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Senior Home Library hours September 1: es and Wednesdays: 3 6 's and Saturdays: 9-12 a.m. TOPS TOPS Club No. 1336 every Wednesday in the of Our Savior's Lutheran Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 and meeting from 5:30 - 6:00 Christian After 5 Christian Women's Walnut Grove TOPS Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. 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. Sew-So Club WALNUT GROVE--Sew-So Club will meet September 12 at the home of Bertha Syverson. Springdak Friendly Hour Club Springdale Friendly Hour Club will meet at 2 p.m. at the home of Dorothy DeSmith on September 10th. Please note change of date. 5 cordially invites you to a at 6:30 p.m. on Sepwanber Diabetes Association at the American Lutheran begins fall schedule L III The residents enjoyed listening to the music of Bernice Bashans, Paul Rausenberger and John Rupp last Saturday. Happy birthday to Ida Johnson who celebrated her birthday Saturday. Birthday wishes to Ole Thompson and Mike Brown also. They celebrated their birthdays on Sunday. Mike's dinner guests on Sunday were Bill and Carrie Brown and Elsie Thompson. The weekly worship service on Sunday was conducted by Pastor Mark Yackel-Juleen of the First Lutheran Church of Dundee. A music program was presented by Irene Larson Sunday morning. Ruth Proudy of Currie played the piano and the organ on Tuesday afternoon. Carolyn Benson offered manicures and one to one to the 906 Prospect Avenue,with panel discussion residents Wednesday morning. MN. (new time, new The Redwood County Diabetes Anna Margaret played piano for Association will begin their sing-a-long also on Wednesday. program "Reach Out and monthly meetings on Tuesday,Ethel Solomonson, Vera Rachuy will include a special September 20, 1991 at 7:30 p.m. in and Betty Knudson led Bible Study by Virginia Friesen "Care the Redwood Falls.Hospital dining Thursday morning. special music by Glenn "Songs Just For ," and guest speaker Anna "A Vital Message." Anna children's stories and her is an alcoholic. for nursery and must be made by Sept. 9th. by Sepu llth. Please Peterson 831-2851, 831-5608, Jan Lindaman or Edna Rempel 427- [. If cancellations are not in by Wednesday night, you uested to pay for your Blood Pressure blood pressure Dovray Senior Citizen on Wednesday, September 2 - 4 p.m. Ruth Roagstad Legion Auxiliary AyIAmerican Legion will have their regular at the Senior Citizen on Thursday, SepwJnber 12 ;0 p.m. Amy Leonard will girl's state report. Sally hostess. 'n' Bows Boots 'n' Bows Square Club will dance Friday, 6, 1991 at 8 p.m. at the in Westbrook. Potluck will be furnished by club Paul Molitm will be the All square dancers are room. Our topic ts "Team Management: Providers and Users." This will include a panel discussion comprised of Kurt Angstman, MD; Bruce Neumann, Podiatrist; Dorie Oja, RD, MS, CDE; Cindy Moldan, RN, CDE; and several people who have diabetes. This meeting is free and open to the public. Thursday evening bingo helpers were Grace Jensen and Millie Hass. Doris Barrie won blackout Meeting notice The Board of Directors of the Southwest Regional Development Commission will meet on Monday, September 9, 1991 at 7 p.m. at the SRDC office, 2524 Broadway Avenue, Slaytou, MN. GFWC Micawber Club WALNUT GROVE -- GFWC Mic awber Club meets at the home of Karla Hay on Monday, September 9th at 8 p.m. Roll call is a citizenship quiz. Blood Pressure Ciiak WALNUT GROVE---Walk-in Blood Pressure will be held on Tuesday, September 10th from 12 noon to 2 p.m. at the Community Center. )K---The Senior Card Party will be WestbrookLibrary news 11 at 7 p.m. Hosted by Grand Opening of Art Show and Helen Rausenberger and Tour on the afternoon of September 6th in coujunetion with [ .~hambers Food Fair, the publ!,c BIRTHSr on tour, hased on last April s Area Art Show at Nobles County Art Thomas :ira and Kathy Schweim are and proud to announce the of their son, Pa ck Thomas, August 28, 1991. brothers are Jonah, 12, 15 and Shannon, 99. is Alice Robey of NOW AVAILABLE 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Glenda Zupfer, -- mgr. 859-2686 Plum Creek Apts. Walnut MN. Equal op~atr~ Center. This tour will be showing here throughout the month of September, Come enjoy art, bars and coffee from 1 - 3, Friday, September 6th. This tour is made possible with assistance from the RAC/MSABa OCals "Arts Parmers in Minnesota" program, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the MN State Legislature and Nobles County. Kids be sure and turn in book lo~ for Summer Reading Program prizes! September is National Sign-up For Library Card Month. Library cards =re free to everyone stop in at the library and find out all the wonderful advantages of carrying this cardl Morns story lime is coming up. We will have a six week session on Mondays from 1:30 - 2:30, for pre-school, 4 or 5 year olds, starting September 23 through October 28. Pre- registration is a must before mc 6. Call 274-5407 and College Classes Come to Redwood County Via Interactive TV State