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.ances SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wedrmoday, 7 September 4, 1991 TEN YEARS AGO September 3, 1981 New teachers this year are Wolf as the an instructor, Abraham as the assistant coach, girls basketball and will teach social+studies; Arndt will teach business ed model office; David and Mary dukovich will teach music this year. Karin Nelsen, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Marlowe Nelsen of rural returned home last from a two month stay in under the Youth for g Program. Her lan father worked for the lan Broadcasting System Westbrook. The accident happened at the intersection of the golf Recent visitors at the Grover course road and highway 30, 3 Busk home were Charles Busk, miles west of Westbrook. Statesboro, GA, Linda Fossum and The Westbrook Horseshoe Stacy, Nathan and Andy from Tossers won their final game of the Minneapolis, Russell and Carol season defeating Jackson, there, Baker, Steven, Johnny, and Sarah Monday night 668 to 638. Alvin Mischke hooked 110 ringers, Archie Anderson 106, Del Anderson 80 and Rachuy 41 in three rounds and Groenke played one round getting 9. Westbrook students returned to school Monday morning of this week, but there was a drop in total enrollment from last year of 16 students. from Leadville, CO, Florence and Burdett Larson, Ruth and Stanley Madson, John, Linda and Curtis Madson, Raymond Erickson, Marlys and Mary Ann, Howard and Clara Larson from Price, MN, and Alice and Mitch Mitchell from Bloomington, TX. Elmer and Wanda Brandt were Thursday morning coffee guests at the Bernice Bashans home. Thursday evening Mr. and, Mrs. Hospital in Minneapolis. Monday afternoon Mary Larson visited at the home of Bernice Bashans. Nancy and Duane Goring along with her brother and sister-in-law, Sieve and Nancy Cook of Lakefield, spent Sunday night and Monday in the Cities. They attended the State Fair on Monday. Adeline Bums, Bill Nelson and Irene Tyler were callers this past week at the home of Clara Kashmarek. Edna Miranowski and Clara Kashmarek visited at the Nelson Tyler home Wednesday evening. Adeline Burns and Clara Kashmarek visited Eliza Schdtz at I III II I Bethef'Sykora was a Friday afternoon visitor of Beulah Phipps. Sam Wahl and daughter, Marily, of Windom, and Olga LaMaack were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mrs. William Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanish were Tuesday evening visitors at the Mandel and Betty Natterstad home. Friday evening supper guests at the Ivan Carlson home were Betty Grams, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cola's, Arrlle Higley of Windom, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winter and Muriel Kleven. Goldie Passmore and Phoebe was also an author. Her mother THIRTY Lloyd Neisen visited at the Art the Eventide Home at Mountain Flor visited Art Flor in Tracy Therest of the family YEARS AGO Steen home after having supper Lake on Thursday. Friday afternoon. with them at the Corral Supper Joe Giese of Rochester visited at Monday evening Clara of three sisters, aged 17, September 7, 1961 Club at Fulda. the L.A. Cohrs home Friday Kashmarek visited at the William Mr. and Mrs. Doran Marietta Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen, Leo evening. Nelson home. Representatives of an and daughter of Currie have moved Beckmann, Gary Beckmann of Larry Paterson of Eagan spent a ependent oil company met with Alice Horkey was a dinner guest a farmers Wednesday night to into the Rongstad Apartments. He Mankato and Beulah Stuwe were of Elnora Glasshoff on few days visiting at the Roy ,lain the drilling process and is employed at the local elevator. Friday evening visitors at the home Wednesday. Paterson home. Members of the Westbrook of Carl A. Olson to help him Stacy and Chad Horkey visitedDuane and Wendy Kopperud, :uss leasing of their land. The Presbyterian Church are planning celebrate his birthday. Alice Horkey Thursday evening. Emily and Bethany, of Benson, apany asked that their name not to hold a potluck dinner this .Mrs. Larry OIson of Sunday Curtis Horkey and spent Labor Day weekend at the mentioned