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be hooked up this week ] ursday Tracy Early Monday Night High Series: so all the watering of greens and Women's Bowling---4/1/91 Gloria Doom 502 fairways will be handled Al's Bar 44 12 SharonTimgren 498 automatically by a special clock Tracy Ins. 39 17 Pam Madson 491 system. --ts-- Hoyt Oil 36 20 Body Shop 26 30 High Games: Med. Club 25 31 Jan Lindaman 213 Becky (Riddle) Sorenson will Clover Farm 23 33 Mardella Olson 212 again handle the bookkeeping and Serviceman's Linda Schmalz 200 take care of the clubhouse. The Center 21 35 " clubhouse will be open when the Tmcy Lanes 10 46 weather permits. A reminder that Lamberton Tuesday Night Fi/si b-rIJ6k of business in this membership dues for 1991 must be High Series: first T-Shots of the season is to let paid before May 1, 1991 to avoid Lu Anderson 588 Men's, Late League---4/9/91 all of you ladies know that the paying a $15.00 penalty. Millie West 524 Wally s Feeder Women's Stagette at Rolling Hills ---ts-- Jan Janssen 518 Pigs 33 1/2 -18 1/2 Revere Coops 30 1/2 - 21 1/2 Golf Club will be held on Tuesday, Hoyt Oil & April 30 instead of the original The WWG Charger golf team Convenience 26 - 26 date which was Saturday, will be playing host to the Tracy High Games: April 27. Apparently there was golfers in a match at Rolling Hills Lu Anderson 224 Cactus Bar 25 - 27 something already scheduled for today, Tuesday. Coach John Merge Heinrich 193 Jerry's Sportsman the27th. The event will start with a Amundsen has high hopes for the MillieWest 192 Bowl 21 - 31 social hour from 5:30 to 6:30, coming season with several LuAnderson 192 Greenwood Nursery 20 - 32 followed by dinner hour. After returning letterm sn. - Tracy Late Monday Nigh dinner there will be games and -- Women's Bowling----4/8/91 High Series: Gene Hildreth 581 drawings for door prizes. Tickets Nelda's Tax are available at the door or in Service 38 - 22 ' Sherry Homing 574 advance frommembersofthegolf Be ling 361/'2-231/2 DaveBaumann 563 committee. ---ts-- W John's Super High Games: Valu 34 1/'2 - 25 1/2 Sherry Homing 236 Amie's Standard 30- 30 Dave Baumann zl l While on the subject of the ,Dairy Queen29 - 31 ladies, the first Ladies Day will be Tmcy State Don Fester 211 held on Tuesday, May 7. There Bank 27 - 33 will be a noon luncheon starting at 12:00 followed by golf or playing Am. Family 24 - 36 Red Rooster 21 - 39 Late Saturday Night cards after the luncheon. Westbrook Men's Tuesday ---ts--- Night Bowling---4/9/91 High Games: Couples Bowling Lichty Drug 72 - 54 The men have been showing Double D Cafe 64 - 62 Arlene West 192 Banquet up on Wednesdays already when Double D Bowl 59 - 67 Linda Towne 180 WESTBROOK--Bowlers in the the weather permits, and a few Elkhorn Inn 57 69 DebBruns 177 Late Saturday Night Couples League held their annual banquet times when it didn't permit. Men's Westbrook Men's Thursday last Wednesday night, April 10, at League play is scheduled to begin High Series: on Wednesday, May 15. Signup Dean Winter 503 Night Bowling---4/4/91 the Dovray Manor in Dovray. VFW 103 - 23 Awards presented at the banquet sheets for the league can be found Rick Fogel 486 Double D Cafe 68 - 58 included: . at the clubhouse. The sooner you Arnie Teichroew 483 Double D Bowl 65 - 61 High Team Series:'Ourada - sign up, the sooner the leagues can Maynards 62 - 64 Schmalz 2047; Olson - Johnson be made up and the cards printed. High Games: --ts--- Arnie Teichroew 194 C & L 43 - 83 1869; Mischke - Nelsen 1854. Dave Stresemann 193 Funks 37 - 89 High Team Game: Ourada - Doug Bakke is back again Dean Winter 191 High Series: taking care of the grounds and Leon Mischke greens with help from Otto Cohrs. Red Nelsen The new watering system should Gary DeBates t in for FREE samples and coupons of our new Hot Stuff Pizzas. Hawaiian-Style, Sausage & Salsa, Double Pepperonl. FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 19TH from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. ! Westbrook, MN. Phone 274-6505 "nel (leaN 8750 - 39O5) Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J. Merchant Publishers Thomas Merchant Menaglng Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patrlcla Peterson Editor Madellne AIc~rn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring "P/poeettor Edna Lassman Walnut Grove Correepondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnick Milroy Correq:. ndent Mrs. Paul Martin Lucan Correqxmdent Published avery 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 while they ara 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, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADLINES: 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 WESTBROOK SENTINEL OFFICE HOURS 507-274-6136 ' Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5.'00 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. , Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5.'00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED WALNUT GROVE TRIBUNE OFRCE HOURS 507-859-2187 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 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 Otl er: Call Patricia Peterson at 859-2120 High Games: Misehke Steve Schmalz Leon Mischke Westbrook Men's Thursday Night Bowling--4/ll/91 *VFW 103 - 32 Double D Cafe 73 - 62 Maynards 71 - 64 Double D Bowl 69 - 66 Funks 46 - 89 C&L 43 92 Schmalz 709; Olson - Johnson 685; Anderson - Takle 661. 