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Walnut Grove TOPS 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1169 will meet each Monday at the 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon Community Building at 6:30 -6:45 9:00 a.m.- 12 noon p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting trom . 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. TOPS ray TOPS Club No. 1336 very Wednesday in the Immunization Clinic at Walnut t of Our Savior's Lutheran Grove The Redwood County Public Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 Health Nursing Service will be.gin Lmeeting from 5:30 - 6:00 conducting an imm "tmiz2ttion c muc at the Walnut Grove communny Center the fourth Tuesday of each lekEducation month from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. TBROOK- Basic English, Appointments can be made by 6ng skills, preparation for calling the Nursing Serve offi.ce, D test, etc. taught with at 637-2969. The next ctinic wm tl learning plans. Classes be held on April 23, 1991. We ask Tuesday and Thursdaythat you bring available 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the immunization records to the ok Elementary Computer immunization clinic. No fee for classes or s. For more information Ibrook High School Office Esther Circle I1) or Eunice Christensen, WALNUT GROVE --- Esther mr (274-6491). Circle of the Walnut Grove Chu h WIn be Irton Club bake sale with a soup, sanawtc UBROOK--The Clara and pie luncheon, on April 20, Club will meet Monday,from II:00 a.m. - I:00 p.m. in the at 2 p.m. at the Kay Oison Education Unit, Aexifiary Amiens Club ',TBROOK---v.r. w WALNUT GROVE---Amicus Y n~eting Thursday, April Club will meet Monday, April POUuck supper at 6:30 p.m. 15th. Meet at the city park at 6:30 I post and Auxiliary p.m. to 13oo1 rides to visit the sod 1. Election of ofncer .her Meeting after at Susie Nelson's Ilome I Auxiliary Unit # 19 iTBROOK--Hospital Twentieth Century Club /Unit #19 will meet on WALNUT GROVE---Twentiem 7' April 11, at 8 p.m. at the Century Club met at the home of home. Eunice Kassel on April Ist, L~ Syverson was "assistant hostess. ItwsRaHy Maydra Maas was our guest TBROOK--Good News speaker, telling about available ill be held on Monday, services to be a wise bealtheare 15, at 7 p.m. at the consume. rian Church basement. Our next meeting will be April tidren will present a short 15th at the home of Shirley B. There will be a special Knakmuhs. Meribel Stein~ will be by the State Director of the assistant. We will have our tl)olis. All parents and salad supper with ladies in fla top mends are alphabet through Gloria Jaeobs). It wilt at Stordea begin at 6 p.m. and be the last zeulav, Avril 23--WIC meeting of the year. Clinics held at Storden, Church from 9 a.m. - 1 Holly Dollies Extension WALNUT GROVE--Holly Dollies Extension Group will meet tion for Dr. Flinn on Wednesday, April 17th at 9:30 a.m. at the Eleanor Davis home dwood Falls win be Redwood County t B. Flinn, M.D " fat a public open house Home Extension m to be held from 2:00 - Redwood County Extension at the Redwood FallsStudy Group is hosting their bab0n Saturday, April 20, Annual Spring Festival on April 15th at the Wabasso Community Open house reception will Center. Salad luncheon, style show by the Redwood Fallsand speaker is the evening L to honor Doctor Jim Ffinn entertainmenL Registration is a 6 nding retirement. Doctor p.w. Public is cordially invited to ttedwcod Falls native, has attend. member of the medical Redwood Co. Ext. Home Study he .hospital since 1947. The Redwood County Extension blic is cordially invited to Home Study Groups will be join in honoring Dr.hosting their annual Spring ~l to wish him and his wife, Festival, April 15thattheWabasso ~:!1 during retirement, Community Center. A salad luncheon, style sl o w and speaker Henry Schn . dt are the evening s entertainment. Registration begins at 6:00 p.m. rial Hospital The public is invited 'il 1 - 7, 1991 Redwood Co. Share,the-Fun ): Redwood County 4-H will be ger Westlm3ok hosting the annual Share-the-Fun Festival on Friday, April 12, 1991 W-- at 7:30 p.m. The festival will be held at the Redwood Falls High School large gy .; Theme for the contest will be Be All That You nLS: Can Be." Senior Nutrition ffi Services OPEN WALNUT GROVE -- Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Community Center at 11:30 a.m. each day. Monday, April 15--Tennessee turkey loaf, vegetable, cr ben-ies, letar salad, dessert. Tuesday, April 16---Baked chicken, whipped potatoes, te Vision Care - vegetable, cranberry jello. Wednesday, April Examination 17---Birthday