera, will present a Redwood Count R Th women and its euects on the baby Group -, series of dinner shows. "The y oad two. ere . Tim Grefe qualifies is no admission charge to the site Nurses attending this workshop iaury Kuehl on ,for National IOOK -- Ine Fabulous Fifties show will be - " " ill.r ceive 4 contra t hours for President s List Men Alzheimers and presented Friday, April 12, in ~ontinuing education credit. Pre- A total of 142 students at the Conference Support Group will Marshall at the SSU Student . . registration is required. Interested lay, March 27 at 7 Center, Saturday, April 13th, in "Good Beglrlnln S persons may register by calling Willmar Technical College Business students from ; Westbrook Good Gtalaite Falls at the 95th Club, and t, g Vera Doidge at Redwood Falls. qualifmd for the Director's List for Southwestern Technical College - dining room. WeSunday, April 14 in Tracy at the r ever rma . Hospital at '07-637-2907.Winteryear. InQUarterorder to1990"91qualify forSCh lthe Pipestone,1991 SpringreCently attendedLeadershipthe mS a 60-minute video Serviceman's Center. WORTHINGTON--- Good honor, students must be full-time Conference for members oft he Ial and Financial The shows start at 7:00 p.m.Beginnings Never End" - A by Stuart Schmitz,Tickets may be purchased from Children's Fair is the theme of this . students, maintain a minimum of Business Professionals of Am(.rica -Law. Anyone with any chorus member. 12 credits, and maintain a 3.5 - Minnesota Association. The 'ed ones, whether The Marshall Area Men's year's family carnival celebration. Senior Nutrition grade pointaverageinallclasses, conference was held at the victims or not, isChorus is a non-profit organization The special event will be held on Servi--- Kuehl, ~g M~L, Minneapolis Technical College and attend and hopefully performing for many charitable Friday, April 5, at the Northlandt:e ot vern.e ann J.amce l .uem, the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis. video helpful Ourfunctions through the year. Mall from 6 30 - 8. tn -- m WALNUT GROVE -- Senior Avoca, qualifies ror me Presinent's STC's BPA students placed in the family, friends, or .---; v Nutrition Services serving at the List. top winning categories in various in Alzhcimers or . aponsoren ny many local early Comm, nit, c ),r o) .an o , childhoOd programs anO (lay care each subject areas. Over 500 students --:" Tim I' ,rofo nn hnnnr from 31 Technical Colle es problems. For further For complete and qualifiedentertainment by FrontLme and biscuit, coleslaw, pudding/topping, e,h -r' h,; o, included 20 competmons, call Jean Bauer at prowders, the fair will include n,41 t n, f r " " " g --v pa tlclpated m the conference, WAL Ua tJ UVt --" wh" s or Susan Ware 264- " - " Co. Puppeteers, games, booths, milk encompassing several business offee will be served activities, balloons, nutritious Tuesday, April 2 -- Pipestone Campus has announce meeting, snacks, door prizes and more. It's Meatballs/gravy, mashed potatoes, the names o students makint, the " f /ff.~ vo,o v=ao the first ano secono place President s L st for tire winter winner open to the public and free for all carrots, bread pudding. - s quality to go to me :Slayton, Mn. families with children ages 10 and . Wednesday, April 3-- Ground quarter ot me ly J- l scnoolveaf Nati n - "-~ " o ai t.:onterence in unanoo, under, oeet patty, bakeo potato, Among the students nameo was FL, on April 1~ to 23, 1991 Timothy Grefe, Walnut orove, Tim "" " " - - ; - Ph: 836-6244 or peas/carrots, fruited jello, oatgrain majoring in Credit :iervice Student f - tJrete, Ag uan ing i Schmidt 763-3585 or 763-3467. bread. . rom walnut orove, L Hospital . . Thursday, April 4 --- Site eOP om. : .=: received first place in Banking ualry princess Council - 10:00 a.m. Baked otuu,u t mmntam a A--li -" "- - " Minnesota The Sound that SoIls! . . " pp cauon ann t mproyment candidate m,ohe chicken, mashed potatoes, green graae point average to ne so Skill s. tim also rece veo ttttn .24, 1991 " beans, fruit sauce, recognized, place in Personal Finance. . t=ottonwood County Friday, April 5 --- Tuna egg Storden ---'--- American Dairy Association is macaroni, beets, lettuce salad, Westbrook NOW OPEN seeking the application of peach sauce Westbrook anm. lal .S for C o I wood County Meals include bread, butter, Westbrook mr,/tnancess, t;ontestants must Westbrook Chest Auction Barn Complete Vision Care Eye Examination Designer Frames Complete Contact Lens Service - Repairs & Replacements Located in the Westbrook Clinic. Call for appointment 274-6145 Gift Certificates Available of Ilvmk. & Straw 12:00 1:00 & Bonded for 836-6244 Dr. F. E. Robinson 271 3rd Street TRACY, MINNF OTA 56175 PHONE 629-3630 Tues Thunk, l~ri. 7-12. 1-8 Wed. & Sat. 7-12 care now included under Medicare. milk and coffee. Cards are played be from a dairy farm which is actively engaged in milk production. Contestants must be a high school graduate on July 1, 1991 and not yet 24 years old on tbat date. Entries are due to the Extension Office by April 1. For further information, contact either Brad or Deb Gertner at 274-6537 or the Cottonwood County Extension Office at 831-4022. Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Street Westbrook, gin 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (alter hours 274-6121) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. every morning at 10:00. Anyone 60 or older may participate in the meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi (home 859-2469) at the Community Center, 859-2135 at least one day prior to attending. Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by contribution. Glass Installed Headquarters for all Glass Replacement - ALL CARS & TRUCKS - Klasse Sales & Service 274-6166 Westbrook, MN. Largo selection of fabrics - s ,ng wallpaper. I&M Phone 859-2634 2 miles South - 2 1/4 miles East of Walnut Grove, PAN. I Residents Agree Grove Apartments is a great place to Iivel Meet Signe Sykora Signe said, "1 like all the friendly people here. The apartments are so nice and the people are helpful too!" 361 8th Walnut Grove Apartments: We're Where You Belong! One unit now open! St. #106 Grove 859-2489 i i! i(!i i i!:,