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Library 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon TOPS ~lub No. 1336 every Wednesday in the Savior's Lutheran Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 Walnut Grove TOPS Walnut Grove TOPS Club No." 1169 will meet each Monday at the Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. Wilder Pageant Committee WALNUT GROVE -- Wilder LuVella Vosberg honored on her 80th birthday The family of LuVella Vosberg hosted a belated birthday party for her 80th birthday held at Grace Lutheran Church parlors Sunday, April 14th. The afternoon was spent visiting, reminiscing and taking pictures. Lunch was served by the children and grandchildren. The delicious birthday cake was baked by Lil Knudson. A group of close relatives Pageant Committee meets April enjoyed supper at LuVella's home 29th at 8 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran following the open house. 1 Local student in SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE / Honors Group Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 24, 1991 ( ] Cindy Brey, wife of Chuck Brey of Shoreview, was recently initiated into the honors organization for American Associate degree colleges, Phi Them Kappa (PTK), at the Coon Rapids.campus of Anoka-Ramsey Community College, She is the daughter of Arnold and Jean Beek of Westbrook. Brey is planning to transfer to Metro State University or the University of Minnesota to study business administration. Membership in Phi Theta Kappa Henry Helgeson Funeral services were held Friday, April 19, 1991, at 1:00 p.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Lamberton. Pastor Lee Harder and Pastor Earl Amundsen officiated. Jan Yonker and Marvin Einertson, soloists; Peggy Martius, organist and Althca Owen, pianist. Burial was in the Lakeview Cemetery in Windom. during the Vietnam Theater. Earl is survived by his wife, Beverly (Nielsen) Bartlett, two stepsons, two stepdaughters. Also survived by two daughters, four brothers, George of Revere, MN, Lyle of Fort Dodge, IA, Dale of Kaylor, SD, Glenn of Apple Valley, CA; two sisters, Clara Fultz of Seward, AK, Mildred Horseman of Tracy, MN; three step grandsons. He was preceded in death by his meeting from 5:30 - 6:00Church. is conferred on community college Henry Nicholai Helgeson was parents and two brothers. students who have establishedborn at Lamberton, MN December academic excellence, axe judged of 11, 1900, to Helge Helgeson and Robert Mills Basic Education good moral character and haveTina Anderson Kaale Helgeson.Funeral services for Robert L. ['BROOK- Basic English, qualities of good citizenship. He attended school in the Mills were held April 20, 1991, at ing skills, preparation for Academic qualifications include Lamberton area and was confirmed Salem Lutheran Church, ) test, etc. taught with achieving a3.5 grade point average in the Lutheran Church at Montevideo, MN, at 11 a.m. with I learning-plans. Classes while taking a minimum of 12 Lamberton. Rev. Norman Aronson officiating. Tuesday and Thursday quarter credits any one quarter and He married Hilda Ringnell The Salem Lutheran Church 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the maintaining a minimum of 3.0 March 21, 1929, and they lived in Choir and the Fiesta City Chorus )k Elementary Computer whilein college, the Lamberton community untilprovided the music with Diane No fee for classes or -- 1970. He owned and operated the Schulte, organist. For more information Westbrook Library Helgcson Clothiers and Cleaners Active pallbearers were Kenneth ,rook High School Office . . for many years. Luebke, Ralph Heidorn, John ) or Eunice Christensen, news David VanHecke story In 1970 he retired and they Walstrom, Joel Boldenow, Stanley (274-6491). If you like to have a story read to . . moved to their home on Diamond Knudson and Bernard Schulte. you, try our books on cassette at selected for pubhcatlon Lake near Atwater, MN, wh~reHonorary pallbearers were the staff yUnit#17 the public library. Plum Creek WALNUT GROVE--David they lived for- 10 years. Hilda and school board of District 129, )K -- Hospital Library System has a rotating Boy Scout