Celebration. Roast Frames beef, boiled potatoes, frozen squash, cake. Contact Thursday, April 18---5:30 supper BBQ ribs, potatoes, Service - coleslaw, pudding w/fruit FHday, April 19--Ham, & Replacements in the Clinic. for appointment 274-6145 Available cscagoped potatoes, balr ! beans. frnit sauce. Meals include bread, butter, milk and coffee. Cards are p yed 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. Dr. F. E. Robinson 271 3rd Street TRACY, I [NNESOTA 56175 PHONI 629-3630 Moa Tumh, Thun 7-1 141 Wed. &Sat. care now Inehuled mulet Medleare. Residents SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 10, 1991 Ill and musical groups. He was a ,member of the Gideons. Ardys Olson Smith ) Surviving are one son, Dennis Ardys Olson Smith passed away Anderson, Marshall; one daughter, March 30, 1991 at the Methodist Mrs. Geraldine (Richard) Kropp, Hospital in Minneapolis. The Sioux Falls, SD; three sisters, Flora New booksatlibrary Tenly, Rochester, Lillian Baarstad, funeral was at Central Lutheran Westbrook, Myrna Peterson, Church in Minneapolis on April 2, Big Man on Campus - John 1991. brothers, Milton Anderson, East Ardys Olson Smith, daughter of Thompson and GeorgertOW,HaH Arlington Heights, IL; two If I Had a Hamme y k i 7 Grand Forks, ND, and Milford William and Atlanta Olson, was Aaron. ii: Anderson, Westbrook; and two born January 6, 1913, in Walnut Grove. She was baptized and Heartbeat by Danielle Steel grandchildren. Caroline's Daughters by Alice ,! The service was held Tuesday, confirmed in the English Lutheran Adams. * April 9, 1991, at Trinity Lutheran Church. She received her education Forgiving byLaVyrleSpen Nelson-Olsem Church, Westbrook, with Rev. in Walnut Grove and after John Hopper officiating. Burial graduation worked in the Redwotd The Steel Albatross by cott County Courthouse in Redwood Carpenter catty:art was in Westbrook Cemetery. Falls, MN. She then moved to the Curtain by Michael Korda Eldon and Elvera Nelson of Magic Hourby Susan Isaacs Hadley, MN announce me Camilla Ness Rupp Twin Cities where she worked until her marriage to Frank Smith Frederick Douglass by Wm. engagement ot their daughter, services in California on December6, 1936. They moved McFeely Kathy, to Tom Olsem, son of Four Complete Novels by Anne Martin and Kathryn Olsem of Camilla Ness Rupp, died on to Muncie, Indiana in 1938, where Tyler Dundee, MN. March 31, 1991 at the Salem her husband, Frank, was employed A Collector's Guide to Dolls by Kathy is a graduate of Slayton Nursing Center in Oakland, CA. by Mallory Battery Company. In Kerry Taylor High School and is employed as a She was born in Cottonwood 1944, they returned to, Walnut A "Coliector's Guide to Teddy ward secretary at the Worthington County, MN on December 3, 1913. Grove for a short period of time. Bears byPeterFord Regional HospitaL, Her father was Adolph Ness of Further moves took them to Elvis: The King Lives by John Tom is a graduate of Westbrook Minnesota; her mother was Clara Alexandria, Rochester, Duluth, and Taylor High School and farms near Halverson also of Minnesota. Mrs. ultimately to Minneapolis in 1957. Drinking Water Hazards: How to Dundee, MN. Rupp was 77 years of age. She was Ardys worked as a secretary for know if toxic chemicals are in your A July 6, 1991 wedding is a teacher in the Richmond Unified the Circle F Club, an organization water and what to do if there are. planned. School District for 40 years, that assisted and advocated for the She was a member of St. handicapped. This group was Timothy Lutheran Church of El sponsored by the Westminster Obituaries Sobrante and the California Retired Presbyterian Church in Teachers Association. Minneapolis. ! Mrs, Rupp was the wife of the In 1962 - 1963, her father late Roland Rupp.-She is survived became ill and Ardys returned tO by two daughters, Mary M. Walnut Grove to assist the family, Martha J. Teachey Schuette of Pinole and Catherine but then returned to Minneapolis I Funeral sevices for Martha J. [ Teachey, 75, were held at Del Biaggio of Richmond; two after herfather'sdeath. sisters and one brother; Elisabeth She was president of the I '- Immanuel Baptist Church, Bakken of Walnut Grove, MN;Couples Club at Central Lutheran II II = Westbrook, Thursday, April 4, Ruth Moses of Beaverton, OR and for two years and also participated [ l ,Oile e IMIL t/$ t991 at 2 p.m with Rev. Willis Richard Ness of Bemidji, MN. in Bible Study groups. She and '-- Peterson, officiating. Eight grandchildren and one great Frank were active in Central Organist Jeanne Nantkes grandchild also survive. Toastmaster Groups. panied a duet sang by Gerrit Memorial