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g 6 LI brook Library by 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. =esday 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. 1169 will meet Monday at the K pp, Erickson wedd" Barbara Kapp and Clarence Erickson were married September 22, 1990 at Bemidji, MN. Parents of the couple are Vergil SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove- Westbrook, MN- Wednesday, October 17, 1990 Obituaries St. Cloud State University 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 and Jean Bauer of Westbrook, MN representative to visit ay 9:00 a.m.- 12 noon p.m. for weigh-in. IvIceting from and Clarence and Nancy Erickson aesot Matron of honor was Aretta Edward C. Peterson Susan Asmus Engel, a -- ~a~rook AA and Al-anon 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. of Bemidji, MN. local high school see to stbrook AA meetings are Hanson, sister of the bride. ' has hI "CTv, Wednesday at 8:00 p m. Bridesmaids were Melissa Shaw, WALNUT GROVE--Edward representative from St. Cloud State rvice'i * stbrook CommunityRedwood Area Grief C. Peterson, 47, died at Unity University (SCSU), will be visiting Support Group friend of the bride and Aaren Hospital, Blaine, MN, on Friday, Westbrook-Walnut Grove High ,'clopr ' The Redwood Area Grief Hanson, niece of thc bride. Flowcr tleS u lY IOPS Support Group will be meeting girl was Morgan Hanson, niece of ) October 12, 1990, after a long School on Wednesday, October 24 Thursday, October 18, 1990, at the bride, illness. Services were held at 8:30 a.m. Susan Asmus Engel . .;. dcra TOPS Club No 1336 4:00 p.m. in the Adult Day Care at Steve Ristvedt, friend of the Tuesday, October 16 at Gill welcomes any people interested in aUc,every Wednesday in the the Redwood Falls Hospital. The groom, was bestman. Groomsmen Brothers Mortuary, Bloomington, SCSU to stop by. Y. of Our Savior's Luther j MN. Burial was at Fort Snelling. SCSU is a public, state brmnatt W " " " an Group welcomes anyone who has were Steve Wood and Jack eJgh m from 5"00 5"30 experienced a significant loss in Sandberg, friends of the groom. Edward C. Peterson was born in supported comprehensive " " - Walnut Grove, MN, September 28, university located in St. Cloud, i fedet meeting from 5:30 - 6:00 their lives in the past few months Mathew Erickson, nephew of the fundsi oryears. There is no cost. Formore groom, wasringbcarer. 1943, the son of Anton and MN. It enrolls more than 16,500 progr " information, contact Marie Smith The couple are making their Christine (Atkins) Peterson. He full - and part-time students in its home in Bemidji. Open House moved with the family to colleges of business, education, 1 funa at 637-2969. Reception will be held in honor of Welcome, MN, as a young child in fine arts and humanities, science : for Basic Education the couple Saturday, October 22, 1956. He graduated from Memorial and technology, social sciences, "am. STBROOK Basic 1990 at the Community Center High School in Garden City and graduate and continuing studies. gti n' honn a:h: living skills, North Hero All Stars from 2-5p.m ! served in the United States Army For more information contact g the GED test, etc. North Hero All Stars 4-H Club from 1965 to 1971. He was the Admissions Office at 612-255- west w}th individualized learning will meet Monday, October 22, at employed at the Northwestern2244. am ss2. '-lasses held each Tuesday 7:00 p.m. at the Walnut Grove 36-8 ursday evening, 7:00 - 9:00 Community Building. New KidCare Informational Drug Company for twenty five years. He was a member of the lit the Westbrook Elementary members welcome. Everyone American Legion. Peacepipe Girl . ater room. No fee for classes come in Halloween costume. - Session planned [] 1 II He is survived by one son, mts, Fn s. for more information, A KidCare Informational I[ Todd, of Blaine, a sister, Carol Scout Council area , gestbrook High School Office Media Advisory Session will be held Thursday, ill $111) or Eunice Christensen, I John (Marcia) Peterson, both of Peacepipe Girl Scout Council etor(274-6491) Second District Congressman October 18, at 7:00 p.m. at Weiner " (Leo) Dorpinghaus, and a brother, 4 fall meeting aator, f " Vin Weber and Assistant House Memorial Medical Center in Bloomington. He was preceded in held its annual Fall Area seekil[ Minority Whip Robert Walker of Marshall. Topics covered will I k death by his parents and one sister, Association Meeting for Area4 on the 16th District in Pennsylvania include: croup, fever, vomiting, Marlene Hanson. Monday, September 17th, at First b seat [la l Auxiliary Unit #16 will be participating in a 5:30 p.m. diarrhea, asthma, seizures, and I " Lutheran Church in Worthington. ! 