in the newspaper Sunday, for Rev. and Mrs. Potter Bloomington was a weekend family, Bumsville, were luncheon Roger Kopperud home. "the oil business is a very and family who are leaving visitor of Kee Kee Nelson. James Boeck and Avis " one". Westbrook. Ray. Potter has guests of Alice Horkey. Last Sunday Bonnie Laird and Monday evening Alice Horkey Nicklasson of New Ulm and Inez TWENTY YEARS AGO September 2, 1971 Four persons from Flandreau, were uninjured last Friday when the 1968 Cadillac were riding in struck the rear. of a gravel truck belonging to Construction Co. of accepted a call to the Presbyterian Hattie Steinberg of Minneapolis Church in Dawson, MN. were brunch guests of Kee Kee The members of Emmanuel and Nelson. Faith Lutheran Churches are Avie Winter and Marcella invited to a welcoming potluck Boeck drove to Mankato on Friday supper for Pastor and Mrs. Groth where they met Graydon Boeck and family Sunday September and Donald Boeck. On Tuesday beginning at2p.m. Donald will return to the Vats attended the Senior Center lxXluck. Riddell were a week ago Wednesday evening guests in Wednesday visitors of Iris the home of Nancy and" DuaneMarshall. Goring were Ferric Goring and Wendy Kerr was an overnight Doris Berndt, Darfur, and Dawn guest on Friday at the Ed Voslxa'g Goring, Mountain Lake. home. Bruce and Judy Lichty were Tuesday Garden Club met at the weekend Lmests of Betty Lichty. home of Mrs. Ed Vosberg. Stanley and Ruth Madson spent last weekend at Lincoln, NE visiting Doug and Joan Nelson. The four of them also went to Fairburg, NE to visit Merle and Vicki Bailey and family. Thursday afternoon Ruth and Stanley Madson visited the Herbert Herdingers and Jennie Anderson in Worthingon. DOMESTIC $, INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Barbara Christlano - Tammy BoerM 288 Tenth SlreM 1-800-427-1053 Wlndom, MN 5(i101 507-831.1053 PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm - Budness Complete Au~ion Service Rich Reiaer Ferd Krenz Springfield Sleepy Eye Ph. 723-$243 Ph. 794-6756 Call us colleeL CALL 274-5450 TO REGISTER Please pay when registering for classes. 1991 MURPHY' LANDING - ShakoDee /Candlellaht Evenina - Harvest Ban m Jet) When: October 12th Time: 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Leave from high school parking lot: 3:00 p.m. Return: Approx. 1:30 a.m. ADULT VOLLEYBALL Dates: Tuesdays- starting November 12 Time: 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Location: Elementary Gym Max: 40 Fee: No charge Adult volleyball will begin November 12. Everyone interested is encouraged to gather in the small elementary gym at 7 30 p.m. We will meet every Tuesday night except on those days when school has not been held. ADULT BI IC EDUCATION Fee: $30.00 for ticket/transportation Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays REGISTRATION'DEADLINE: September 12th Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. This event marks the end of the regular season. From 6:00 - Location: Elementary Computer Room 10:00 p.m. the horse drawn trolley will amble down roads lined Instructor: Eunice Christensen with luminaries. Share the music and games that entertained and Fee: No charge relaxed the p'[oneer families. The soft glow of oil lamps will light the Review basic English, math, reading, social studies, etc. or for exercise. The elementary "school gym and hallways are evening actrvities. The sounds of old fashioned music will fill the learn typewriter keyboard on the computer. Call Eunice at 274- each weekday morning from 6:30 - 7.'30 a.m. through May. crisp October air. 6491 for further information. This year a lavish Harvest Bamluet has been added to the Min: 6 festivities. Enjoy the magic of our torch lit pavilion overlooking the ECFE tEarlv Chlldlm d Family ion} r and Thursday nights - starting September 10th Minnesota River where a sumptuous buffet will blanket the tables OPEN HOUSE: Monday, September 9, 7:00-8:00 p.m. ' " with: Succulent hand cawed ham, round of beef, scalloped 1991, 6:30-8:00 p.m. m: Elementary Small Gym . potatoes, corn on the cob, sauerkraut, creamy coleslaw, pineapple ,'ton Loma Anderson $18.00 for 6 weeks - to be paid the first