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1= " I,I II It's been a long time since I wrote a Musings, but I guess I'll give it a try. Looking over some of the past events, we heard the worst rendition, with the emphasis on REND, of the Star Spangle Banner from Roseanne Barr, and then, going from a minus to a plus, we heard one of the most beautiful renditions of the same song by Whitney Houston. --mm-- Peesident Bush erased all doubts of his Wimp Image by soundly defeating Saddam Huesein in one of the shortest wars on record, but then regained his Wimp Image when he stopped the war half way through and allowed Huesein to slaughter thousands of the Shiites and Kurds who we hoped would unseat this vile man. -- ITimu In Arizona we saw a baseball player come to spring training, but refuse to take part in any of the activities because he wasn't happy with his mere $3,000,000 per year contract. The four year contract had three more years to go, but he felt it should have been renegotlated upward for the next three years. ---mm-- The police department in Phoenix set up a sting to see how honest the state legislators were, using hidden cameras to record bribe attempts. Unfortunately, out of 17 attempted briberies, only one turned down the bribes. All of them were kicked out of the legislature and have been replaced. --mm-- .- Speaking about honesty among our elected officials, I see that Senator Dave Durenberg is seeking help to pay his legal expenses incurred when he was caught cheating the government. Why he wasn't kicked out of the senate I will never know, but if that's the kind of representation we Minnesotans want in congress, we better not complain when we get short changed. --mm-- On the brighter side, it was really great to follow the exploits of the Westbrook Walnut Grove boys basketball team and their trip to the state tournaments this year. There were several Minnesotans staying in the same apartments where we were so the Sentinel Tribune made its rounds each week of the tournaments. --mm~ Mother Nature sort of lulled us into complacency with' the warm weather last week but this week she's letting us know that summer is still a ways off. However, Rolling Hills Golf Club will still be holding the Men's Annual Stag this Friday night, and on Sunday afternoon the annual meeting of the club will be held. -mm~- Severat'events coming,up. Double D Bowl and Cafe is serving up "Back to the 60's prices" on Friday night.The High School is presenting "Cyrano de Bergerac" 4 times next weekend - The Hospital Auxiliary is holding a Supper and Misc. Sale on Saturday, April 20. (IS N 8750 - 39O5) -I Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J. Merchant Publishers Thomas Merchant Menaglng Editor Junetts Merchant Wsstbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patricla Peterson Editor Medellne Ak=orn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring "[ypesetter Edna Lassrnan Walnut Grove Correspondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnlck Milroy Correspondent Mrs. Paul Martin Lucan Correspondent Published every Wednesday at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 Second Class Postage Paid at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 1991 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE FOR THE SENTINEL-TRIBUNE WILL BE In the following counties: Cottonwood, Redwood, Lyon, Murray, and Nobles $15.00 Per Year Elsewhere in Minnesota - $18.00 Per Year Out of State - $22.00 Per Year Canada & foreign countries inquire at the Sentinel-Tribune Office "Snowbirds" may put their paper on hold' at no extra charge whiie they are gone, or pay $4.00 extra to have it mailed out of state. Missed copies cannot be furnished because the cost of mailing single copies is almost $1.00 Any request for a back copy must include $1.50. Newstand price is 45 cents per copy. Mail change of address notice to: Box 98, Westbmok, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADUNES: 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 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday WESTBROOK SENTINEL OFRCE HOURS 507-274-6136 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8:00 &m. - 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 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. Tue. ;dsy,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 SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 10, lggt ' Lamberton Tuesday Night donors? Westbrook Men's Tuesday High Series: Men's Late League---4/2/91 Make those workers Night Bowling---4/2/91 Dan Brewens 628 Wally's Feeder money. Lichty Drug 72 - Thad Lessman 597 Pigs 32 1/2 - 15 1/2 Double D Cafe 57 - Darrel Ja ssen 585 Revere Coops26 1/2 21 1/2 Double D Bowl 57 60 Cactus Bar 25 23 Elkhorn Inn 48 69 High Game: Hoyt Oil & Letter to the Editor: Thad Lessman 247 Convenience 23 25 On Saturday, July High Series: Darrel Janssen 225 Jerry's Sportsman reunion of country Set Roy Hemmert 524 Doc Horn 224' Bowl 20 28 56 and 59 will be Rick Fogel 517 Storden Senior Center. The l Shorty Wahl 497 Tracy. Late Monday Night Greenwood Women's Bowling---4/l/91 Nursery 17 31 were located in Rosehill Nelda's Tax between Westbrook High Games: Service 35 - 21 High Series: All persons and Rick Fogel 203 have attended either Shorty Wahl 201 Fedde's Repair 33 1/2 -22 1/2 Gene Hildreth 572 Roy Hemmert 195 John's Super Mel Hammerschmidt 571 districts are invited to Valu 32 1/2 23 1/2 WaUy Brown 568 preliminary Arnie'sStandard 27 29 already been sent to Late Saturday Night Couples Dairy Queen 27 29 High Games: students that Bowling --3/23/91 Tmcy State Mark Kelly 209 districts from 1946 to Anderson - Takle - Bank 26 30 David Jaeger 205 Anyone who Hansen 15 5 Am. Family 23 33 Nell Johnson 204 district is urged to contact Ourada - Schmalz - Red Rooster 20 36 Owen Rasmussen 204 Solomonson, whose Doom 11 4.9 shown below. He is Olson - Johnson - High Series: L etter t o info,on on Spielman 10 10 LindaTowne 510 preparing a booklet Kronback- Lindaman- the Editor Sugges, ons that might Jorgenson 10 - 10 High Games: him would include Mischke- Nelsen- LindaTowne 190 district attended, Berg 7 - 13 Theresa Swanson 189 " attendance, addresses numbers as well as the Bakken - Gundermann - Theresa Tholcn 189 Letter to the Editor: children, and in Kletscher 7 - 13 Jan Christenson 183 I would like to comment on the grandchildren. Invited, response we had at the last any stories related Men's High Series: Marlowe Nelsen 557 Traey Early Monday Night Bloodmobile on Thursday. attended these country : Leon Mischke 512 Women's Bowling---3/25/91 We fell well below our quota.At this time, final Roy Spielman 496 Al's Bar & Grill 40 12 The Bloodmobile was very widely not been completed. It Tracy Ins. 38 14 advertised, by posters, in all the however, that it Men's High Games: Hoyt Oil 34 18 stores plus in the Sentinel, but I afternoon poduck Roy Spielman 194 Body Shop 23 29 could count on the fmgea's of one Senior Center. In the Marlowe Nelsen 188 Clover Farm 22 30 hand the amount of business larger-than-expected Leon Mischke 179 Med. Club 22 30 personel donated. I know because I will be an outdoor Serviceman's registered everyone. I realize not Storden Park. In case Women's High Series: Center 19 23 everyone can donate, but I am sure weather, the local Sue Johnson 515 Tracy Lanes l0 42 there are quite a few who can. Storden will be used. Joan Jorgenson 501 If any of these people would get Steering committee Swen Anderson 431 High Series: sick and need blood, I am sure they Combined School Lu Anderson 607 would not refuse it, yet they refuse Vernal "Bud" Women's High Game: Kathy Peterson 534 to donate. Sue Johnson 209 Jan Doubler 525 It is very discouraging' for the addressMaynardisS l monson'8726 Van workers to come so far and spend NE, Minneapolis, Joan Jorgenson 200 High Games: their time here and get so little. Phone 612-784-9105. Karl Ourada 176 Lu Anderson 236 We really do appreciate thoseAnyone wishing Jan Janssen 203 regulars who come every time and way is urged to get m Late Saturday Night Couples Kathy Pcterson 197 do thank them very much. either Horkey or Bowfing --4/6/91 How about it folks, the next time We really do *Anderson - Takle - Tracy Men's Thursday Bloodmobile is in town, which will" interest in this I-Iansen 20 - 5 Night Late Bowling---4/4/91 be June 25, lets swamp it with Ourada - Schmalz - Fedde's Repair 35 1/2 -20 1/2 Ma Doom 16 - 9 Fox Elec. 35 21 Kronback - Lindaman - Hoyt Oil 31 25 Jorgenson 14 - 11 F & M Bank 30 26 Olson - Johnson - W.G. Legion 27 29 Spielman 10 - 15 Tracy Lanes 25 31 Mischke - Nelsen - Homera 25 31 Berg 8 17 Med. Club 15 1/2 -40 1/2 , Baldcea - Gundermann - Trenary, Mountain Kletscher 7 - lg High Series: District Court restitution - $139.62. Larry Retzlaff 590 March 29 - April 4, 1991 stayed 30 days for one *2nd Half Winners Eric Fultz 551 Speeding: $44.00--Loren no s/s violations for one Lon Hornex. 