VanHecke, a Concordia Collegepassed away March 20, 1980, and Fiesta City Chorus, Salem Unit #7 will be heldcollection. Right now we have kpril 25 at the home of available at our library, on casse tte, Court of Honor Moorhead senior, was one of aHenry moved to Windom'for a Lutheran Church Choir and the 5th select group of students who year. grade class, Room 203. : :at 2 p.m. " Jamesthe followingBond "Secretb ks: IanAgentFleming s0()fl.; ScoutsWESTBROOK-'-Tr Pwill hold a Court of19HonorB Y publishedParticipated prosein the andreadingpoetry f theiron EllenOn Octoberwagner31,in 1981,New heUlmmarredand MemorialIntermentcemetery,was Montevideo,in Sunset pper an autobiography of "Yeager, The Monday, April 29, at 7 p.m. 'at ROOK --- Potluck Stress - Proof Child (a loving Grace Lutheran Church. All boys April 16th at the Cry~s Running they lived in New Ulm until 1990, MN. Art Gallery. VanHecke s submittea when Ellen entered a nursing home Robert Larry Mills was born on will be Monday, April parent's guide), and by Victoria and their parents, who are stor,"The Darker Side of in Lafayette and Henry moved to April 4, 1942 in Wadena County, i p.m. at the Senior Center. Holt "The Road to Paradise interested in joining Boy Scouts, Y li be Carl and Edith Olson Island." are encouraged to attend this Manhood" was published In Valley View Apartments in Minnesota to Rodney and Rosa a Johnson. There are also others available meeting. All boys in gra~ 6and AFTERWORK, the Concordia Lambcrton. Mills. He was baptized at SL John's College Literary Magazine 1990- Henry 'Hank" is survived by his Lutheran Church in Wadeam. He Club for loan if you wish to send for up are eligible to be a Boy Scorn 91. This publication showcases the wife, Ellen, three sons and their graduated from Verndale High ;unset Club them interlibrary loan. and we are also inviting all 5th best of the poetry, prose and wives, Merton and Caroly, John School in 1960 and Bemidji Stale New books at library: Martin & grade boys to this meeting and artwork submitted by Concordia and Joyce and Rodney "Rock" and College in 1964. He taught school May 1st at 1:30 p.m. atMalcom, & America - A Dream or their parents if they are inter~Ited students. The works chosen for Jane, all of Burnsville, eight in Westbrook, MN, until 1970 r Center. Hosts will bea Nightmare, by James Cone. Life in joining. publication were selected by the grandchildren and ten greatwhen he moved to Montevideo Fogel and Lu Nelsen. Is Too Short by Mickey Rooney. editorial staff and faculty readings, grandchildren, where he also taught school. On The group of twelve poets, four He was preceded in death by bis July 20, 1963, he was united in short story writers along with five first wife, Hilda, one brother, Fred, marring(; to Esther Carman at the i nwood County "As you Sow" is the Cuh Scout. artists were guests at a reception in sister, Myrtle, two half brothers, Central Methodist Church in theme of National Pack Meeting their honor following the reading Ole and John Kaale, and two half Vemdale, MN. To this union, was of their works. Dave has a sisters, Dorothea and Aasti. born a daughter, Carman. cent pregnancy Soil and Water WESTBROOK---The May 5th Communications and English with He was actively involved ill the helen Stewardsl ip Week Pack meeting has been changed to an emphasis on creative writing ' Fiesta City Chorus, MEA, Faculty fittee meeting Suggesting that everyone canFriday, April 26, at 6:30 p.m. It major and will graduate in May Service Club, was a member of text Cottonwood County help care for the earth's will be held at the city park. In case Ralph Hamilton with a BA degree. Salem Lutheran Church, was a of inclement weather, we will meet ent Pregnancy Prevention environment by looking for things at Trinity Lutheran Church. The Services for Ralph Jacob member of the church choir, and lee Meeting will feature to do right outside their doorway, Hamilton, 89, of Currie were at served on the church council. In rman, Windom Area High the Cottonwood Soil and Water meeting will begin with a potluck 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Tracy 1977, he was selected as the Health Teacher who willConservation District is