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SENTINEL & TRIBUNE "~ |.t ## Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, July 17, 1991 mmm = (stayed $220.00), Pay fine; no J ' 8 Jan Lindaman and her guest, llllll ] l viol. lvr. " In, Terry Anderson of Windom took I Minor cons. alcohol, mi# == the top spot in the Ladies Member I I,poss. alcohol: Kevin Lee Johl~ Guest Tournament at Rolling Hills I Lamberton, MN - $330.00 (statfft Golf Club last Saturday when they I,$165.00); pay bal. fine; no s/s Congratulations to Jan shot a 184 total to take the 1 yr i Lindaman and Terry Anderson on Championship flight. Public nuisance: Glen winning the Ladies Member GuestSecond place in the,Mountain Lake, MN - $1101 Tournament last Saturday at Championship flight went to ' (stayed $55.00), No s/s viol. Rolling Hills. Additional Sherry Sorenson and Marlene C " Gayle (Lee) Suderman - $110]1 congratulations to Terry are in Johnson with Jan Kuehl and Lynn . 'lBI (stayed $55.00), No s/s viol. 1 yq order as she and her husband Kim Paden taking third. Medalist for " Minor in Cons.: Jo s took top honors in the Couples the tourney was Terry Anderson,Matthew Nelson, Edina, MIll Tournament at Worthington who posted a 44, 45 - 89 for her I $230.00 (stayed $110.00), PI] Country Club over the weekend, two rounds fine/SC; no viol until become ---ts-- Other winnerswere:,legal age; Matthew Willi FIRST FLIGHT - Ruth Ann,Kalash, Windom, MN - $120.0t Another tip of the hat to Doug Erickson and Chris Schimbeno 1st, ; [:,Nicole Lynn Nolt, Windom, MN1 Byers who won the Men's Senior Mary L. Anderson and Sue ( [ J $120.00. .J Tournament Monday at RollingJohnson 2nd, Jane Stalls and Vi It i il Mirror/observer: Alan Hills with a neat 37-36 (one over Westin 3rd. " Jill, I Ruesch, Fulda, MN- $55.00. | par) 73 in the championship flight. SECOND FLIGHT- Muriel i I I 1 No brake Its on trailer: ,---ts-- Kleven and Louise Carpenter 1st, ; ! Howard Meyer, Fairmont,I-' ILANL Alice Schreier and Janet Silvernale $22.00. In Men s League, all of the 2rid, Mardella Olson and Corlys Brake lights: Robert matches were finally played in the Knudson 3rd. i Suda, Grand Forks, ND - $22.00.L00.= slspite ( early league and Gene Lindaman THIRD FLIGHT - Bev FI ght winners in the Rolling Hills Golf Club Ladles Member Guest Tournament posed for their Dog barking: Kevin Cowettlorking ( and Gary Debates won the firstBusswitz and Jane Wahl 1st, Dee picture last Saturday after the tournament. Left to right they are: third flight winners, Bey Mountain Lake, MN - had half of that league. Earl and Pat Lorenz 2nd, Elaine Busswitz, back and Jane Wahl, front; second flight winners, Murlel Kleven back and Louise Animal running at large: mllkteral fu ---ts-- Larson and Janet Mischke 3rd. Carpenter front; 1st flight winners Ruth Ann Erickson front and Chris Schlmbeno back; Paden, Windom, MN- $25.00. wav in Winner of the longest drive on Championship flight winners Jan Lindaman front and Terry Anderson back. . Non-current registrati lS not 1 MEN'S LEAGUE STANDINGS #1 was Terry Anderson and the James Joseph t rey, arsnau, r--Bit July 10 longest putt on #9 was won by Jan - $22.00. . I''==a="=' ' Kuehl. -- NSF: Todd Stuart Lolt EARLY LEAGUE: I " / (' 11rl" Westbrook, MN - Restitu . Erickson-Vagle " 14 1/2 Conservationists """" " TM v. o $27.35; 25 days jail to be ser [Orel Merchant-Carlson 14 r Faltinson-Halverson 13 1/2 tohold tour In 90-( New Ulm area INTERMEDIATE #l oCSr n a :itJu ]ofOrf Erickson -Gillis 14 1/2 The Minnesota Board of Water ; ' Co ty and Soil Resources (BWSR) will Boeck-Erickson 12 ultra Grams-Iverson 12 host a tour examining natural, . July 5-11, 1991 Y" rlq Stanek-Kjorness 12 resource conditions and sites in r4 Iverson-Hedman 12 Brown, Redwood and Cottonwood Hamilton-Frette 12 Counties, on Thursday, July 25. X ! Local media members ;ire invited INTERMEDIATE #2 to,attend. - D vi Lal,- Y y" e Forei Stalls-Giese 13 We try to tailor our programs so - a d Todd Hanson, 1 ,% restitution of $93 t Oakland-Thorstad 13 that they can help meet local / Minnetonka, MN; Mary Suzan a - Torkelson-Byers 12 natural resource needs,' said Ron . . oat ogime o pnorcnarge, in relx ,I ' I i= I Wfllaby, Mountain Lake, MN; Theft by check. Roger C tnfrac Knutson-Anderson 12 Hamack:, executive director of the StephanieRoseGriffith, IowaCity, M""n'-in L"k" BWSR. Touring different parts of uu tn a - ,ust LATE LEAGUE the state gives us the opportunity to ultlA" $67.20 - Joseph Peter sta ed 5 " ' " Eichner-Rupp 16 1/2 see the wide variety of Schumann, Comfrey, MN d$ a .00o ,f.Pu aY resiit- a'. c ----- o u,=. c Is tr; Isder-Kirchner 14 environmental conditions and No Seatbelt: LeRoy Pete OAR" Raul Gonzalez s Darwin Vosberg & partner 12 1/2concerns that exist," he said. Winners in the Men's Club Senior Tournament at Rolilng Hills Ja s nl eWm n ghmumMl n L $10;00; Mountain Lake, MN- $22 i AS"C'S is The BWSR is a 17-member tiOif Club Monday are shown above, left to right, Elmer MNp "1 L mn'e.y, (stayed $112.00), no s/s viol. 1 .