services were held on Survived by a daughter, Priscilla "" " kk and Barbara Jansma. Thursday, April4, 1991 a 2 p.m. at Berry, son, Mark, and daughter-in- t eela en . Casket bearers were Stanley the Salem Lutheran Home, 2330 law, judy. Grandchildren, Lindsay, nrnfesslonal Madson, John Van Loh, LloydEast 29th St Oakland, CA. The Lynn, Marie, and Thomas Jay. ---"-------. r - - . Snielman, Gerrit Jansma, Kenneth Rev. Martin Schaefer, Chaplain of She was preceded in death by WOrK placement C'larkeandJesseNantkes. Salem Lutheran Home and The her parents, husband, and one WESTBROOK -- Keela,Interment was in the Westbrook Rev. John Sullivan of St. Timothy sister , Bakken, daughter of Lee and Cemetery. f Lutheran Church of El Sobrante Phyllis Bakken, received a Martha J. Teachey, daughter o officiated. Burial was at Rolling professional work placement Adolph and Josephine (Langland) Hills Memorial Park, Richmond, Adnumstrator Norman through the North Dakota State Franz, was born March 20, 1916 at" CA. Maguire dies at 59 University Cooperative Education Valentine, NE. She tltoved her Your remembrance may be sent Program. parents to Brainerd and to to Salem Nursing Unit, c/o Salem Norman B. Maguire, 59, who . B tkken, a senior majoring in Westbrook in the early 1930's. Lutheran Home, 2361 East 29th retired in 1988 as executive industrial engineering, began,'ork She was married to Ernest St Oakland,CA 94606. director of the Minnesota March 12 with 31v[ in St Paul, Christensen and later divorced. In MN. The vlacement will continue 1960 she married William H.Alan A. Anderson Association School Administrators, died Monday at Riverside Medical until May {M. Teachey. After getting married, she Alan A. Anderson, longtime Center in Minneapolis. He had had The Cooperative Education was a home health care nurse and resident of Westbrook, passed a stroke Sunday vening at his Program offers graduate and later worked at the Good Samaritan away April 7, 1991, in Mesa, AZ. home in Roseville. undergraduate students the Center in Westbrook for many opportunity to alternate classroom years. She was a member of the Funeral services will be onHe began a 30-year career in study with a series of paid Immanuel Baptist t.;nurcn in Saturday, April 13, 1991, at 10:30 Minnesota public schools in 1959 professional work placements Westbrook and was a former 4-H a.m. at Trinity Evangelicalteaching history and physical Lutheran Church, Westbrook.education in Garden City, where he related their field of study, leader. : .i,V dn will begin at the Klasse also coached basketball, football . . . Martha'l asseasway at hay, F u,ra!;H0me in Westbrook from and baseball and served as athletic March 30, 15/91' at t. Peter 4'28 p m. on Friday and continue director. Three years later he Community Hospital at SL Peter, at the funeral home from 8 - 8:30 became principal,teacher, MN. Jerome Cohrs, Jr. She is survived by a daughter, a.m. on Saturday. There will also basketball coach and athletic accepted at STC Mrs. Irene (Arl Sr.) Weinrebe, be visitation 1 hour at the church director in Okabena. WESTBROOK -- Jerome LeCenter, MN; four brothers, before services. Maguire was athletic director C'Ahrs ,ff Jernme andLuster Franz Sr. of Brainerd, MN Casket bearers will be Marvin and principal at Renville High nz Rachuy, Glenn M. Buss, Lenhart School for two years and principal Maria Cohrs, has been accemed for Bernard (wife Nma) Fra , Minnea olis, MN William (wife Speckmeier, Russell Rupp, Bohbie of the Windom Junior High School 13.( Jensen and Murl Rupp. for a year. He became school Technical College, Jackson Marnyn).rranz, aguacne, Alan A. Anderson, son of superintendent in Renville in 1968 Campus. Jerome will be enrolling A oert t w te Kutn ), r ranz, George and Elfrieda Anderson, and was superintendent in Little in the Cnn~tnmtinn Electrician He lvunneapot~s, ~ LP~; two sisters, ~us. k was born May 5, 1915 at Albert Falls from 1972 to 1980 will be a 1991 graduate of Lu fLus,e) r eisen, westnroo , w,t, o Hi,h MN and Mrs. Edna (LeRoy) City, Iowa. Maguire had been a member of ,^L ,: ,;o xx ,J Cix In 1920, Alan moved with his the Minnesota Association of School ~u.n~u=, ,*,~,=W,~, ,-,-,-. ~, grandchildren, 9 great parents to Des Moines River School Administrators since 1961 grandchildren and 13 step great Township, Murray County, served as its president in 1978- grandchildren. Minnesota. He attended rural Leslie McLauohim She was preceded by her patents, School District #67 in Des Moines As executive director from 1980 ,- her husband, William H. Tea hey Township. Alan and Betty were to 1988, he represented school " ' h . married