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Im I I IIIII ! Mountain L/the, MN, $120.00 I (S=y -SS5.oo). WestbrookMondayNisht SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 'ey Ladies Bowling .10/15/90 Disobeyed Stop Sign: Shane Double D Bow1 18 - Eugene Menken, Windom, MN, Rongstads Ins.15 - 6 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 17, 1990 ,$44.00; Karen Ann Olin, LloydsAmoco 14 - 10 ,LNUT ',Bloomington, MN, $44.00; Leon Klasses 13 - 11 meeti MN,D nav n Hellickson, Albert Lea 00=AnnSWSo= a v v,"' Farmers ren ]nded ot' Mountain Lake, MN, $44.00; DovrayManor'"-. 12 - 12 Cynthia Rae Peters' wind m' MN' Lichty Drug 11- 139 29d ' " faJ $44.00 3 ct. cad lne Driving Under The Influe.: Elkhom Inn 10 - 14 Kevin Duane Harvey, Heron Lake, Jensens Clippers 8 - 16 Farmers are reminded that thefilling out the secret ballOqed Ca :"i ' MN, $625.00. Jail/Prison-Stayed StateFarm Ins.6 - 18 Cottonwood County ASCS officereturning it to the countyl [,ace - 30 days for 1 yr. Enter and and the Redwood County ASCS office. ! for his There is a grassroots movement afoot from coast to coastcomplete chemical education High Series: Office are now receiving Most resident farmers ppy p and 'all our professional politicians should take note. The program. Follow aftercare, pay fine Gloria Doom 507 nominations for ASCS county eligible to hold office as on Vine's c.')nversalions lhis past lwo weeks with concerned and assessments, no s/s viol. for 1 Sharon Timgren 481 committee election candidates, committee-members. If a of frle'lds revealed a committment bythem to vote for anyone yr. who iS NOT in office at the national and state levels. Seems Driving After Revocation: Jeanie Berg 473 Roger Missiing, County Executive would like detailed infortr al Pop Director of the Cottonwood concerning eligii l-lispo: the voting citizens are beginning to regard the elected Alexis Rachel Simich, Windom,High Games: County ASCS encourages farmers requirements, he or she S istrict officials as just p lain old crooks after they have been in office MN, $330.00 (stayed-S110.00).Gloria Doom 224 to use this opportunity to nominate contact either a present comt in J for two terms. We can't seem to get election reform fromJail/Prison-Stayed 60 days for 1 yr. Jennie Berg 201 their farm neighbors as candidates member or the county offiq for hi those who have made a permanent resideflt of the national Pay balance of fine, have no s/s Sharon Timgren 181 in the ASC committee election, recent amendment requires Ikvas 1 and state office buildings, so we will have to elect new non violations for 1 yr. politicians to get the job done. Perhaps we will be fortunate Unsafe Tires: Kevin Duane Missling said the ASC female must be included icate ; committee provides the important slate this year. . jplishm( enough to get a real statesperson in office for a change. The Harvey, Heron Lake, MN, $55.00. Westbronk Men's Thursday service of administerin In filling out a petition, ta y metal coming election will be Interesting tO observe. Sometimes No City Dog License: Marlow Night Bowling---10/ll/90 government farm programs in the should be careful to included voters say one thing and do another -- we will see just how Harvey Jurgens, Windom, MN, VFW 40 - committed they are to get some changes made when the vote $25.00. local community. The election will name of only one nomin Pus Istaken next month. Allow Dog To Run: Marlow Double DBowl 34 be conducted by mail from sigfazures of at least three the The Walnut Grove Lions Club will be continuing their Harvey Jurgens, Windom, MN, Maynards 31 23 November 23 to December 3 voters who suppoatrouD monthly paper pick up and the date for October Is this $25.00; Erland Braun, Mountain Funks 24 Ehg]ble farm voters will be nominee, and certification tl 's G ri C & L provided 37 with instructions for nominee coming Saturday, October 20. Have your papers on the curb Lake, MN, $25.00. 17 is willing to se~l~ and bundled by 1 p.m. for pick up. Poss. Of Small AmL Of Ma: Double D Cafe Ju 44 elected. Petitions should be ' and mailed or hand-delivered AlSo thiS Saturday, the Tracy American Legion Auxiliary Mitchell John Flatgard, Windom, county ASCS office no lata is having a Holiday Craft Sale at the Tracy Serviceman's IVIN,$110.00. High Series: October 29. pleS Center from 9:30 to 4:00. There will be a salad bar luncheon Unlawful To Possess: Mitchell Digger Phelps and morning and afternoon coffee. Jason Schmalz Westbrook Education AS S committee electio~n~=~ notes open to all eligible ASC And of course this Thursday and Friday all the youngsters John Flatgard, Windom, MN, Dean Winter will have vacation for the MEA Convention as is the usual fall $44.00. without regard to race, c= 529 Thursday, October 18--6:30 -religion, sex, age, handiC ulatir activity. Just take care out there, don't get hurt while playing DAR: Tammy Sue Atkins, High Games: 8:00, ECFE, Kindergarten Room. national origin. Any conc kmallv during the Iooooong weekend. Westbrook, MN, $220.00. 7:00 - 9:00, Adult Basic Education, farmer with an interest in Next Tuesday, October 23, is Recycling Pick Up for DAS: Shane Eugene Menken, Mark Johnson Elementary Computer Room. f e21ow producers would be . ter pr Walnut Grove. Put your recyclables on the curb for pick up Windom, MN, $220.00. John Madson Monday. October 22--The third to the ASC committee. Forj h the during the day. Pronounced-30 (lays. Jim Block session on the Middle East will be reason, farmers are urg te Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum Committee will meet on Exhibition Driving: Jodi Lynn Rich Isder held at 7:30, Monday evening, petition for the farmers of ' pr Tuesday night, October 23 at 7:30 p.m. In the Museum. New Gunder, Windom, MN, $44.00. October 22nd at the Elementary choice. Ssional members are needed and very welcome. Dues are very No Insurance: Tammy Sue Tracy Monday Night School Education Room #2. Loren reasonable -- there are none. You won't be bugged to Atldns, Westbrook, MN, $330.00. Women'sBowlln~ -9/17/90 Tesdell will focus on Israel, signed contribute or work at fund raisers, either, no such activities Jail/Prison-10 days stayed 7 days Tracy Inc. 12 are held during the year by the committee, for 1 yr. Pay fine as agreed, have Al's Bar : viewpointseSpecially of nIsrael'sthe varietYconcerningOf Jr STAT rADM-- [palsrng oll Tracy Lane, s Walnut Grove Cub Scouts will be selling popcorn thisno s/s violations for 1 year. Serve Body Shop 88 the approach to peace with the II [b feedin week. This is their only fund miser and they are hoping you 3DJ. 8 Palestinian Arabs. A video tape,w family Lb!atin will encourage them with a good response. Crim. Prop. Dam. 3rd DOg.: Serviceman s will be shown. 7:30, Stamp Club [ izati Coming up on October 29, the Bloodmobile will be visiting Brian Keith Buchcr, Windom, MN, Center Walnut Grove once again. The crew will be at the Community $330.00