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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 &m. - 12 noon 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. Y / College News r TOPS TOPS Club No. 1336 every Wednesday in the Savior's Lutheran Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 meeting from 5:30 - 6:00 Basic Education - Basic English, skills, preparation for test, etc. taught with learning plans. Classes Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the Elementary Computer No fee for classes or For more information High School Office or Eunice Christensen, (274-6491). meeting !STBROOK--Hospital meets Monday, May 6, p.m. at the elementary Unit 1 serves lunch. t6 does coupons and favors month of May. Guest be Roger Wipperman. Pressure -- Free Blood at the Dovray Senior on Wednesday, May 8th - 4 p.m Mildred Cohrs, SW Regional Development Commission The Board of Directors of the Southwest Regional Development Commission will meet on Tuesday, May 7, 1991 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the SRDC office, 2524 Broadway Ave Slayton, MN. Notice to all trap shooters The Tracy Sportsman's Club will begin their summer trap shooting season on Tuesday, May 7, 1991. All persons interested in league or open shooting are invited. The club also has a pistol range which will be open for shooting on Tuesday nights. If you have any question, please contact Steve Haugen at 836-8176 or 836-8564. Senior Nutrition Services WALNUT GROVE --- Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Community Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday, May 6 -- Swiss steak, boiled potatoes, lettuce salad, purple plums, bread, milk. Tuesday, May 7 -- Roast pork, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, jello/fruit. Graduation ceremonies May 4 at SDSU South Dakota State University in Brookings will award degrees to 802 graduates during spring commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m Saturday, May 4, in Frost Arena in the Stanley J. Marshall Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center at SDSU. O.Dale I.arson of Brookings and Anson A. Yeager of Sioux Falls will be honored with honorary doctor of science degrees during the ceremony. Jennifer Jo Schock of Brookings, a graduate in home economics, will present the commencement address. The Rev. Truman Raak of Faith Reform Church in brookings will deliver the invocation and benediction. * designates graduation with honor; ** graduation with high honor, *** graduation with highest honor. Area graduates to receive degrees may 4 are: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture: Linda Chapman and Michael Vanpel of Westhrook. Bachelor of Science in Arts and Science: Bruce Byers* of Westbrook. Wednesday May 8-- Chicken, SDSU Statesmen and potato salad, mixed vegetables, American Legion fruit cup. Pasquettes performed will hold their regularThursday, May 9 -- Party The South Dakota State on Thursday, May 9th atDay, Mih'oy and Balaton invited. University Statesmen and P.m. at the Dovray Senior Meatballs, mashed potatoes, Pasquettes performed their Spring : Jones, hostess, broccoli, peach crisp. Choral Concert on Sunday April Beth Lindstrom wins first in piano competition April 22 - 24 Edina Grace Lutheran Church was the scene of the Contest for Accelerated Christian Education in the State of Minnesota. Four hundred students participated, in Music, Arts and Crafts and athletic events. Beth Lindstrom, a junior in high school, from Westbrook Christian School, won f'h'St place in the piano contest. Her selection was, "Jesus Never Fails," concert arrangement by Greer. Beth and Cara Fisher, also won first place in piano duet, playing "I Will Sing of My Redeemer." Beth Lindstrom' 'is a student of Marian Johnson. Charles W. Caswell receives safety award Charles W. Caswell, a resident of the Westbrook area, was presented a jacket and certificate in recognition of three of safe driving at $chn ideyears Specialized Carriers, Inc. To qualify for this award, the driver must have a safety record which is free of any accidents, cargo claims and excessive moving violations. Charles is tO be commended on making Schneider Specialized Carrier's commitment to safe public highways a reality. Rosella F. Rasmussen Rosella Fern Rasmussen, 67, of Eden Prairie, MN died April 12, 1991. Funeral services were held at I1:00 a.m Monday, April 15, 1991 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Eden Prairie, MN, with Pastor Thomas E. Herbranson officiating. Interment was in the Eden Prairie Cemetery. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - We6tbrook, MN - Wednesday, May 1, 1991 Milton R. Anderson Milton R. Anderson, 69, of 725- 20th St. NW, East Grand Forks, MN died Monday, April 22, 1991, at his home. Funeral Services were held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, April 25, 1991. Milton Anderson was born July 4, 1921 in Westbrook, MN, the son of John and Julia Anderson. He grew up in Westbrook, MN and graduated from the Westbrook High School in 1939. He married Maxine North on January 22, 1941. He served in the Navy SeaBees in the South Pacific until 1945 when he returned home. Maxine died in 1960. He married Carol Stewart on August 3, 1962, in Moorhead, MN. They lived in Marshall, MN where he was a Zone Manager for I.D.S. prior to moving to East Grand Forks, MN in 1977. He worked for the Minnesota Employment Services as a Veteran's Representative until retirement on January 4, 1991. He was a member of the East Grand Forks American Legion Post #157, East Grand Forks VFW Post #3817, East Grand Forks Laura G. Schmidt Funeral services for Laura G. Schmidt were held Monday, April 25, 1991 at 2:00 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church, Westbrook with Pastor Jack and Pastor Janelle Harrison, officiating. Vocalist was Eunice Christensen with Janet Mischke organist. Casket bearers were Harold Vaupel, David Vaupel, Brian Vaupel, Robert Kuiper, Lowell Tjentland and James Polk. Interment was in Westbrook Cemetery. Laura G. Schmidt, daughter of J.A. and Susan Coryell Niffenegger, was born November 14, 1904 at Barney, North Dakota. She moved with her family to a farm in northwest Iowa when she was two years old. She graduated from Sibley, Iowa High School and then continued her education at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake, Iowa where she received her certification as a teacher. She was employed as a rural school teacher in Osceola County for 25 years Lions Club, East Grand Forkswhere she wrote the music and Eagles Lodge #350, Hope language arts curriculums. Covenant Church, and the East On November 18, 1950 she was Grand Forks Civil Service joined in marriage to Carl Schmidt Commission for 10 years. He was also on the Advisory Committee of the East Grand Forks Technical College. He is survived by his wife Carol; a daughter, Delite (Mrs. Charles) Luster, DesMoines, IA; two sons, Brian Anderson, Minneapolis and Donn Anderson, Brooklyn Park, MN; four grandchildren; one great granddaughter; one brother, Milford J. Anderson, Westbrook, MN; three sisters, Flora Tenley, Rochester, MN, Lillian (Mrs. Chester) Baarstad, Westbrook, MN. and Myrna (Mrs. Kenneth) Peterson, Arlington Heights, IL. He is preceded in death by his wife, Maxine, his parents, and at New Ulm, Minnesota. She was a former member of the Jeffers Methodist Church and later was a member of the United Presbyterian Church in Westbrook. She was preceeded in death by her parents, her husband Carl in 1984 and a brother Ellery and sister Lois Kuiper. Surviving are, one stepson, Leslie Schmidt and wife Beverly of Albany Oregon, one sister, Doris Vaupel of Westbrook, two grandsons, four great grandchildren and a number of mucus and nephews. Mary Schrieber Friday, May 10 -- Ham, 28, in Peterson Recital Hall of She was born April 19, 1923 to three brothers. Funeral services for Mary scalloped potatoes, green beans, Lincoln Music Building on the Fred and Grace Hult at Frankfort, Schrieber, 86, of Austin, and pear sauce, mulTm. SDSU campus. SD. She graduated from the William Schneider formerly of Westbrook, will be Meals include bread, butter,The two groups also performed Walnut Grove High School in held Thursday, May 2, 1991 at CardParty milk and coffee. Cards are played on Saturday, April 27 at the Lake 1941. In 1944 she married Virgil Funeral services were held 11:00 a.m. at Grace Lutheran held at the Senior Center every morning at 10:00. Anyone Preston Fine Arts Festival. These Rasmussen. Monday, April 29, 1991 for Church, Westbrook, with Rev. ;day, May 8th at 7 p.m. 60 or older may participate in the concerts were the final concerts of She is survived by her husband, William Schneider at Grace Jerry Lamb, officiating. will be Leslie and Lu Beckmann and Laura meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi the season. Virgil, Eden Prairie, two sons, Lutheran Church at 10:30 a.m. Vocalist Eunice Christensen will (home 859-2469) at the Area student participating in the Donald of Apple Valley and Dean with Rev. Jerry Lamb officiating, sing "Amazing Grace" and "In The of Mankato, one daughter, Mrs. Betty Rupp accompanied Garden" accompanied by organist, Community Center, 859-2135 atPasquettes was Jean Vosberg of Richard (Diane) Bartholow ofvocalist Gordon Kopperud. least one day prior to attending. Westh, ooL Betty Rupp. Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by Waconia, two grandsons and one Casket bearers were Randy Casket bearers will be Richard I'NBows, contribution, granddaughter, two sisters, Mrs. Ward, Tom Ward, Tyler Paris,Bauer, LaVerne Bauer, Gregory Boots N Bows square Kenneth (Leona) Donner, Lucan Doug Lemke, Mark Schneider, Bauer, Wayne Chapman, James Club will dance Friday, May Kirk Schneider and James Albrandt and Jerry Schrieber. at 8:00 p.m. at the Storden Plum Creek Park cleanup Tammy Taylor and Mrs. (Deloryia) Blankenhagen Schneider. mity Hall. WALNUT GROVE--The last received scholarship of Renville. Interment will be in Westbrook ek !unch will be furnished, two weekends the commtmity and Interment was in Westbrook Cemetery, Westbrook. ey Abe' Maier will be the its organizations have been Tummy Taylor, ,Westbrooks Cemetery. Mary Schrieber, daughter of working at the Plum Creek recently received an Academic Leonard Schmidt William Schneider, son of Rudolph and Franie Schad mre dancers welcome. Park Campground area. We haveAchievement Scholarship in the August and Elizabeth Linscheid Schaffer was born March 28, 1905 been trimming up the trees and amount of $1t30. Taylor is enrolled Services for Leonard A. Schneider was born May 6, 1898 in at Heron Lake, Minnesota. She Schmidt, 76, of Walnut Grove was Cottonwood County. completed eight years of schooling. -shrubs in two of the four rows in in the Dental Assisting major at at noon Sunday at Trinity Lutheran He married Anna Pestegaard on She was joined in marriage to the campgrounds, and what a Southwestern Technical College, Church in Walnut Grove. Burial in June 24, 1925 in Cottonwood Edwin Schrieber at Westbrook, m Christian difference it makes. There have Canby Campus. Selection is based I's Club,been a total of 260 hours of time on academic achievement wiflain the Walnut Grove Cemetery. County. To this union three Minnesota on November 4, 1921. tom Christian Women s given to)yards this improvement; each program major. Mr. Schmidt died Thursday,children were born. To this union three children were April 25, 1991, at Weiner He lived and farmed his entire born, sons Herbert and Alfred and Recommendations are made by MediCal Center in life on the family homestead in daughter Eunice. ordially invites you to a plus the supply of tools, trailers, May 9, 1991 at 9:30 a.m. and la'ucks for removal of branehes, program instructors with final American Legion Club, Out of these two mws there were a selection by the Campus He was born on February 23, Cottonwood County until 1951 After their marriage in 1921, larsh.ip when he retired and moved tothey continued to live in n, MN. total of 27 loads of branches Scho Committee. 1915, in Johnsonville Township of Westbrook. He was a former Westbrook. She worked at the BLE THIMBLE will hauled. We have plans of doing the Redwood County to August andmember of the Westbrook AreaWestbrook Produce and the Special feature A Stitch in final two rows later this year. Martha (Schmidt) Schmidt. He was Mennonite Church and was a Westbrook Bakery for many years, by Maryl Scott; special Thank you to all who donated their Christine Baumann baptized and confirmed at Trinity member of the Grace Lutheranretiring in ,1967. She was a l ical Patems by Karla time in this busyspring season and awarded SSU Music. Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Church in Westbrook where hemember of the Westlm3ok Legion Patchwork of Life" by thanks to the Walnut Grove Area He graduated from Walnut Grove served as custodian and a council Auxiliary and a former member of Scott, registered nurse, Jaycees for providing lunch for the Gala Ball scholarship schools. He worked as a bulldozer member for many years. Grace Lutheran Church in of four, grandmother who crews. Christine Baumann of Walnut'operator in construction projects He was preceded in deathby his Westbrook. In 1982 she moved to special speaker. Grove has been awarded a $300 around the area. parents, his wife Anna in 1983, a Austin where she had just become Gala Ball Music Scholarship at Survivors include his sister, son Elton,five brothers, Alvin, a member of Our Saviors Lutheran for nursery and must be made by May 7, Cancellations by May 8, Peterson Jo Aliak 831-5608, Jan 274-5266, or Edna 427-3871. If cancellations called in by Wednesday You are-requested to pay for Windom Social Security repre- will be at the Hillside 177 lOth Street, Windom, rook Clinic 732 6th Street eStbrook, MN 56183 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Men. thru Fri. g a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday appointments P-all 274-6145 hours 274-6121) C. Cassel M.D. Keithahn M.D. Walnut Grove Southwest State University in Bertha Gillespie of Seattle; sisters- Community Club Marshall, MN, for the 1991-92 in-law, Edna Schmidt of Walnut The Walnut Grove Community academic year. Grove and Elizabeth Schmidt, 6thUb will meet on Monday, May The scholarship was made Beremerton, WA; and two at 6:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran available through funds raised at nephews and one niece. Church. Some of the business will the SSU Gala Ball held each fall He was preceded in death by his be reports on the Flag Rep Fund, Farm-City Day Report. New officers are: President Ron Kuebl, Vice President Diane Shaw, Treasurer Ed Putte, Secretary Lee Steffen and Directors Steve Omada and Kjell Turner. Outgoing directors are: AI Farber, Pat Hansen, and Dick Knakmuhs. Thank you for your service. We welcome persons who would he interested in joining this club who are business persons or members of the Walnut Grove community. The scholarship is renewable for four consecutive yea in the stone amount. parents and three brothers. Darlene Haring Darlene Hummel Haring died February 13, 1991. Services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, WestbrookCommunity February 16, 1991 at Zion Lutheran Church, Litchfield, MN Education notes with Rev. Christine Finsand The Boat Safety Course will be officiating. Burial was in Ness held on Thursday, May 2nd, Cemetery, Litchfield, MN. weather permitting. Alternate date Darlene was born June 5, 1931 will be Thursday, May 9th. Meet at in Westline Township, Redwood the Westbronk Eleanentaxy School County. Married to Lloyd Haring, Amiens Club at 3:30 p.m. in Community Ed. LitchfiekL WESTBROOK --The Amiens Room #1. Be sure to bring your She is survived by her husband; Club will meet at the city park at finished sheet with you. a daughter, Nancy of Boston, MA; You will also be going out to three sons, John, Wayne and 7:30 p.m. on May 6th to pool tides Double Lakes, so dress Steven of Litchfield; three for Lamberton Guest NighL Short meeting follows at Legion Club. accordingly, grandchildren; three brothers, Redwood Cotmty Conadl The next meeting of the Redwood County Council, American Legion, will be at Wabasso at 7:30 p.m. on May 9th. This will be a joint meeting. disposal by burning. Anita's Conservatory to present spring recital Anita's Conservatory of Dance in Lamberton will present their spring recital entitled "Music Machine" on Saturday, May 18, 1991 at 4 and 8 in the Lambtllcm High School Auditorium. There will be dances In ballet, trap, jazz and rambling with ages 4 - 18. All are welcome to attend. No admission. Light Up The Sky---The bus will be leaving from the high school parking lot at 4:45 p.m. on Friday, May 3rd, for the dinner theatre in Marshall at the college. Delbert Hummel, Walnut Grove, MN, Gene Hummel, Laeey, WA, Glenn Hummel, Long Prairie, MN; two sisters, Mrs. Victor (Elvera) " Kohlnhofer, Lakeville, MN, Mrs. David (Beverly) Zinter, Long Prairie, MN. ineslology I nt ,-IC, AK usa Effective Chiropractic! Available In S.W. Minn. from: Dr. S. W. Engen, DC West Hwy. 30, Slayton, MN 56172 Cram Weekdays by appointment Alex, Alexander, Edward and Gustav and one sister, Mathilda. He is survived by a son, Alward Schneider and wife Charioue of St. Paul, a daughter Mrs. Melva Ward and husband Jene of Pavillion, Wyoming, a daughter-in-law Virginia Schneider of Westbrook, seven grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren and a host of friends and relatives. Slayton Auction Barn Open for all Classes of livestock. SALES Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock I:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 Church in Austin on March 31, 1991. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Edwin m 1978, a son Herbert, two sisters and two brothers. Survivors include a son, Alfred Schrieber and wife Grace of Emmetsburg, Iowa; a daughter Eunice M. Bauer of Austin, Minnesota; three sisters, Eliza Schultz of Westbrook, Pauline Myrvold of Windom and Gertrude, Mrs. George Veenhuis of Jackson; a brother, Fred Schaffer and wife Frances of Jackson, IVlinnesota and 9 grandchildren and 17 great grandctdldren. Hospital address Rob Hospiua 4th Floor St. Louts Park, MN 55426 Hospital discharge April 25th, Redwood Falls Hospital Thekla Suidema, formerly of Walnut Grove. I I I lit Link Interior & Design on the square in Windom for the finest in custom made draperies and furniture, carpeting and area rugs, custom floral arrangements and accents for your home. 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