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;E 9r o :i TEN YEARS AGO October 9, 1980 Johnson, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Donald B. Johnson and Boerboom, son of Mr. and Robert Boerboom, received )le ribbons on their Market in the AK-Sar-Ben 4-H show held in Omaha, NE 1980. ar and Susan Kriesel presented banners Monday It by the local Tops Chapter for the most weight during the ;t year the Chapter has been The Walnut Grove water system received a high rating after a recent survey by the state department of health The source and wells received a perfect score in the ratings used by the department. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Foster took their son Allen to Sioux Falls, SD last Friday from where he left to return to Fort Bliss, TX, having spent a two weeks leave. FORTY YEARS AGO guests of Mariam Maas at Irene Verstraete of Marshall and Montevideo. Other guests wereDoric Charbonncau spent from SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 7 Mrs. Don Tuttle, Sioux Falls, Mrs. Saturday to Monday at the Dennis Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 10, 1990 Lloyd Johnson, Shoreview and Mrs. Scott Flickinger of Brooklyn Park. Nell and Betty Toso of Mahnomen, MN, were weekend guests at the Joel and Lynn Swanson home. Sunday afternoon Joel and Lynn Swanson entertained for Sarah's 2nd birthday and also for grandmother, Sadie Swanson's birthday. About 38 relatives attended. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steffen visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Art Erickson home at rural Lamberton. Robert Anderson of Rapid City, SD, spent several days visiting his parents, Don and Grace Anderson. Charbonneau home in Parker's Prairie. Edith Ousky returned home after spending two weeks with Rene Monkelien in Circle Pine, while Lamar Monkelien was attending school in Ohio. She also visited Ron and Marlys Ousky and the Alfred Henriksens in Minneapolis. The Bible study groups of Our Savior's Lutheran church met last Thursday. Ruth at the Verna Giese home with Millie Comnick leading the study. Mary met at the Loretta Hullopeter home with Dona Petersen, study. Naomi met at the Millie Comnick home with Barb Wixon, study. Fourteen attended the potluck dinner sponsored by the senior October 12, 1950 ;indy and Gary Janssen passed Local sales listed in today's The Whist Club met with Tribune: John Bauman will sell a citizens Tuesday Erma Dysart Walnut Grove. during the full line of machinery and 60 head Eunice Anderson Sunday evening. of a Dream" pageant Wednesday DeLores Swenson presided. In the afternoon Lilly and and were so impressed by of livestock on October 17; attended the funeral for her aunt, Earl Christe'nsen and Millie emphasis on yesteryear by the Clarence Munson will sell his Ider Museum Committee and machinery and 53 headoflivestock Barbara Lampl, at the Cathedral Comnick served cake and ice Committee they on October 18; A Spotted Poland Church in New Ulm. cream in honor of their birthdays to to locate in the China boar sale will be held at the Mrs. Russ Morris of 55 guests. Guests included LaVon unity. They have established Joe Zeug farm on October 19; Paul Bloomington spent Friday and Jensen,Korman,DOloreSMyrtle Saxton,Martin, HannahShirley Lamfers will hold a farm sale on Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Glib, Erna Larsen" ~and the Earl shop in the building beside Mrs. Art Krause. ~way 14. October 25. Hanskes all of Lucan. 3ve's volleyballers Bids for the construction of a The Ray Duntermans took Vi last week to push pump house for the new village well will be opened on Monday, Alma Lawrenz and Mr. and Schmidt to the Minneapolis airport conference record to 2 wins October 23. The first time all bids Mrs. Luke Satter were Sunday last Thursday, where she boarded i one loss. supper guests at the Mr. and Mrs. the plane for her home in St. were rejected as being too high. Estimated holdings of UnitedMike Strand home at rural Petersburg, FL. She spent part of TWENTY-FIVE States Saving Bonds in the Lamberton. the summer with her sister, Erma YEARS AGO counties in this area amount to $46, Weekend guests of Loretta Dysart. The Roy T. Christensens Larsen were Mr. and Mrs. James and Erma Dysart accompanied 388,000 an analysis of salesVavra and Julia Johnson of them to the airport. October 7, 1965 revealed today. The Ray Duntermans visited hip roof barn and a 100- Minneapolis. Sunday they visited feeding shed on the