University will offer two English courses fall over the Redwood County Interactive TV System. classes will be delivered over the TV system to class- in Morgan, Redwood Falls, Tracy, Wabasso and Grove. Classes offered are: Fundamentals of College Writing (1 credit). p.m Tuesdays, Sept. 10 through Nov. 12. Textbooks will be available in class. Walnut Grove Community Education update The Community Education and Service Advisory Council met Tuesday, August 27, 1991 at 7 p.m. in the Walnut Grove Public School. Chairperson Shelly Nelson presiding. The following members were present: Kerry Knakmuhs, Sister Ann Marie Merth, Shelly Nelson, Bob Alcorn, Orlyn Wiemers, Dick Bruns, Rusty Miller and Mabel Mischke. Members absent were representatives from the City of Walnut Grove, Amicus Study Club and the' Lions Club, Carrie DeBates, Brian Johnson, Kathleen Maguire and Ann Baker. At the September meeting officers will be elected. Blood pressure clinics were held June. 1 lth with 41 participating, July 9th with 39 participating and August 13th with 36 participating. Only 1 nurse is at the working station and the clinic is well taken care of. Summer Recreation Programs started June 10 - July 19. Records are T-Ball - won 7, lost 3; Mighty Mites - won 3, lost 7; Pee Wees - bingo, won 4, lost 6. Comments from Friday morning hair setters were instructors: Things went well, but Fay Kuehl, Gerry Anderson and " did suggest the program start one Thelma Carlson. week earlier. This would mean the We extend our sympathy to theafternoons after Bible School and family of Victor Hansen who also if Church Day Camp could be passed away this past week. Victor another week. As that does lower and his wife, Hazel, have been the attendance. Arts and Crafts did special friends of our nursing home well. Big enrollment to begin with, family for many years. We will but it dropped off. miss Victor. Open swimming had a very good Bernice Christians June, 184 students participated. Activity Director July was very much down to 33 students. Swimming lessons had 81 : students enrolled. The lifeguards had a good season. / Tours: On Thursday, June 13 a bus took 20 persons to The Old Log Cabin Theater to the performance "Rumors." Thursday, August 8th The Mystery Tour had 38 persons on the trip. Evaluation sheets were handed out and returned with very good response. College News:. The middle school marching band took part in the Westbrook RadoslaW Rusek Hospital Days Parade on June 29. enrolled at There was a vet y good turn out. The band members did re, ally well. military institute A gun training class was held in Radoslaw Rusek, son of Mr. and July for 16 hours with 19 students Mrs. Jozef Rusek, Westbrook, is taking the course. Instructors were among a record 558 students from Steve Ourada and Leonard more than 40 stales and 15 foreign McLaughlin. countries who have enrolled as new cadets at New Mexico A pre-schooler class will be held Military Institute for the 1991-92 again this year. Watch for dates and time. school year. A quilting class will be held in Another 438 cadets have October again. Watch for dates and returned from last year, bringing time. total enrollmemt to 996, just seven Telemedia courses are also short of the all-time record set in coming in the near funlte~. Check 1986. Of the total, a record 137 are for classes. Also G.E.D. will be girls, available. Classes began Tuesday at the Areobic classes are on the state-supported, four-year college agenda. pr~tory high school and two- Mabel treated the council to year junior college, which is cookies on her silver tray, she also celebrating its centennial in 1991. served a beverage. Our next meeting is Tuesday, September 24 at 7 p.m. NOW OPEN Meeting adjourned. Mabel Mischke Coordinator Frigidaire Complete Vision Care - Eye Examination Americas Designer Frames Premium Quality Complete Contact Appliances Lens Service - Repairs & Replacements On Display at Located in the We=brook C, nic. Sales & Call for appointment 274-6145 Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6166 Gift Certificates Available Dr. F. E. Robinson 271 :$rd Street TRACY, MINNESOTA 56175 PHONE 629-3630 Hours: Mo~, Tues Thurs l~i. 7-12. 1-8 Wed. & 8at. 7-12 Chiropractic care now Included under Medlcare. Rhetoric: The Essay (4 credits). p.m Tuesdays, Sept. 10 through Nov. 12. Textbooks will be available in class. All students must meet in the Redwood Fails High Interactive TV Studio at 5:30 p.m Sept. 10, for listration. For further Information contact: Continuing Education Off' .e at Southwest State University. Call toll-free 1 -800-642-0684, Extension 6251. STEFFEN ELECTRIC SERVING THE WALNUT GROVE AREA SINCE 1939 Ill Farm & Home Wiring Appliance Sales & Service Walnut Grove, biN. Phone 859-2114 SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, September 4, 1991 Surplus commodities applications Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), the Minnesota Department of Jobs and Training (MnDJT) will commence the TEFAP for fiscal year 1992, October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992, under