6dcl ljHm( !! ! press availability on October 29th, upper respiratory in fections. There t I During the evening, new Girl 1990, in the Gold Room at the is no charge for this session 1 f' a'l||nnfJ Scout troop leaders had the suppo ll:30a.m. Y' Kandi Entertainment Center in designed for parents, day care opportunity to gain training for the .bk xlJ Wilimar, MN. Congressman providers, babysitters, and anyone Senior Nutrition Girl Scout age level they are Robert Walker, the Vice Chairman interested in children. The ' Services leading a troop in. The business of mg tw bus Tour on the Science, Space and presenter will be Norton Wiener, the Area was conducted, including mini-bus will be going to Technology Committee and RN. For those who are licensed Leslie McLaughlin WALNUT GROVE -- Senior setting Area goals, elec!ing Area Nutrition Services serving at the delegates to the Council s Annual rain Lake, to hear theCongresssman Vin Weber will be day care providers: this class in UMC play Community Center at 11:30 a.m. Meeting, and giving input on e.r nil singers, Saturuay, available to answer questions, qualifies for one necessary first-aid Lovers and Other Strangers will each operating day. proposals to the 1990 Girl Scent Iber 0d, leaving at 12 00 Congressman Walker will be credit. For more information, be presented by the University of Monday, October 22---SwedishUSA National Convention. The Note the time change uad speaking at a fundraising dinner for please call the hospital at 532- Minnesota, Crookston (UMC) meatballs, noodles, salad, pie. evening culminated with a Congressman Weber following the 9661. music-thrcater department onTuesday, October 23---BBQ presentation by Joan Ratzloff, press availability. Friday, Saturday and Sunday,chicken, mashed potatoes, stir fry Southwestern Mental Health ary The V.F.W. Auxiliary salad for nurses who helped d pressure, will be st at 11:00 a.m. at the All auxiliary members a salad. Disease and Revere Home Auxiliary The Revere Home Auxiliary will meet at 2:00 p.m Tuesday, October 23rd at the Revere Home. Springdale United Charity Drive is starting and will be going for the next month. Lions Paper Drive WALNUT GROVE -- Lions K The Club monthly paper pick-up will rook Area Alzheimers be Saturday, October 20. Please lse and Related Disorders have papers bundled and on the Group will meet curb by 1:00 p.m. Remember, no evening, October 2Ath shiny or magazine type paper is Saturday's activities included a music program by Oliver Monson, Esther Eichstadt, Roberta Schoper, Laurence Koorman, John Rupp and Bernice Bashans. Thank you to each one of you. The residents October 19, 20 and 21. The performance will be a dinner theater in Bedc Ballroom with dinner at 6 p.m. followed by the play at 7 p.m. Cast members include Leslie McLaughlin of Walnut Grove. Seating is limited to 36 people each night so reservations must be made and paid for at the Bede Information Desk. This show is recommended for adults only, according to director George French. Lisa Klasse completes Cosmetology course in the dining room of the acceptable, enjoyed it. Lisa Klasse, daughter of James Good Samaritan Home. . wet's famdy," and friends" of Keenagers The weekly worship service was and Peggy Klasse of Westbrook, , ana anyone interested are conducted by Pastor Will Peterson has successit:lly :qmpleted the cam e WALNUT GROVE --- of the Westbrook Bapti'st Church. I course of CosmetOlogy at Stewart d Keenagers meeting will, be Irene LarsOn played music and School of Hairstylin 'Yfi"Sioux how Tuesday afternoon, October 23, at sang for the residents Sunday Falls, SD on October 10, 1990. ncernShr, rT the Walnut grove Community morning. - Lisa graduated a advanced s, rten.ry Schmidt B atatng. Bingo will be played. The Resident Council met with stylist and will be working at J.C. hi! lemorml Hospital Please bring a suitable gift for Jean Bauer Tuesday. Attending Penney Salon in Mankato, MN. wu- wes = prizes. Everyone welcome. s tbr, v-nnesota were Laurence Klasse, Herbert ,uay. ; uet. 8 - 15, 1990 Rachuy, Agnes Schneider, Hannah WG American Legion JllTTED. . Wilder Museum Mischke, Robert Fisk, Sally Graft " Sanborn Committee Nelson, Augusta Rausenberger, Auxihary news WALNUT GROVE -- The John Rupp, Mike Brown, Sid WALNUT GROVE -- The Halstenrud Westbrook Wilder Museum Committee will Nelson, and Henry Boeck. American Legion Auxiliary met E[doraGlasshoff Westbrook meet at the museum, Tuesday, Carolyn Benson offered Tuesday evening, October 9th at !t- a Edwards M; Westbrook Westbrook October 23 at 7:30p.m. manicures and one to one visiting 6:30 p.m. in the Legion Club with the residents Wednesdayrooms. Chaplain Kathleen Maguire ii HARGED: morning. Also visiting was opened and closed the meeting Graft Sanborn Therron Benson. with a prayer. Westbrook Immunization Clinic We welcome Anna Jensen to Discussions were held on the at Walnut Grove our Center. Anna is from Jeffers. following: The October llth Clara Westbrook The Redwood County Public We hope she will enjoy her stay county meeting which will be held wards Westbrook Health Nursing Service will begin with us. at Walnut Grove Legion Club; the Westlmaok conducting an immunization clinic A Memorial Service was held budget which was approved; the VRIBUTION: at the Walnut Grove Community Wednesday afternoon for MetaVeterans Day Parade at the school; Club Center the third Monday, of this Schrivner. Pastor Jerry Lamb of the Veterans Day Supper for all month from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.Grace Lutheran officiated. Betty Legion members and Auxiliary Appointments can be made by Ruppassisted with the music,members which will be held at ~ary news STBROOK The library elve registered for children week fall story hour. :iovra e. is in the process of ai,ver 20 titles to their non-fiction section. We received Art Prints that wa iable. calling the Nursing Service office at 63%2969. The next clinic will be held on November 19, 1990. Immunizations for diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, oral polio, measles, mumps, rubella, and meningitis are given. Adults may also receive routine tetanus diphtheria boosters which are recommended every ten years. Immunizations are available to anyone who has received their first 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. is a great place to live! Meet Susan Lanners Here's what she has to say; "1 like it here because the people are so nice & friendly. There is no snow to shovel or law to mow & there's always something going on." Grove Apartments: We're Where You Belong! One unit now open! 61 8th St. #106 Italnut Grove 859-2489 Thursday evening bingo helpers were Betty Knudson, Marilyn Carey, Mae Kleven, and Grace Jensen. Hannah Mischke and Augusta Rausenberger won blackout bingo. Beauty shop volunteers Friday morning were Betty Schoborg, Vernette Oison and Elf fie Kopperud. We welcome Clara Edwards back to the center from the Westbrook Hospital. Bernice Christians Activity Director 7:00 p.m November 12th; the bloodmobile which we will again serve the lunch on October 29th, from 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. and the Pagaent Supper which will be the second Sunday. Rennae Krentz gave an interesting talk on Crippled Childrens Open House on October 6 at Worthington. Rhae Baker closed the meeting. Respectfully submitted, Joyce Alcom, Dr. J. R. Family 831-1020 1450 N. Hwy. 60 & 71, Windom, IVIN. EMERGENCIES HANDLED IMMEDIATELY II Ill Secretary Ill I lllll I l m vegetables, fruit. Wednesday, October 24--Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, creamed corn, orange fruit whip. Thursday, October 25 Party- Balaton and Milroy invited. Glazed ham, dairy potato bake, green beans, peach crunch coffee cake. Friday, October 26----Fish, sweet potatoes, coleslaw, sherbet. Meals include bread, butter, milk and coffee. Cards are played every morning at 10:00. Anyone 60 or older may participate in the meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi (home 859-2469) at the Community Center, 859-2135 at least one day prior to attending. Center, on "Valuing Differences: Building Community." Training is co-sponsored by Peacepipe Girl Scout Council and SouthweStern Technical College. Towns in Area 4 include: Adrain, Brewster, Ellsworth, Heron Lake, Jackson, Lakefield, Lismore, Okabena, Round Lake, Sibley, Walnut Grove, Westbrook, Windom, and Worthington. 2 Bedroom Apartment Cost of the meal is $2.I3 or by contribution. mmnmmnmm ~.],1,':~I ] NOW OPEN AT NEW LOCATION! 550 First Street, Walnut Grove. Complete Floral Service. Every funeral tribute ($25 and above) will be FREE dellvery. Watch for our : Grand Re-opening soon: Phone 859-2199 Walnut Grove, MN. It's time to deliver. tt H "e 're known for a long thne that Minnesota's small businesses hare labored hard under bad workers" compensation laws. Unemployment compensation costs are too high. Commercial property taxes are unfairly high. Alimtesota income taxes are infamous. For years, all we hare heard are lots of excuses Is'he the political system fails. Too many rural legislators surrender their rote to other interests. I won't make excuses. ! W work hard to make District 28 a prosperous area for all citizens to enjoy. ~ EleCt a fighter for rural Minnesota. PAID ADVERTIsEME,VT. Prepared and paid for by Friends for Ron Harder, Joan Staten, Treas 819 Brown St Jackson, M.'~" 36143. ii i iii i i