old John Harms returned ThursdayLoretta's sister and brother-in-law, Florence and Cecil Snyders at night from a two months' trip to rge Hook farm, six miles Europe where he visited Holland Mr. and Mrs. August Krueger, at Marshall last Wednesday. of Tracy, burned to the Clements and were afternoon Steve and Lisa Bitker are the late Sunday afternoon, and the Western zone of Germany. of hay were in the The first television receiver to go luncheon guests at the Mr. and parents of a daughter, Hannah Mrs. Joe Jams home at Vesta. Elizabeth born September 29, 1990 was lost. into operation in Walnut Grove was installed last week by Rolf Evelyn Hansen and Judy and at the Marshall Hospital She members of the Walnut Nackerud. Two farmers north of Albina Wood were in Wilimar on weighed 8 pounds and 13 ounces. High School Future Farmers Thursday. She has a sister Erin 3. Chapter plan to attend town, Louis Schmiesing and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson Grandparents are Helen Becker of ational FFA Convention atLeonard Severson, are reported to of Worthington were Sunday Heron Lake and Merlyn and have had TV sets in operation for evening guests of Shirley Lorenz. Jeanette Bitker. ~ty next week. They are several months. Carol Prokasky and Neva Scou James Kelly and Ted and Laura Anderson spent the weekend with their son, Owen, were last Wednesday guests at the atWoonsoeket, SD. home of Bob and Deanne Saturday Steve and Bette Neumann in Amiret. Mildred Trost Ourada attended Family Day atof Wabasso, Neva Scott and Carol Moorhead State University where Prokasky were last Friday daughter, Renee, is a student, overnight guests at the Merlyn and Monday afternoon several ladies Mavis Jerzak home in St. Joseph. were coffee guests at the Sadie On Saturday Mrs. Trost, Mrs. Scou Swanson home to honor her and Mrs. Jerzak took Carol Baxter spent a few days Brittany, Barbara Zentzis andbirthday. Prokasky to the Minneapolis sister, Wilma Skellenger,Andrea and Susan Vik and Keith Mrs. Dale Lorenz and Shirley airport, where she left for her home aseca. They attended a family brought her home and stayed Lorenz spent from Tuesday to in Port Angeles, WA after overnight and returned to their Thursday visiting Mrs. Dale spending three weeks with her guests of Charles and homes on Saturday. Lorenz' sister, Mrs. Margaretmother, Mrs. Scott, and her sisters. and family was Thursday and Friday guests ofTidemann, at Dell Rapids, SD. of Staples. Clair and Betty Baker were Rev. Mrs. Tidemann accompanied them r. and Mrs. Fernando and Mrs. Don Bredthauer of home to visit for a few days. tucan were weekend guests aOmaha, NE. They returned homeAdded weekend guests were Mr. ago with John and Eileenby way of St. Paul, where they and Mrs. Albert Anderson of visited with Tadd Kelly, who Worthington and Shirley Lorenz Giersdorf spent from attends St. Thomas College. was an added Saturday supperMr. and Mrs. Floyd Kumerow of - Monday visiting her Mrs. Carl Arnold spent Sundayguest. Lamberton and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keen with her brother,and family, Mr. Dwight and Gloria Jacobs Lawrenz and Josh visited Larry and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Truman Erickson of visited Carl and Lauris Eichner at West St. Paul and Westbrook, to help them celebrate Westbrook Sunday afternoon. Lawrenz Thursday evening, Mary Korfiatuf at their 50th wedding anniversary. " September 27. Thursday, October Northwestern Hospital who -- Marjorie Bakken was a dinner 4, Larry's supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Weiss of vent open heart surgery, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milroy Lambeth Larry's Friday visitors Orville Dahnes of Erickson and family on Saturday to Falls was a Friday celebrate birthdays, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crouse of of Mildred Otto. A week ago Sunday guests of ' Revere, Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Mrs. Tom Olson, Cory, George and Ruth Bartlett were her Darla Christensen, Phylis Guggisherg of St. Cloud and Mr. Jennie of Burnsville were brother and wife, Russell and Lanoue, Donna Swalboski and and Mrs. Butch Polman of guests of Juanita Olson. Marjorie Mathews of Canby. Doris Zwach attended the Legion Marshall. dinner guests were Wednesday afternoon visitors of II Council of Catholic Women Fall Viola Keith accompanied by Jo Olson Chad and George and Ruth Bartlett were Gathering at St. Mary's church in Elfreda Hovald of