640 High Men's Series: Duane 540 Ourada 598; Marlowe Nelsen 560; 532 Leon Mischke and Marlowe Nelsen 557. High Men's Game: Leon 232 Mischke and Duane Ourada 215; 215 Duane Ourada and Bob Olson 214; 212 Marlowe Nelsen 211. Highest Men's Average: Marlowe Nelsen 170. Most Improved Male Bowler: Marlowe Nelsen + 11 pins. High Ladies Series: Kari *Winners Second Half High Games: Rich Isder Dean Winter Dave Stresemann High Sfries: . Dean Winter Dave Stresemann Roy Hemmer, Duane Ourada Westbrook Monday Night Ladies Bowling--4/l.fd91 Jensen's Clippers 41 15 Boeek's ConsL35 1/2 - 20 1/2 Dovray Manor 35 SW State Bank 31 VFW Aux. 30 Klasses Sales 29 Lloyd's Amoco 28 - Double D Bowl 26 - Rongstad's Ins. 23 - State Farm Ins. 21 - Lichty Drug 19 - Eli om Inn 17 1/2 34 562 Cottonwood County 555 543 District Court April 8 - 10, 1991 Speeding: $44.00 - Keith-El, on 224 Madson, Storden, MN; Shannon 220 Wade Renhelt, Windom, MN; 201 Tammy Coulter, Windom, 201 MN;$55.00 - Steven Joseph Buysse, Maple Grove, MN; John Alan Determan, Mt. Vernon, SD;$88.00 - Michael Lee Gaage, Anoka, MN. Fall to yield: Peter G. Warentin. 21 Mountain Lake, MN - $88.00. 25 No Parking: Anne Brown, 26 Sanborn, MN - $10.00. Exhibition driving: Brad Allen Bruns, Windom, MN - $44.00. 30 Shoplifting: Susan Marie 33 Seydel, Windom, MN - $165.00, 35 Deft. may perform 30 hrs. of sts in 37 lieu of fine payment. Must pay 1/2 $15. sc. PUQUCATION C04~Y - OUMERCIAt. ~ I~VlNGS 8ANK$ COWI~UOATED IqESaqT OF ~ ~ C~memt~ ~ ~ S~BsOam~ =~,~( ,~ a*,~ TIl'ME =rsr~.TE ~ NO ATE OCAE OF BUSINESS GA 'E SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 17, 1991 IB BIIIIB m Saturday Night Couples Bowling WESTBROOK--Winners of the league for the second row weret.he team of Gwen and Kenny Anderson ano Jay iaKie. Their 6th members" Held, and Dave were not present. ,' WESTBROOK econd place winners were Linda and Schmalz and Duane and Karl Ourada. Their "6th Gloria and Louis Doom, were not present. Ourada 560; Sue Johnson 543; Gwen Anderson 526. High Ladies Game: Sue Johnson 209; Karl Ourada 203; Gwen Anderson 201. Highest Ladies Average: Gwen Anderson 161. Most Improved Female Bowler: Phyllis Bakken +11 pins. Perfect Attendance: Donna Nelsen, Linda and Steve Schmalz, Maydelle and Gene Kronback. Drivers log n/current: Lee Allan Hilbrands, George, IA - $55.00. Pass in no passing zone: Lee Allan Hilbrands, Windom, MN - $44.00. Fall to list for taxation: Larry Elwood Smith, Windom, MN - $55.00. Fail to trans, ownership: Larry Elwood Smith, Windom, Mn - $55.00. No dealership Lie.: Larry Elwood Smith, Windom, MN - $330.00; stayed 90-days jail for 360 days; unsupervised probiation for 360 days; pay all amounts owed; have no viol 1 yr. grtr than trfc msd. or any viol. s/s. No dealership license: Larry Elwood Smith, Windom, MN - Dismissed. Ill. use of license plate: Michael Eldon Bettin, Butterfield, MN - COUN'I* 1: $220.00; fine and sur charge suspended on same conditions as no insurance. COUNT 2: $55.00. COUNT 3: $330.00; 10 days jail, stayed 7 days for 360 days; serve 3 dj; pay . all fines and sc; do not operate vehicle w/out proper registration or insurance for l DAR: Steven Robert Thai,n, New Hope, MN - 90 days jail, 60 days stayed for 360 days; serve 30 dj; perform minimum of 60 hrs sts while incarcerated in lieu of fine, assmt waived; no s/s msd or grtr viol. 1 yr. $500 "Design Our Logo" contest Your hot design can some cold cash. The Minnesota Job Partnership conjunction with Worthington Job Training is sponsoring a "Design contest. $500 in cash awarded to the top designs. The Minnesota Job Partnership Association the training employment delivered by the Job Training Office. Thi serve as the common deliverers of these throughout the Entries must be later than April 23, 1991. All decisions by the t-mal. For more information Training programs, contest and entry requirements, Kathy at 1-800-262-1441 or "Design Our Logo" Worthington Job P.O. Box 816, 56187. We might not make you: but we might make you richer. Life Insuranc ROC 274-61 has a fertilizer spreader for seeding set- aside and oats for s e. we for have a Vac for rent moving your grain.