supper, bring your own eating United Methodist Church. Burial teacher of the year in Montevideo the Values and Choices encouraging local churches, uterL sils and dish to pass. was in the Memorial Gardensand had also been selected as the lure that is used as part of organizations and individuals tO Tiger Cubs and t ir families m Students attend Cemetery in Slayton. Barbershop[ . Of The Year. grade health class. Thejoin the nationwide observance of to come to this pack meeting also. g will be held Monday, Soil and Water Stewardship Week, Tigers will receive their Wolf book Shrine Circus Mr. Hamilton died Tuesday, Robert died on April 17, 1991, April 16, 1991, at the Prairie View following a lingering. ~ at tbe to start the Cub Scout Wail.WALNUT GROVE---Eighteen Nursing Home in Tracy. Chippewa Co. - Montevideo :9th, from 12:00 noon to April 28 - May 5, 1991. All interested boys, in ~ 1 - 4th grade students, their teacher, P.m. at the Cottonwood The Cottonwood SWCD, which He was born on March 26, 1902, Hospital at the age of 49 y~ml and Extension Office, located works throughout the year on soil 4, and their parents are invited to Grace Anderson and three adults in Rock Rapids, IA, to Frank and 13 days. He is survived by his North. Bring your sack and water conservation measures, come also. and three Special Ed students and Judith (Dorn) Hamilton. He moved wife, Esther; a daughter, Carman, their teacher and an aid, made the with bis parents to Minnesota in and her husband, Tim Bums, of further information call the trip to the Shrine Circus in Sioux 1904. He attended District 24 rural Montevideo; a granddaughter, County Off'me at 831- Dr. Henry Schmidt Falls on Thursday, April 18th. school in Holly Township ofKaitlin; parents, Rodney and Ro~t Everyone enjoyed iL Murray County. On June 24, 1934, Mills of Staples, MN, a brother, Memorial Hospital he tnarried Velma Witter inWayne, and his wife, Vickyvof Cherokee, IA. The couple lived in Verndale, MN; a sister, l~bece~ Nutrition GROVE- Senior -- feater resource stewardship Services serving at the, Center at 11:30 a.m. :day. April 29 --- BBQ ribs, 3-bean salad, rye ,~ sauce. April 30 -- School entertain. Baked chicken, ;Potatoes, mixed vegetables, fresh fruiL lesday, May 1 -- May augratin potatoes, or salad, wheat bread, bar. May 2 ~ Site - 10 a.m. Roast beef, green beans, roll, 3 --- Hamburger on potato fries, coleslaw, is providing materials for local churches, restaurants, schools, hospitals, nursing homes and banks. The Cottonwood SWCD is one of nearly 3,000 conservation district nationwide that work with the National Association of Conservation District to encourage through the annual week-long observance. Kay Clark, District Administrator/Technician Assistant, said she bopes Stewardship Week will help individuals realize that their own actions will reap results on the environment. "By taking positive environmental steps - as simple as planting a tree or reducing pesticide use -- every person can be a sower, not just in the fields where food and fiber crops are grown, but in the broder fields Gf life," said ClarL Materials especially designed to convey the 1991 theme, "As You Sow," are being distributed by the Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation District located at the include bread, butter, Ag Service Center Hwy 71 North, and coffee. Cards are played Windom. at 10:00. Anyone may participate in theHospital address by calling JoAnn Bertschi Ella Marquardt had knee surgery 859-2469) at the on April 23. Her address is: Center, 859-2135 at Ella Marquardt day prior to attending. Rice Memorial Hospital meal is $2.13 or by 301 Becket Ave S.W. Willmar, MN 56201 ,ton Auction Barn t for sH classes of livestock. THURSDAY Winter Hours: ltay & Straw 1~:00 Livestock 1:00 & Bonded for ~your protection. hone 836-6244 Thekla Zuidema in hospital WALNUT GROVE -- Tbekla Zuidema, formerly of Walnut Grove, was admitted Thursday, April 18, to the Redwood Falls Hospital. DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Barbara Christians - Tammy Boerst 288 Tenth Street 1-800-427-1053 Wlnd~m, MN 56101 507-831-1053 DRIVING CLASS be held for persons 55 years and over. & THURSDAY, MAY 1 & 2 1 - First Class - 1-5 p.m. & 6-10 p.m. 2 - Second Class - 1-5 p.m. & 6-10 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center. Cost of the class is $10.00 per person. You have to attend both 4 hour sessions. All Insurance companies give a percentage rate on your insurance premium. In persons will be accepted. To register CALL ~ttPerintendent Orlyn Wiemer's Office 859-2141. Westbrook, Minnesota April 15- 21, 1991 ADMITTED: Mrs. Augusta Rausenberger Westbmok DISCHARGED: Mrs. Rena Koehn Jeffers Mrs. Augusta Rausenberger Westhroek MEMORIALS: Mrs. Frieda Nelson College News Mathiason admitted to Southwest State Jennifer Mathiason, daughter of Glen and Patti Mathiason of Walnut Grove, MN, has been accepted for fall quarter of 1991 at Southwest State University in Marshall, MN. Her planned major field of study is undeclared. NOW OPEN 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 Westbrook American the Currie area, where he farmed, and her husband, John Ensor, of He also worked as a road Baltimore, MD, his mother-iwlaw, Legion Aux. - 4/16/91 maintenance man in Holly CiaresseWidell, ofSebeka, MN; a The Westbrook American Township. He was a member of the brother-in-law, and special friend, Legion Auxiliary met April 16th at Walnut Grove Methodist Church. Larry Hucbner of Staples, MN, as 7:30p.m. at the Alice Sell home. In bis spare time, be enjoyedwell as a number of nieces, President Lois opened the fishing and playing pinocble,nephews, aunts, uncles and in- meeting with prayer, Pledge of Survivors include his wife; son, laws. Allegiance to the Flag and Howard of Curtis; two daughters, He was preceded in death by a Preamble. Barbara of Pasadena, CA, and sister, Jean Huebner, a niece, The Unit sold their framed Laurel Hansen of Alexandria; and Jenny Carter and his father-in-law, preamble to the Dovray Unit. three grandchildren. Oscar Widell. The VFW Auxiliary is sharing He was preceded in death by his the expense of the U.S.A. flag for parents, two brothers and one the center of the city park with our sister. Frigid Unit. We have had this project" . aixe since the pole was put up years ago Americas by the Legion Post and Auxiliary The VFW Auxiliary started in Earl E. Barlett "Prb mium Quality 1990. Funeral services were held Poppy selling was discussed, Monday, April 8, 1991, at Midland z Appliances Unit sells May 16th and 17th. A MI for Earl E. Bartlett. Burial was ~ notice will be put in the paper the in Midland City Cer0etery. first week of May. Earl E. Barlett, 51, of Midland,On Displayat Money was given for poppy MI died Thursday, April 4, 1991, poster winners at WWG Middle at the William Beaumont Hospital School. First Place - Kelly Haar; in Royal Oak, MI. Second Place- Natban Burns; He was born April 21, 1939 to Sales & Third Place - Doug Sievers. Dwight and Helen Bartlett in North Election of Officers was held. Hero-Tewnship, Redwood County, President- Lois Reynolds. First MN. He was employed at Vice - Fern Refsal. Second Vice - Electronic Data Systems (EDS) ofWestbrook, MN Agnes Vortherms. Secretary - Troy, MI. Phone 274-6166 Valeta Bass. Treasurer - LaVonne He served with the United States Hanson and Chaplain - Evclyn navy for 10 years, and had served Yahnke. May 21st meeting will be at f ~ ~ i LaVonne's at 7:30 p.m. Meeting closed with prayer for PRE-REGISTRATION FOR SWIMMING LESSONS peace, will be held on MONDAY, APRIL 29 ,Valets Bass and FRIDAY, MAY 3 3-6 p.m. Alice Sell. Acting at the Westbroo ity Library. If you pre-register, we will try to meet your Westbrook Clinic needs for better scheduling. If any questions ,regarding the pre-registration, please call 732 Sth street Angle Benson at 274-5517. Wutbrook, MN 56183 I I I I I I Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Men. thru Fri. Link Interior & Design 9 a.n - 12 Noon on the square in Wlndom" Saturday for the finest in custom made draperies and furniture, For appointments carpeting and area rugs, call 274-6145 custom floral arrangements (after hours 274-6121) and accents for your home. Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. We also offer Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. in home design consultation. Phone: 831-3460 IIII I I