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. Senior Dining week to be observed The Senior Dining Program, which has been providing nutritious noon meals to A wedding ceremony uniting Minnesotas older citizens [or Library Walnut Grove TOPS Shelly Denise Byers and Dennis eighteen years, will observe Senior '] 'l]Ullay. 3:00 p.m. - 6.'00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. Anthony Gieselman was held at the Dining Week October 28 through risen 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1169 will meet each Monday at the Iona Presbyterian Church, Iona, November 3, 1990 throughout the ,JY 9:00 am.- 12 noonCommunity Building at 6:30- 6:45 MN, on August 25, 1990 with the state with special activitic'.; and t recl y 9:00 am. - 12 noon p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from Pastor Rallin Haynes officiating, events planned for many of the r and 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. Parents of the couple are Doug mealsites. ;sent a~rnok AA and Sylvia Byers, Westbrook and This program, formerly known Marsh /estbrook AA meetings are Springdale Friendly Hour Cyril and Leona Gieselman, Fulda. as Congregate Dining, currently Lect very Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. WALNUT GROVE Grandmothers of the bride are Min serves nearly 15,000 noon meals play:WestbrookAmericanLegi n Springdale Friendly Hour Club Bartholomaus and Florence each weekday from 440 nutrition )in, will meet at Elaine Erickson's on EisefeldofSlayton. sites located throughout the state. Serving as Maid of Honor was +,Besides providing well-balanced will TOPS Tuesday, November 6, at 2:00 p.m. the bride's friend, Lynn Dibble of i meals, socializing and access to zza, vray TOPS Club No. 1336 Altamonte Springs, FL. other services, promoting good Arecq s every Wednesday in the Wilder Pageant Committee Bridesmaids were Amy Byers, i;" " ( nutrition and health, these i This ent of Our Savior's Lutheran WALNUT GROVE -- The Willmar, niece of the bride, Nancy " programs reduce social isolation i'one is jeh. Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 Wilder Pageant Committee will Olson, Mankato, and Melissa and enable older adults to maintain and meeting from-5:30 - 6:00 meet Monday, October 29, at 8 Kraft, friends of the bride. Tera an independent lifestyle, allowing p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church. Myers, niece of the bride of iIi them to live in their own homes or Basic Education Election of officers. Newton, KS, was flower girl. place of residence for as long as AI Gieselman served as his ! t iii possible. TBROOK- Basic English, V.F.W. Auxiliary Luncheon brother s bestman. Groomsmen A new logo will be introduced .ollac living skills, inelmxauon-- " mr" WESTBROOK --- The were Dennis Miller, Phil Barrie later this year to go with the new test, etc. taught with Westbrook V.F.W. Auxiliary and David Miller. Ryan Harder, name. The new logo will consist of ual learning plans. Classes Salad Luncheon for nurses who nephew of the groom, was ring an apple with a heart inside. The i! .each Tuesday and Thursday helped take blood pressure, bearer. "' I apple symbolizes wholesome, !rag 1:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the October 31st, 11 a.m. at club Ushers were Steve Byers, nutritious meals while the heart rook Elementary Computer rooms. All Auxiliary members Willmar, brother of the bride and represents caring and friendship. No fee for classes or please bring a salad. Frank Serrao. ll'" " 'llll The meals are financed largely For more information Music was provided by organist, by participant contributions. eslbrook High School Office Free Blood Pressure Clinic Cathy Magnus, Slayton, trumpet Federal Title IIIC and state were [prl 11) or Eunic Christensen, WESTBROOK---Free Blood player was Roger Koopman, Fuida. appropriations are also provided by 23],a.tnlpctor (274-6491). Pressure Clinic, October 31, 2 - 4 Soloist was Nikki Hoffman, the Minnesota Board on Aging [ome in! p.m. at