in Wichita, Kansas.adminis throughout the state. named m who S W O m 1966, brothers Harold, Fndelon Alan and his brother, Max, Under his leadership, the 650- Leslie A. McLaughlin of Walnut and Tony, one sister. Grace. owned and operated a farm in memb,rganization bought its Grove, a student at the University Rosehill Township from 1940 until buildingo St. Paul. of Mim) so ," C roo.kston (UM .C), Gerald Anderson 1975, when Alan retired, due to ill "That was a big updertaking," was setectea as nemg among me health. In the 1940's, Alan moved Jtdie Waight, conimunications country's most outstanding campus passes away to Kansas, where he worked for the director, "locating a property, leaders and will be listed in the Gerald Anderson, 76, of railroad for over a year, then working with contractors and 1991 edition of Who's Who Westbrook, died Saturday, April 6, returned to farming again in creating a facility that really Among Students in American 1991. at Dr Henry Schmidt RosehillTownship. represents the association and Junior Colleges. HospiLal, West ,ook. - He enjoyed farming and enjoyed helps to build pride among the A campus nominating Born April 16, 1914, in Rose.hill a successful farm operation. He membership." committee and editors of the Townshio, Cottonwood County, be also enjoyed his neighbors, fLshing He represented the organization annual directory selected these was the of John E, and Lillian and traveling when time and health at the Legislature and worked stu .dents based on their academic Bevier Anderson. He married Ethel permitted, closely with" other education achievement, service to theParker June 20, 1941, in Alan was a member of Trinity Igronps, she said. He was especially community, leadership in Westbrook She died in 1989.Evangeliqal Lutheran Church, interested in public relations and extracurricular activities, and In 1933 he graduated from Westbrooit, Minnesota, and was was . active in professional potential for continued success. Westbrook High School. He also cont'n'med there, development and leadership Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wo rked for his father in the Survivors include son Jamestraining programs. Leonard McLaughlin, she is a Standard Oil bulk business until Anderson and wife, Sheryl, of Magnire was born and raised on sop.ho ntr ?el ad n:O:la fion m. taking over the business in 1948. Leavenworth, Kansas, and step- a farm near Walnut Grove, MN, atr / . ano He continued working at thedaughter Sherry Heath of Missouri; and gr hmted from high school wo. nf . m.alJon .proc.essin.g in.the business until retiring in 1975. He three brothers, Kenneth Anderson there in t 9. He attended what is uesmess mvtston at me umverstty, was a member of Trinity Lutheran and John Anderson of Slayton and now Ma ato State University for Church, Westbrook, where he was George Anderson of Albuquerque, a before he joined the Navy, active in many church activities New Mexico; sister Clarine and served as a journalist and public relations specialist for four years. Meet Ida Johnson Agree Grove Apartments is ia great place to live! Ida has lived at Grove Apartments for 5 years and she says; "1 don1 feel alone here and Hike that I don1 have to go out for my mail or shovel snow. There's also a lot of fun activities each month.l" Grove Apartments: We're Where You Belong! One unit now open! Schaeffer of Mesa, Arizona and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his" parents, and three brothers, Russell, Max andLeland. DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Barbara Christians - Tammy Boerat 288 Tenth Street 1-B00-427-1053 Wlndqm, MN 56101 567-B31-1053 Glass Installed Headquarters for all Glass Replacement - ALL CARS & TRUCKS - Klasse Sales & Service 274-6166 Westbrook, MN. St. #106 Grove 859-2489 361 8th Walnut He graduated from Mankato State in 1957 and received a master's degree in physical education there in 1959. He earned a master's degree in education administration from the University of Minnesota in 1965 and a specialist desree from St. Cloud State Universtty in 1979. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; sons Michael, of Eureka, CA; Stephen, of Maple Grove, and Lee, of Alta Loma, CA; daughters Cathy DeGraff, of Tucson, AZ, and Sharon Maguire, of Richfield; a brother, Rodney, of Walnut Grove; sisters Shirley Gazzola, of Mankato; Arlene Zabel, of West Covina, CA; Ramona Toner, of Lake Elmo, and Rosemary Brill, of Grand Rapids, MN, and five grandchildren. Services were held at 10 a.m Thursday, April 4, 1991, at SL Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 2048 Hamline Ave. N, Rmevi J i'ii