551 Dennis Lehrman, Primghar, IA;Seatbelt - Passen Men's High Series: Judith Renee Pederson, Comfrey, Krehbiel Paskfield, St. Duan Ourada 598 High Games: ;'Nieole Lee Windom, $10.00. Richer Re.lzlaff ! 244 Rbtx Ctiartes Olson, SiouxDriving Stevc Sclmlalz Terr Schaar 222 Falls, SD; Kyle Ann Daschel,Kevin Ray Grunewald, Kevin Knakm " 220 Pierre, SD. $55J)0---Joseph John MN, Pronounced - 30 Men's High Games: Allen, Richfield, MN; Catherine sentence shall run Duane Ourada 215 Body Repair Mane Olson, Coon Rapids, MN;above sentence and Duane Ourada 214 Rich lsder 202 Wheel Alignment Kelly Joan Quade, Mendota sts. Heights, MN. No Women's High Series: GlaSS Installed DAR---Bradley Floyd Anderson, Grunewald, Windom, MN, $20.00, assmnt; Jail/Prison - 60 Karl Ourada 468 We have one of the South- complete 40 hrs. sts. days for 360 days. Jan Lindaman 459 west's most modern body Issuance Of Dishonored Cheek lieu of fine; serve Patty Spielman 444 sholm, with aeparate patnt-- Janet E. Poppe, Trimont, MN, release; have no s/s Women's High Games: booth - all makes - $55.00. ResL - $30.00. Alfred C. year. Trenary, Windom, MN, any Over Tandem Heidi Hansen 185 imposition of t'me or jail sentence Byron Jahnke, Karl Ourada 172 Sales & Service shall be stayed on the conditions $330.00. Patty Spielman 167 that deft. comply with regulations Dog Running At Westbrook. MN. of T691247. Alfred Charles ErnestYsker, Mountain Westbrook Monday Night $25.00 Ladies Bowling--4/8/91 Jensen's Clippers 38 14 Boeck's ConsL31 1/2 -20 1/2 Dovray Manor31 - 21 Klasses Sales 29 23 SW State Bank 27 25 Double D Bowl 26 26 VFW Aux. 26 26 Uoyd's AmoCo25 27 M I m mthlng from I wll roll the Iollowtmg iNmeml al public mxtlon. Rongstad'slns. 22 30 htanWeMIMl l l mllewestonltlglll~Rly30,11ten3/4ntilesouUtongrsv~oRItiglllNly~10. State Farm Ins. 21 31 .m Lichty Drug 19 33 Elkhorn Inn 16 1/2 31 1/2 High Series: Mardella Olson 533 Sale starts at 1:00 P.M. Not responsible for Sue Johnson 527 Sharon Timgren . 506 ; Tractors Soder Holm sprayer with John Deem rear High Games MardetlaOlson 188 200 gal. steel tank grass mower, 3 SharonTimgren 182 John Deers 4010, gas, new pump with drop hitch Sue Johnson 179 wide front end, with nozzles John [ eere 42 ft. Traey Men's Thursday year round cab Robert Lean 15 ft. straight with spouts NightLate Bowli, g---3/28/91 AIIis Chalmers, 1940 we,field drag John Deere four 16 Feddc s Repair 35 17 narrow front end, gas John Deere 490 four row bottom plow, no. FoxEl c. 32 20 AIIis Chalmers K corn planter John Deere 15 ft. Hoyt Oil 29 23 ,F & M Bank 29 23 combine, with two row International four row rear hoe W.G.Legion 25 27 corn head, and 13 1/2 mounted cultivator 1951 Chevrolet 1 TracyLanes 24 28 ft. grain platform with with Jeffers rolling pickup truck with Homers 21 1/2 - 30 1/2 love bar shields box Med. Club 12 1/2 - 39 1/2 40osteel post, 20 State Farm Life Insurance. posts, some panels End gate seeder Push lawn mower 200 gallon livestock tank Small rack Items at of sale Roger Haar iK treet Westbrook, 274-6164 = STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIEs RELD EQUIPMENT Owstonna NuBIIt 250 bu. gravity . box with John Deers 15 ft. temdemMinnesota running disk no. RWA gear John Deere 14 ft. springTwo smaller grain wagons tooth digger Behlen 375 bu. com dryer John Deers 5 section stiff PTO drive tooth field drag Auctioneer note: This equipment is of the miler type, but Leo has kept ell excellent shape end all Items ere field ready and in good working order. Rack Items minimal and main sale Items will sell after rack Items. Auctioneer, David R. Rupp, Lic. 17-18 Southwest State Bank,