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Library hours 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon 1:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon ' TOPS TOPS Club No. 1336 every Wednesday in the of Our Savior's Lutheran Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 meeting from 5:30 - 6:00 Night )K---Game Night Senior Center, Thursday, p.m. Union Day Camp Union Day Camp will 25 at Dutch Charlie Park 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. for children 4 - 10. Bring sack lunch, shoes and $1 rcgistration Jackson Health Services 23 -- Storden Public Clinic, Baptist Storden, 1 -3 p.m. Salad Luncheon ,-- Cottonwood Cancer Salad Luncheon at Senior Center, Thursday, r 25, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. S-43, 44 news )K -- James ewood, magician and will be performing at h School auditorium on at 10 a.m. Be sure and join everyone is welcome to this to all who supported the library book sale. Creating Unique by Busch Do Dogs Have Wet Nose, s Other Imponderables" by of Leaves" by R. to Drawing" by Pearsoll to Painting" by Pearson Walnut Grove TOPS Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. Lawford: The Man Who the Secrets" by Spada 1169 will meet each Tuesday at the Community Building at 6:00- 6:30 p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Pork Producer Picnic correction Monday, July 22 Cottonwood Lake 6:30 p.m. RSVP by Thursday, July 18 to any of the following: Don Brugman - 628-4225; Larry Cowan - 445-3194; Mark Wiebe - 678- 2031; Leon Crowell - 831-4732; Daryl Tasler - 831-5147. Lion's Club WALNUT GROVE -- The Walnut Grove Lion's Club will be picking up papers on Saturday, July 20, 1991. Please have the papers on the curb at 1 p.m. Immunization Clinic at College News Michael Hopper on Dean's List Michael Hopper, son of Pastor John and Sally Hopper of Westbrook, has been named to the Dean's List for the spring term at Augsburg College. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must maintain a 3.5 and above average. Walnut Grove spring quarter. The Dean's List The Redwood County Public recognizes students achieving a Health Nursing Service will begin 3.30 to 3.69 grade point average. Parker clan reunion conducting an immunization clinic The Honor's List includes students WCC Academic Class of 1961 held reunion achievement Walnut Grove High School class of 1961 held their 30th class reunion Saturday, July 6 at the recognition Mediterranean Club in Tracy. Members present were: front I. to r.; Michael Schnleder, Pat FavanaUgh, Marvin Kleven. 2nd row: Robert Syverson, Joan (Gremmert) Segner, Cheryl (Sell) Spring quarter academic Campbell, Larry Lawrenz, Mavis (Hartwick) Edgell, Sheryl (Weber) Melquist, Lois (Enderson) achievement recognition has been Anderson, Joyce (Beaner) Nielsen. 3rd row: Bill Brockway, David Herder, Robert Boerboom, announced by Worthington Dave Van DeWiele, Jerry Sykora, Richard Dallenbach, Lyle Nelson, Sandy (Nelson) Anderson, Community College. The James Dallenbach, Sharon (Nielsen) Bakken, Shorty Horning, Kathy (Raveling) Norcutt, President's List includes students who achieved a grade point Sharon (Krawse) Nelson, Janet (Johnson) Cyr. average of 3.70 to 4.0 for the at the Walnut Grove Community achieving a 3.00 to 3.29 grade Center the fourth Tuesday of each point average. Descendants of John Bentley month from 1 - 3 p.m. Part-time students areand Elizabeth Parker of Lohrville, Appointments can be made byrecognized by the same criteria; IA gathered on June 28 - 30 at the calling the Nursing Service office however, students will only appear Flying Goose Camp Ground near at 637-2969. The next clinic will on the list when they have Fairmont, MN. Descendants of Howard A. be held on July 23, 1991. Immunizatio ns for diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, oral polio, measles, mumps, rubella, and meningitis axe given. This includes second dose MMR's for children who are in the seventh grade. Adults may also receive routine tetanus diphtheria boosters which are recommended every ten years. Immunizations are available to anyone who has received their fwst vaccination under the supervision of a physician and has not had any allergic reactions to previous vaccines. Four dollars per vaccination is charged. We ask that you bring available immunization records to the immunization clinic. Senior Nutrition Services WALNUT GROVE -- Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Community Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday, July 22 -- Tator hotdish, juice, peach crisp. Tuesday, July 23 -- Turkey, +mp & Circumstance" by baked potato, lettuce salad, cookie. Wednesday, July 24 -- Cook's Surprise! Thursday, July 25 -- 5:30 supper. Beef roast, mashed byAllard potatoes, seasoned carrots, School Bus Series" by applesauce/redhots. Friday, July 26 -- Pork chops, 50 Creepy Crawlies" by boiled potatoes, corn/corn on cob, jello/fruiL & Globes" by J. Meals include bread, butter, milk and coffee. Cards are played every from A to Z" Jack morning at 10:00. Anyone 60 or older may participate in the meals by Eve Bunting by calling JoAnn Bertschi .