the same procedures as fiscal year 1991. USDA donated commodities will again be made available to our five-county area. Residents of Lyon, Lincoln, Redwood, Cottonwood, and Jackson counties MUST RE- City Hall, September 9, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.; Belview, City Hall, September 9, 8:30 - 11 a.m.; Seaforth, Community Center, September 30, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.; Vesta, Community Center, September 30, I0 a.m. - 12 noon. COTTONWOOD COUNTY -- Jeffers, Amboy Township Hall, September 16, 1 - 3:3Op.m.; Storden, Clothing Center, September 17, 1 - 3 p.m.; Windom, St. Francis Xavier Church Windom APPLY for product distribution. Community Room, September 16, Proof of income must be A through H, 8:30 - 11 a,m.; presented, such as: income tax September 17, I through P, 8:30 - forms, food stamp card, welfare or AFDC ID card, verification of social security, supplemental security, or veterans pension, etc. All individuals should appear at the designated sites to apply. Western Community Action, Inc. outreach workers have scheduled the following dates and sites for the re-issue. Anyone having questions regarding the procedures in their area should contact their local ouu'each worker: Redwood County - Loretta Penske, 762-3299; Cottonwood County, Sheryl Engler, 831-1091. REDWOOD COUNTY -- Revere, Martius Residence, September 25, 9 - 10 a.m.; Lamberton, Legion, September 20, 12 noon - 3 p.m.; Redwood Falls, Senior Dirting, September 16, 8:30 a.m. - 3p.m.; Redwood Falls, Clothing Center, September 19, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Lucan, Community Hall, September 17, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.; Clements, Gilfillan Hall, September 10, 9 I0 a.m.; Morgan, VFW, September 10, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Sanborn, City Hall, September 20, 9 - 11 a.m.; Walnut Grove, Community Center, September 25, 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Wabasso, Senior Center, September 17, 10 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.; Wanda, City Hall, September 17, 2 - 3 p.m.; Milroy, American Legion, September 30, 1 - 2 p.m.; Delhi, Senior Nutrition Services WALNUT GROVE -- Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Community Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday, September 9 -- Swedish meatballs, noodles, tomato/cottuge cheese salad, peas, apple crisp. Tuesday, September 10--NO Mealsite. Keenagers potluck. Wednesday. September 11 -- Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, corn, orange almond fruit. Thursday, September 12 -- Glazed ham slice, sweet potatoes, green beans, peach crunch cake. Friday, September 13 --- Roast beef, potato bake, cole slaw, sherbert. Meals include bread, butter, milk and coffee. Cards are played 11 a.m.; September 18, Q through Z, 8:30 - 11 a.m.; Bingham Lake, Fire Hall, September 19, 3 - 4p.m.; Mountain Lake, Council Chambers, September 19, 8:30 - 12 noon and 1 - 3 p.m.; Westbrook VFW, September 20, 8:30 - 11 a.m. and 1 - 3 p.m. Dr. Paige to speak at Immanuel Baptist Church. In the light of recent events in the Middle East and Europe some have proclaimed that we are in the "last days". What does the Bible say about the "last days"? We at Immanuel Baptist Church are excited about our upcoming prophecy conference. Dr. Richard Paige will be examining what the Bible says about end time events. The conference will begin at 9:30 Sunday mornrng, September 8. Each evening, Sunday through Thursday, (September 8-12), Dr. Paige will be speaking at p.m. Dr. Paige is an experienced evangelist and Bible conference speaker, having preached across America and in several foreign countries. He has extensive pastoral experience, havinl; served as an assistant pastor, youm pastor, or senior pastor for 32 years. He is ~endy serving as the Executive tary of the Minnesota Baptist Association. He is recognized as m outstanding motivational speaker with a strong practical emphasis. Some of the topics Dr. Paige will be addressing are: "Spotlight on the Last Days", "Our Glorious Hope", "Delivered From Wrath", "Blameless at His Coming", "The Day of the Lord", and "Israel, Cc, mmunity Center, 859-2135 at least one day prior to attending. Cost of the meal is $2.21 for 60 and over. Anyone under 60 must pay $3.68. every morning at 10:00. Anyone 60 or older may participate in the Arabs, and the End Times". meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi The members and pastor of (home 859-2469) at the Immanuel Baptist Church extend an invitation to the public to attend any or all of the conference sessions. S-49, 50 Slayton Auction Barn Open for all classes of llvesto~k. SALES EVERY THURSDAY Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock 1:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6 44 Large selection of fabrics - Selling . wallpaper. I&M Phone 859-2634 2 mlies South - 2 1/4 miles East of Walnut Grove, MN. Ill Septmber 6th will be the last Friday we will be September 9th will be MONDAY EVENINGS 8:00 p.m. I Westbrook, MN.