SeniorCenter. Slayton through its Area Agencies on O'J .a ck Supper The brides personal attendants Aging. Many thousands of were Jan Bosler, Sioux Falls, Joni volunteer hours also make these ! on c IrESTBROOK The Potluck Harms, Harris, IA, and Tammy meals possible. ^wer.e per will be held Monday, war, lv L :a.29, at6p.m, at the senior Standard First Aid course Funke, Worthington. Tammy The Redwood Falls Hospital in Lundergard and Chris Gakie were -- - ++ oop, a,ion m,ri a* r rs Car+ an, i!i First Aid course on October 29th Gift carriers, nieces of the bride i ,one ( and November 5th from 6:30 p.m. and groom, Stacy Byers, Somer hn T lSeeurity to 9:30 p.m. in the Education Myers, Alana Knudson, Carrie , was [Iresentative in Windom Room. This course will prepare Gieselman and Kelly Gieselman. I June2 Our Social Security repre- persons to handle choking, burns, The reception was held at Key " .wo dlative will be at the Hillside broken bones, lacerations, heart Largo Ballroom, Lake Shetek with led t -j[bor, 177 10th Street, Windom, attacks, and more. In case of an Sheila and Jon Knudson as host ? hip, .sectmd and fourth Friday emergency, being prepared can and hostess. Punch servers were I P II -, d seveal n month, save lives. Participants will receive Sheryl and Kevin Myers. Karen a Standard First Aid Manual.Byers and Carol Harder cut and arid - I' iRIital Amtii rv Unit #7 Educator for the course is Maydra served the cake. Coffee servers , nuMt ESTBROO - Hos ital A. Maas, RN/MPH, American Red were Sue Gieselman, Gall P Cross certified instructor. Cost of Gieselman and Loretta Yskey. ae Unit #7 will meet at the Betty Swan was reception co- SDSU to present receive more information or ordinator. Irene Kathman, Slayton, Fori Mi hke home on Thursday, the class in $25.00. Persons may made all the flowers, Mavis register by calling the Redwood ,e, for ut, er za, at 2:00 pan. fall choralconcert d Falls Hospital at 507-637-2907. decoratedAm und son,the cake.D vray' made and SouthTheDakotaDepartmentstate University f MuSiCwillat whete CPR Class The bride is employed with the be performing a fall choral concert Daily Globe, Worthington, the on Sunday, October 28, in Peterson the inslructional class in Child Senior Nutrition groom is employed with Recital Hall in the Lincoln Music at will be offered at Weiner :n s orial Medical Center at 7:00 Services Hedenquist Motors, Jackson. Building on the SDSU campus. Following a wedding trip to Performances will be held at 3 tter a Thursday, November 1. WALNUT GROVE -- Senior Kansas, the couple now reside in class is free and open to p.m. and 8 p.m. under the direction Nutrition Services serving at the Worthington. of Charles Canaan, director of y two,one who is interested in Community Center at 11:30 a.m. choral activitiesatSDSU. Ol n[Child ClaP This class will each operating day. The first portion of the concert tidal,CPR for children 1 - 8 and COME AND CELEBRATE features the Pasquettes, followed t) not involve infant CPR. No SENIOR DINING WEEK. my t l a'on is required. Day care DOOR PRIZES DRAWN by the Statesmen. The concert will r t ts can receive one first-aid DAILY. - North Hero All Stars close with a performance by the attending. . Concert Choir. for Monday. October 29---rPork 4 ']H ' ]lLib will trick or " Jean vosberg of Westbrook is a chops w/dressing, boiled potatoes, members of the Pasquettes. He .m-y green beans, buttered apples, treat for UNICEF Schnu. dt Tuesday, October 30--"LongWALNI.TI" GR()VE--This year emorlal Hospital Meatballs, harvest potatoes, all-American tradition and North ii brook, ce tt MinnesotaLl e Laughter," Sister Monique. marks the 40th anniversary of this SCSU students vie for 15- 21, 1990 marinated vegetable salad, peach Hero All Stars 4-H Club will be Homecoming 1990 whip. participating. On Tuesday, October Queen and King Wednesday, October 31 30, club members will be going W' md( n Halloween Party. Swisss teak, door-to-door after school with honors Oct. 25 "Clayton Westhtook baked potato, dilled