(home 859-2469) at the Community Center, 859-2135 at least one day RENT apartments. Most utilities paid. Meals available daily. Senior citizens, handicapped .and disabled eligible. Valley View Apartments Lamberton, MN. 507-752-7303 507-752-7470 idaire Americas Quality Appliances On Display at Sales & Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6166 Dr. F. completed increments of 12 quarter hours of credit, i.e 12, 24, 36, etc. Full-time students, Dean's List: Vickie Earl, Westbrook. Full-time students, Honor's List: Michael Erickson, Walnut Grove. Part-time students, President's List: Connie Cassel, Bernice Christians, Westbrook. Part-time students, Honor's List: Craig Goehring, Westbrook. Nicole Lindaman on Dean's List Nicole Lindaman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lindaman of Westbrook, MN, has been named to the spring 1991 Dean's List at Bethel College. She is a junior elementary education major. The Dean's List honors students who achieve an outstanding scholastic record during a semester with a grade-point average of at least 3.50. Parker of Storden attending were: Amy Arness of Fargo; Erick Brandt of Minneapolis; Marlyn and Dixie Engler of Westbrook; Bethany and Elsa Johnson of Windom; Ron, Dorothy and Parker Lien of Westbrook; Ncesa Lien of Bloomington; Elmer Oleson of Windom; Archie and Opal Parker of Storden; Mavis Parker of Westbrook; Donovan and Bonita Parker of Northfield; Mickie Perry of Charleston, IL; Chuck and Sharon Peterson of St. Louis Park; Gall and Justin Kleven of St. Louis Park; Roxanne Potter of Windom; Chris and Alex Potter of Windom; Rex Potter of Heron Lake; Darrell and Anita Rhubee of Jeffers; Myrtle Rundeli of Rockville, MD; Casey Scott of Bloomington, IN; Maurice, Kris and Anne Sheen of Fairmont; Robert Stahl of Minnetonka; Bob and Ann Volk of Fairmont. Descendants of Omar B. Parker of Storden attending were: Charles and Kathy Domeier of Sleepy Eye; County 4-H Federation will meet The Murray County 4-H Federation will meet Monday, July 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Slayton Courts Building. All adult and junior leaders are encouraged to attend. Agenda items include last minute county fair details, committee reports from Fashion Revue and Picnic Day, reports from the McAmbies, as well as highlights from the Citizenship Washington Focus delegates. Lunch will be served by the Badger Lake 4-H Club. Murray County 4-H calendar. July 19 -- 4-H All Star Softball Game, hosted by Currant Lake Clovers 4-H Club (rain date: August 2) July 22 -- clothing Committee, 6:45 p.m. Slayton Courts Building. July 23 - 24 -- Murray County Live, Fairgrounds. July 31 -- Clothing Committee decorate for Fashion Revue, 9 a.m Slayton School Auditorium. Wayne and CarQ1 Parker of Avoca; ~i~ Gerald Parker Of St~n; Darlene Parker of Storden; Alic~ Parker of Storden; Gladys Wahlroos of Minneapolis; Russ, Karen, Jessie and Cindi Fay of Storden. Descendants of David Hoyt Parker of Lohrville, IA attending were: Phil, Jane, Kezia, Jedediah and Ezekiel Cline of Lohrville, IA; Jim and Wanda Parker of Lohrville; Mick and Hope Parker of Lake City, IA; Dora Lee Souder of Bemidji; Elizabeth and Brian Brandon Souder of Bemidii. The oldest in attend ince was Elmer Oleson of Windom, MN at 87 years of age. The youngest in attendance was Brian Brandon Souder of Bemidji at one week of age. Traveling the farthest was Myrtle Oleson of Rockville, MD. A Sunday morning worship service was held with Chris Johnson of Windom, MN speaking. Special music was provided by a group made up of all the children in attendance and a group consisting of Donovan Parker, Dixie Engler, Dora Lee Souder, Phil Cline, Chris Johnson, and Karen Fay. Amy Arness provided accompaniment for the singing. Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 or 763-3467. Friends of the family attending were Bonnie Boyken of Armstrong, IA; Dianne Mascher of St. Paul; and Donna and Nikki Knoll of Windom. The Sound that Sells! prior to attending. Cost of the meal is $2.21 for 60 and over. Anyone nndcr 60 must pay $3.68. Murray County water test dean-up day July 22 Residents in the 18 participating townships who missed their local test day have a final chance to submit private well water samples on Monday, July 22. Samples 'will be received at the Murray County Extension office in Slayton from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Sample boules and information on the program are available at the Murray County Extension office and the Murray County Zoning office (ph: 836-6148). The opportunity for private well users to test their wells free of charge is made possible as part of a progra resulting from the Murray County Comprehensive Water Plan. Eighteen townships are cooperating in the effort. Testing in 16 townships through July 10th has resulted in 908 samples being submitted. Murray and Holly Townships were tested this week. Any program participants or township officers who still have unused sample bottles are asked to reaurn them m the exmnsion office. 56175 ChiropracUc 629-3630 1714. 7-12, 1-5 Wed. & 881 7-12 under Medicsre. ! SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, July 17, 1991 First Annual Play Day Reunion Nearly 200 people attended the First Annual Play Day Reunion of Districts 56 and 59 held on July 6 at the Storden Senior Center. Sunday morning, the choir trom Old Westbrook Lutheran Church sang patriotic songs. Pastor Mark Bengston of the Jeffer's Methodist conducted the weekly worship service. Bertha Wahl and Tab Knutson Vernal(Bud) Horkey and Maynard celebrated their birthdays on Solomonson were organizers of the Monday. Bertha's dinner guests fun-filled event. A potluck dinner was followed by a program emceed by Willis Gertner (District 56). Many former students and teachers reminisced and sang about the "good old days." The Sunny Seniors from Jeffers furnished special music. Special prizes were awarded for the person attending from the farthest distance - Juanita Smith Snook (Palm Desert, CA); the oldest student - Anna Mischke Wahl (1900); oldest teacher - Petra Pederson Schmalz (District 56); people that married from the same school - Norma Mischke and Bill Phipps (District 59); the most were Marcella Chapman and Bonnie Wahl. Tab's dinner guest was his wife, Lois. Several of the residents went on a bus outing Monday afternoon. They drove to Currie and had the opportunity to tour the "End of the Line Railroad". Thank you to volunteers Arlene Muse and Marilyn Carey for helping with the outing. Volunteers assisted with bingo Thursday evening. They were Betty Knudson, Mac Kleven, Marcella Boeck, Millie Hass, Marilyn Carey, Anna Gertner and Grace Jensen. Robert Fisk won blackout bingo. grandchildren - (a tie) Viola Engler Vernette Olson, Virginia Kirchner (District 56) and Anna Schneider and Elaine Eiehner set Gertner (District 56). The two grandprize winners of a pair of Northwest Airlink round-trip tickets anywhere on their system were Loren Cole (District 59 1922- 1930) and Orlein Bloch Jurgens (student District 59 1930 -38 and teacher District 56 1944 - 45). A group of former students and teachers of District 59 formed a motorcade out to the Rosehill Township property. Picture taking and nostalgic story telling were enjoyed by everyone at this historic location. A follow-up letter will be sent soon regarding a "Memories Book" for each of the districts. Further information and/or pictures for inclusion in the book are still very much welcome. Suggestions for pictures are those taken in or by the school houses, any student pictures (individual or group), as well as those that were taken during the reunion. Please identify those individuals on the pictures as well as date that picture was taken, be sure your picture has your name on it, as they/will be returned. Please scud your information to Maynard Solomonson, 8726 Van Buren Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55434. This material should reach him by August 31, 1991. A second annual event is planned for 1996. Senior Home I Saturday's activities included Bible Study with Kay Refsal in the morning, a music program with Marge and Sara Buss in the afternoon and a movie with popcorn in the evening. hair Friday morning. We want to thank resident, Hilda Pederson, and volunteers, Jenny Pederson, Chris Nickel, Bonnie Fogei, and Grebe Jensen for helping our Center to make a qhih for Lutheran World Relief. We couldn't have gotten it completed without their help. Thank you to Paula Parker and Vera Rachuy for bringing in videos for the residents to see. They enjoyed them. Bernice Christians Activity Director Ill ~L I Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Skeet Westbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Men. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (after hours 274-6121 ) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. 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 / Wilder Committee