Mankato and Ervin and Jen Edwards of Tracy. Sleepy Eye last Thursday. Aurelia Grane of echo spent about and Jordan of Madeline Alcorn spent from The Mel Bergmans were last ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Russell were weekend guests Wednesday until Sunday with her Friday supper guests at the Manley Bisbee and members of their Pack. daughter, Mary Alcom, in St. Paul. Rolland home in Tracy. family at Longmont, CO and with Wahl of Currie, On Sunday all the family attended Rev. and Mrs. Comnick attended Mr. and Mrs. Billy Raduenz at Hudson of Tracy and had lunch with Mrs. a party to celebrate Alexandra the 55th wedding anniversary of Thedford, NB returning home Alcorn's lst birthday at the home Rev. T. Arnold and Olive Monday. of Phoenix, AZ on of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thompsen at First Lutheran in Mr. and Mrs. E.J. and Mrs. Adolph Alcorn of Minnetonka. Madeline Alexandria, Sunday. Rev. Honetschlager, Mrs. Luverne of Mound, Mrs. Merrill returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Thompsen gave the wedding Honetschlager and Alfred Salfer and Mac Radtke Scot Spates and family of sermon and Olive sang at theattended the funeral for Genevieve Redwood Falls. Comnicks wedding 40 years ago Smith at Browns Valley Monday. Chuck Hudsons at Friday afternoon coffee guests when the Comnicks were married The E.J. and Luverne and also visited at the DeLores Swenson home in Windom. The Comnicks Honetschlagers attended the 60th MN, Longstrom and at the Christian were Eunice Anderson, Helen attended a musical program given wedding anniversary Open House by Randy and Mary Morken at a at Wanda Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Buterbaugh, Lois Johnson and Lutheran church of rural Hoffman, Walter Hoffman. ~laAddison returned home Mary Tate. --'-----"~ a t~.r spending a week in Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eichner ofSunday evening. The Comnicks Mrs. Susie Pelzel of Wabasso L~ ~ . ~dpOlls With relatives. Her Westbrook visited at the Mr. and were Sunday overnight guests at entertained for her belated birthday ~d Mrs. Art Krause home Sunday the Morken home. Tuesday when her guests were evening. Magnus Rolland of Worthington Milly Jensen, Rose Bittner, Friday Evelyn Hansen was a was a Wednesday guest at the Caroline Brau, Viola Keith and guest of Albina Wood at the Zytec Hans Taness home. Sene Schaffran. noon dinner at Redwood Falls and Wayne Kramer of Arlington ~ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gilb also had a tour of the plant,spent Thursday and Friday at the visited the Leo Andersons at Jared and Jonna Mass spentLyle Kramer home. Susan Skoblik Redwood Falls Wednesday Wednesday to Friday with their of St. Cloud spent from Friday to evening. 859-2154 grandparents, Art and Alice Maas. Monday at the Kramer home. Mrs. LaVon Jensen spent ook. m. DeLores Swenson was a Thursday Brenda Markman and Michael Creek afternoon visitor, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at 'Apartments Saturday Mrs. Art Maas, Mrs.the Kramer home. Lowell Schmiesing. Mrs. Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Wright FOR RENT Arends were dinner and afternoon McLaughlin of Paris, Me were last One bedroom apartments. weekend guests at the Earl Parish home. Mrs. McLaughlin is a sister . Most utilities paid. Meals his Agree G rove Apartments of Earl. available daily. Senior " " Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stattelman, citizens, handicapped and is a great place to live! Man y and Mike, Edith Ousky and disabled eligible. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stattelman spent Sunday in Ramsey Park in Delbert says; "All Redwood Falls. Valley View --, Mrs. Louis Dolan and the Robert Apartments --'-" ~ the people here Zwachs Sr. attended the golden Lamberton, Mn. wedding anniversary of Mr. and teoat~ommo 507-752-7303 are friendly. It's a Mrs. Floyd Hansvick at Belview OPt, OIIIUNI13' 507-752-7470 .J nice place to live last saturday. . . and also so , ~ am~lm) convenient. I just walk to mealsite ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS Meet DelbertComnick or to the store." ' ' Wes TV Grove Apartments: We're Where You Belong! Storden, MN. One unit now open! Call Wes at 445-3431 , 8th St. #106 Grove 859-2489 After hours call 445-3465 i Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Elvira Johnson at Redwood Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brau and Jason of Monona, IA were