night and pistacn|o .rice salad, old fashioned potato salad, corn bread, Room #102 - East Wing, Westbrook ) tre.sh .b.b.b.b ed dinner rolls, coffee, tea, and lemonade. Serving time Elementary School j ) ISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, September 6 wi. oe trom 6 30 - 8:30 p.m. Instructors: Karla Guni:lennann - Child Educator Please come join Lorna and look and feel better with her UNDERSTANDING THE CONSTITUTION Donna Knudson- Parent Facilitator and body toning class. Everyone welcome - males and Dates: Monday evenings starting October 14; 21, 28 and**Come and see our new room! There's so much to celebrate November 11, 18 and loam. Min: 12 Max: 18 Time: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. October 7 16; 23, 30 and Location: Community Ed. Room Instructor: Loren Tesdell J' J' k j' =J3 J) d'1 e: 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. Fee: No charge ation: Community Education Room Loren Tesdell will lead a series of five Monday night j, ructor: Rita Bakke discussions on Understanding the Constitution. Questions like J V : $28.00 per parson payable to Weslbrook Community Ed. freedom of speech and press, the separation of church and state Materials used in the class will be payable to Rita. 31STRATION DEADLINE: Septentboi 10th and the rights of persons arrested and accused of crime will be oiscussed. Some very interesting videotapes made by PBS will be J - " U S E p-r. I 2 J Rita will teach 4 classes with a variety of subject rnatter (floral, shown to il strate the co n lexities faced by the government and 7:00 Iscape, bird, duck). This will be a class for beginners as well as especially me courts in oeciding on constitutional issues. The P .r'l. erienced painters. Paint may be purchased from Rita for 20 .serieswiflbegin on and readings will be recommended which may J" FULDA ELEHENTARY GYH ts a squirt. Additional brushes and supplies may also be oe purcnased at cost. No other fees will be charged. hased at class - if needed STARRY GEESE OUILT Min;6 .=,0 J;] "$ 1 00 Min: 10 couples or singles Dates: Tuesdays - starting October 15; 22, 29 and November 5th Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. SS:octoberThUrsdaY3 evenings- starting September 19; 26 and Instructor:'L cati n: CommunitYjo.Wilson Ed. Room j TEDD,Y BEARS FREEI! ,r, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $20.00 per person High School Ag Room REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 9 TERRIFIC TWO'S AND THREE'S Jim Chdstensen $15.00 . The first.class, will be about the basic things, examples. Jo will Two and three year ok:Is are filled with energy and are growing IST :IAT 17th h flo t he fo ll . "ng classes from there on. rapidly. We will spend our time enjoying their energy and growth. This course is designed to teach you to dave.lop your own Date:- - Thursday, October 17 Min: 5 Max: 15 activitiesParents haVeto doaatchancehome, to meet other parents and get ideas and ) plan based on your understanding of design concepts Time: 7:00 - 10.'00 p.m. MONDAYS: SesSion I - September 16 - November 4 materials that are available and hardy in Minnesota. You Location: Community Ed. Room Cost: $8.00 hands on experience in designing your own landscape |nstructor: Kim Chapman Session II - November 18 - December 9 for an existing home setting or for a totally new Cost $5.00 under the direction of the instructor. Fee: $8.00 able to Westbrook Community Ed. FABULOUS FOUR'S AND FNE S PARE NTING Max; 10 couples from Weslbrook REGISTRA aI N DEADLINE: October 11 A parent/child class which offers lots of leamtng and social 10 couples from Walnut Grove In one .eyenin9 make your own beautiful.10" doll to enhance interaction. Serf-esteem build.i.n:g, pro-reading, pre-math activities, any room. very simple and fast. Bdng to oass a scissors and and dramatic play are possmJe dudng parenffchild time. Then, day e 'enings - starting September 23; 30, October 7, .bottle of Elmer's glue. The rest of the supplies will be offered at the parents will leave the classroom for parent discussion. 