#J ck of U UU, ~ narles ~ererln --ts--- board that administers a variety of Anderson, fourth flight, Ivan Caylson, third flight, AndyRasn u s.n ;r, ~ .=^ .-, DAS: Blanca Ann Boom, Ftil d-is"o Rolling Hills will be closed to localState unitsc nservati nof govemment.Pr gramSsome oft Oakland second fli0ht and Doug Byers first flioht " ' - MN $224 00 (stayed $112.1 treign m, general golfing this Thursday, July i i nMi2 . ;::ao ncl me k:vin sWl .u nt its programs include the Reinvest t YrefnmSm&m, o 18, in the afternoon, when the in Minnesota (RIM) Reserve course is taken over by the Farmers Elevator Co. for a patrons golf Program, which pays landowners xlwWo ln tuG; ;Va dReSr s to retire certain lands fromLake (RedwoodCounty),a60-acre tournament. --ts--- agricultural production; the state wetland restored through the RIM The next tournament at Rolling Hills will be the Couples Tournament on Saturday, July 27. If you plan to play in it, you better sign up soon as the tournament is limited to 56 couples and it was getting close to being filled earlier this week. Cost-Share Program, which Reserve Program. The tour will provides funds to help landowners also stop at a farmsite to watch pay for erosion control measures; Bonnie Holz from Brown-Nicollet and the local water planning Health Service demonstrate program, which provides funds for farmstead water testing. counties to develop comprehensive The tour will leave from the local water plans. New Ulm Holiday Inn at about Sites on the tour include the 8:30 a.m. and return about 4 p.m. Lake Hanska restoration (Brown A number of local officials have County), which is in its final also been invited to attend die tour. stages; the Wellner-Hageman flood The tour is scheduled for the day control project (Brown County), after the board's monthly meeting, which began in spring 1991 and is which will be held at the New Ulm scheduled to be completed this fall; Holiday Inn. The board each year holds two of its monthly meetings outside St. Paul. une (ISSN 8750 - 3905) Ralph 1" Gladye E, end Thomas J. Merchant P~bllshera ThQI1P, a8 Merchant Managlhg Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patrlcla Peteraon Editor Madallne Alcorn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring "l pasetter Edna Lessman Walnut Grove Correspondent Lena Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnlck Milroy Correspondent Mrs. Paul Mertin 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 while 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, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADLINES: Local News Noon Monday Articles and other news 5:00 p.m. Mon0ay All Peach Ads & Market Ads Noon Monday Display Ads 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Classified Ads Noon Tuesday WESTBROOK SENTINEL OFRCE 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 OFFICE 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.n'. Noon Hour - CLOSED Other: Call Patricia Peterson~at 859-2120 e There is only this week left to avail yourselves of chances on the raffle items offered by the Heritage House Museum. The framed acrylic painting of pheasants in flight, by Stella Cohrs, and quilted "Radiant Star" wall hanging, by Johanna Wilson, are on display at Southwest State Bank until the drawing at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 19th. A donation of $1 will buy one chance on one item. And the money goes to a good cause - to support our own local museum and the projects it undertakes as it attempts to preserv,e the story of Westbrook and it's people. And while it is fresh on your mind, stop by the depot for a look. Hours are from 1 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, summers only. Roger Haar 6164 Farmers Elevator Co. of Avoea/Westbrook invites their patrons to a / 9 At Rolling Hills Golf Club, Westbrook, MN. Playing 2 Person Best Ball,( Shotgun Start) CALL 274-6141 OR 274-5511 BY JULY 15 FOR TEE TIME. served 5:00 - 9:00 at Rolling Hills Golf Club Dinner is for all patrons - (golfers and non-golfers) Wives are invited. Your business is irect int re; whe ldividual Ibvernmen d an ag 'lrcgn. t or I I eign ind goverr Ian 10 pe, ert he; I ryent Iiricultural IAgricultu IP0re that l ricultura I'o. tion. Itricultural Ie!l as lm Ll ricultura or hay, I less do n a TI Pel Law