weekend guests at the Otto Brau home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brau spent Monday at the Kenneth and Charles Portner homes at New Ulm. Agnes Ousky attended the Open House at the Concrete Ornamental Mfg. in Vesta Sunday. Agnes played her accordion at the Adult Day Care Center at the Redwood Falls Hospital and at noon she played at the Senior Citizen Center in Redwood Falls. Lucan has a catered dinner served to Senior Citizens every fkst Thursday of each month at the Community Center. Forty nine enjoyed dinner and fellowship October 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brand and family, Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs. Jos Brey Friday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brey from Minneapolis visited them Saturday evening. Property valuation course set for assessors & township officers The property Valuation Short Courses sponsored by the University of Minnesota Extension Service in cooperation with the Minnesota Association of Assessors and the Minnesota Association of Townships are scheduled for October 13 at the Mankato Best Western and November 1 at Southwest State University in Marshall. These courses are important for all assessors to maintain their certification, for township officers on the Board of Review, and for realtors needing continuing education credit. Topics for assessors and realtors to be presented in the morning include "Ratio Studies -- a help or hindrance" by Tom Clark or Leonard Peterson, Department of Revenue Ratio Studies Unit; "Assessing Agricultural Property" by Matt Smith, agricultural economist, MN Department of Revenue; and "Properties Classed Seasonal Recreational Residential" by Martin Danielson, Aitkin County Assessor. A session for township officers will he conducted by Dan Franklin, retired Wilkin County Assessor and John Verlennich, Pope County Assessor. They will discuss ratio studies, valuation, viewing of properties, notice of assessment, board of review, county board of equalization, tax court, how to keep or get a local assessor, qualifications and licensure of For complete and qualified Auction Service Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 or 763-3467. The Sound that Sells! assessors and any concerns members may bring to the meeting. In the afternoon, Reuben Rydeen, MN Department of Revenue, will present the changes in the assessment laws enacted by the 1990 legislature. Prof. Arley Waldo, U of M extension economist, will discuss "Minnesota Property Tax and the Search for Buddhahood" will be followed by Prof. Philip Raup, U of M agricultural economist on "Farm Land Value and Trends -- will history repeat itself". At Virginia and Eden Prairie, respectively, this last topic will be replaced by "Forest Land Values" and "Assessing Distressed Properties". Township Officers will register at the course, all others are asked to request a brochure and pre- register. For more information contact your county assessor's office of University of Minnesota Extension Special Programs, 612- 625-1214 or 1-800-367-5363. * FIRESTONE * MULTIMILE * CO-OP TIRES ON FARM TIRE SERVICE GENERAL SERVICE STATION REPAIR TIRE SERVICE Westbrook, MN. Phone 274-6561 (After hours 274-5692) Open Men. - Fn. 7:00 - 5:30 Saturday 7:00 to Noon Dr. F. E. Robinson 271 3rd Street TRACY, MINNESOTA 56175 PHONE 629-3630 Hours: Mon Tues Thurs Fri. 7-12, 1-5 Wed. & Sat. 7-12 Chiropractic care now included under Medicare. I FOR SALE Here is a nice 2 bedroom bungalow. Spacey living room & dining room area, convenient kitchen, patio. $700 down & 77.54 per month including 11% Interest, 4 years and it's all yours! FORD REAL ESTATE AGENCY Tracy, MN. 56175 Phone 507-629-3120 or 629-3J05 evenings ~11 I I The second half property taxes are due and payable October 15, 1990. All payments sent in by mall must be postmarked no later than October 15, 1990, to be accepted without penalty. However, if your property is classified as agricultural, you may pay as late as November 15th without a penalty. If you have property with more than one classification (i.e. - a house In town and a farm), please be sure all non-farm property is paid by October 15th to avoid any penalty. The most efficient method of paying taxes is by mail. However, if paying in person, please have your check completed prior to arriving at the office. We will be happy to fill out checks for those physically unable to do so. LARRY L. BUNTING Auditor-Treasurer Redwood County II I I I I I;