carrots, orange boxes to collect change The queen and king for St. Otson dessert, which will be donated to UNICEF. Cloud State University (SCSU) DonPetetson Currie Thursday, November 1 -- UNICEF stands for the United Homecoming 1990 will be chosen Lamberton Nursing Home. Ritz Nations Children's Fund. It focuses GED: chicken, potatoes, peas, dessert, on the basic services needed to p.m.duringoctoberCOronation25 inCerem nieSstewart Hallat 8 yton Westbrook Friday, November 2--Tuna guarantee a child s survival - - Auditorium. A reception for the k t Misehke Westlxtmk noodle hotdish, salad, wacky wax adequate nutrition and health care, candidates and their families will Uon Peterson Currie beans, sunshine bars. clean water, sanitation and be held before coronation. Meals include bread, butter, education. Sally Nelson, senior, speech OSDitaia milk and coffee. Cards are played With UNICEF a little goes a communication (interde- " ddress every morning at 10:00. Anyone long way. $1 can provide enough partmental), daughter of Curt and 60 or older may participate in the high-dose Vitamin A capsules so Susie Nelson of Revere, is one of q+c o s (home 859-2469) at the against nutritionally - caused The coronation, sponsored by Community Center, 859-2135 at blindness for one year. $10 can the Greek Council. will feature least one day prior to attending, immunize one child against the six David, Seebach s Wonders of i Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by most dangerous childhood Magic' show. Admission is free. contribution, diseases: diphtheria, measles, e whooping cough, polio, tetanus W stbrook Clime tubercdosis. $36 can provide a 732 6th S re t Westbrook, MN 56183 i Clinic Hours: 9 a.m 5 p.m. Non. Fri. 9 a.m 12 Noon Saturday For appointments Call 274-6145 (alter hours 274-6121 ) C. Cassel M.D Keithahn M.D. WB Community Ed notes Thursday, October 25--7:00 - 9:00, Adult Basic Education, Computer Room, Elementary. 7:30, ECFE Advisory Council. Friday, October 26---7:00 - 9:30, String Mop Doll, Community Ed Room #2, Elementary. Saturday, October 27 --- Chanhassen Dinner ter Trip. Leave Westbrook Elementary at 7:20 am. Return 8:00 - 8:30 pan. Stop at Happy Chef, Mankato, for light lunch. Dinner/show at noon. On way back, stop at Happy Chef around 5:00 for supper. Monday, October 29---7:00 - 9:00, Beginning Oil Painting, Community Ed Room #2. Tuesday, October 30--7:00 - 9:00, Adult Basic Education, Computer Room, Elementary. 7:30 - 9:30, Adult Volleyball. small Elementary gym. Weight Management Private Program Presentation - NO CHARGE - CALL Ethel 274-6701 Alice 628-4232 Monthly Meeting First Thursday at WestbrookClinic at 7:30 p.m. baby scale for a mother - child health center so that mothers can learn to monitor their children's growth for early detection of malnutrition. $357 can buy a kit of equipment and medicines for a village dispensary. $400 can provide a hand pump, pipes and accessories for constructing a deep well. Have your change ready on October 30 for "Trick or Treat for UNICEF". Lipetzky, Travis Albertson, and Albertson. and Jessica, Joan Dan and Sheila SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wudnesday, October 24, 1990 I III II15 NOW OPEN Complete Vision Care - Eye Examination Designer Frames Complete Contact Lens Service - Repairs & Replacements Located in the Westbrook Clinic. Call for appointment 274-6145 Back to school timer! - Experienced- [candidate worki .rig in the cou .nty I Recor--~er-s Office on a oay to oay Dasis for 17+years. I ~I~'ONLY candidate trained in all areas of the office I and wi---Jl-not have to go through a training period. ~'~IL ~ candidate that wi!l be able to continue giving you the same p!ompt, .accurate ano professional service you nave rece=veo m me past ~'~'D. N~ candidate that is Deputy Redwood'County Recorder I[it/~ ca ndidat~hat is.bei.ngre~mmended by the present county Hecoroer, LeHoy Helgeson. Vote FOR REDWOOD COUNTY RECORDER Prepared and paid for by Shirley Redmann on her own behalf.