14, 28 and N( vember 4 e: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. ckass for $5.00 payable to Kim. THURSDAYS: Session I - September 19 - November 6 ation: WALNUT GROVE Middle School BEGINNERS PAPERTOtF " Min: 5 Max: 10 (.W . sday - because of Parent/Teacher Conferences) ructor: Steve Kjorness . Dates: Thursdays - beginning November 7; 14, 21 t ession II - November 21 - December 12 Time: 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. I.NO class on Thanksgiving - class will meet on Monday, : $10.00 per couple for materiats ISTRATION DEADLINE: September 18th Location: Community Ed. Room Novemoer 25) The Active Parenting of Teens Discussion Program - A video- Instructor: Kim Chapman Cost for Session I - $8.00 group discussion program facilitated by a group leader (Mr. Fee: $20.00 payable to the Westbrook Community Ed. COst for Session 11 - $5.00 ness). Six sessions: September 23, 30; October 7, 14, 28; and REGISTRATION DEADLINE: November 1 **Child care is provided for siblings during ECFE classes. ,ember 4. These six sessions review; The active parent, Papertole is the art of taking 5 identical prims - cutting and There is a minimum of $1.00 per visit per child. filing courage and self-esteem, oeveloping responsibility shaping them to 3 dimenslonalize them and cover them with glass ugh discipline, winning cooperation through communication, kote to give them a porcelain look. When finished it will be a I WESTBROOK COMM EDUCATION : challenge of alcohol and other drugs p:arenting and teenage beautiful piece of art to hang on your wall. asizes positive parenting SKINS. - You will need to bdng to class an exacto knite and #11 blade, I REGISTRATION FORM , 1 small (2 oz.) tube of clear silicone and an old magazine to cut I I .=s: Last Monday of each month (Septend er - May) starting on. I tie rest of the supplies will be offered at the class for $13.00 I I ,Name ' n Seplember 30th. payable to Kim. Frames will also be available at class. I s: 7:30 p.m. I Address atlon: Elementary Cafeteria aJctor: Beve Cohrs DES MOINES RIVER TEU=.MEDIA : Home Phone Work Phone : :No charge To re,lister for classes, call Jerald Goehring, DMRV Ed. I District office at 507-445-3424. or WCC at 507-372-2107 or 1-800- I Class n New members are always welcome. For more information 652-9747 I Beve Cohrs at the post office. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY: : Night u Wednesday evenings, beginning September 4, 1991 to ' I Min: 5 November 27, 1991, 6:30,9:30 p.m. Southwest Technical : Fee Enclosed . October2 College, Jackson, MN. P. Bjerke, Worthington Community 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. College, instructor. " : Adult,Student on: C; & L Shop - Main Street in Westbrook INTRO TO CONSUMER VIDEO: I .-'tor: ouieDoom Thursday evenings beginning September 19, 1991 to : ;2.00 per personpayable to the Westbrook Corrm'dJnity Ed. November 14, 1991, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Southwest Technical TR/NION DEADLINE: Septerr 0er 30th College, J Campus, Jackson, MN.Wayne Stoltz, Southwest : Please return check and form to For the ladies who would like to have some questions /ecnncal Coaege, instructor. Westbrook Public School n vered regarding how a car runs and simple little things that z Monday evenings, beginning September 9, 1991 to November : BOX 128 I h KKE am to do - this is the class for you. INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY: + ?-5, 991, 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. Southwest Technical College, Jackson Westbrook, MN, 56183 : WednesdaY,7:30 - 8:00 p.m.OCt ber 9 instructor.t; mp s, Jackson, MN. C. Blair, Worthington Community College, :,I ltion: Community Ed. Room WORK/FAMILY CONNECTION : NOTE: If the maximum number of people don't sign up for uctor: Sally Nelsen A WORK AND FAMILY SEMINAR: a class, would you will willing to pay an additional $2-3 so :Nocharge 1 Tuesday evenings, beginning September24, 1991 to October : we could stgl have the clus? YES NO : If you are interested in the heart and strokes - Sally will be 1991, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Southwest Technical College, Jackson I a video and have a question and answer period ampus, JacKson, MN. Cec Handevidt and others, Southwest I I Technical College, instructors. -