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Elementary Computer fee for classes or For more information )ffice Christensen, r (274-6491). 9 Deborah Monson and Timothy Library Walnut Grove TOPS Williams were united in marriage 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. on September 1, 1990 at 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1169 will meet each Monday at the at the Calvary Lutheran Church in 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 Green Bay, WI. Rev. Earl rgan 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from d AA 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. officiated.V rpagel III and Rev. Arv Arveson OV. Hrook AA meetings are Parents of the couple are ;on has Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Darlene Monson and the late Rev. :hurch torook American Legion Leif Monson and Frank Williams r for and the late Caryle Williams. York Maid of Honor was Barbara e has tl 0%ps CI American Legion Auxiliary Monson, Phoenix, AZ, sister of the s in E lffaY uo r o. lJ3o DOVRAY -- The Dovray bride. Wednesda in the American Legion will meet Bridesmaid was Kathy Rolling, do a t Our Savior's Lutheran Thursday, November 8th at 7:30 Antigo,WI, friend of the couple. ark in tl 'Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 Best Man was Steve Rolling, openh-al[meeting from 5:30- 6:00 p.m. at the Senior Center. v-acn member is to bring a $1 grab bag Antigo, WI, friend of the couple. Groomsman was Bill Williams, italsPs n He, Lhat . gift to the meeting. Each member Antigo, WI, brother of the groom. Intem ti ic Education is to buy 1 grab bag and the money Paul Monson, Duluth, MN, Soiss it ROOK Basic English' will go toward the Auxiliary Emergency Fund. Godfather of the bride, gave the organ ddlls, preparation for bride away. test, etc taught with David Williams, Antigo, WI, . n gt~g, i radua! plans. Classes son of the groom and Tory iservat uesday and Thursday Royal Neighbors Monson, Benson, MN, nephew of 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at theWALNUT GROVE --- Royal the bride were ushers. Dinner was served to the eighty- five guests following the ceremony. The bride is employed by Howard - Suamico School District Prcssure rAY --- Free Blood Clinic at the Senior on Wednesday, 2 to 4 p.m. ' Jans. Neighbor members, there will be an appreciation retirement party honoring Edna DeSmith for her 52 years of service as our recorder. Meet at Grace Apartments activity room, Friday, November 9 at 2:00 p.m. Community Club WALNUT GROVE--Walnut Grove Community Club will meet Monday, November 5, 1990 at 6:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Catholic Church Hall. 20th Century The Twentieth Century Club ~ Uidon "BROOK The Union meeting 13th at 8 p.m. at as a Speech/Language PathologisL The groom is employed by Shell Oil Company. The new couple are at home at 831 Redwood Drive, Green Bay, WI. Holly All Stars The Holly All Stars 4-H Club met at the townhall Monday night at 6:00 p.m October 8th. We started the night by playing a game were hostesses for Guest Night where the end result was a October 15 at the English Lutheran pumpkin for each child. We went Church Over 40 members and on a hayride and had a lunch of hot guests enjoyed a humorous dogs, apple cider, and caramel Brad Snyder and Kevin Snyder. FBROOK--The Sunset presentation by Beth Kleven on apples. The lunch was served by Kevin and Brian Johnson were the il meet on Wednesday, going shopping, the Doug Halstenson and Mike servers. 7, at 1:30 p.m. at theOur next meeting will be on Wahl families. Music was provided by Phyllis November 5 at the home of Carrie The meeting included the Vlaminck, organist and Shelley .enter Hosting will be DeBates. Jo Wilson will present installation of new officers. They Benson and Steve Meyer, soloists. er and Phoebe Flor. the program on Patchwork are: President, Paula Hamilton; Shelley also was pianist. Progress'. Vice President, Brandon Peterson; Alice Snyder and Bey Busswitz pinned flowers. Todd and Sharon Aun'iiar Secretary, Matt Wahl; Treasurer, "BROO The Jolene Halstenson; Reporter, "olympians" " Area 8 Krueger presided at the guest book. |k Hospital Auxiliary will Megan Kassel and Program Specml in A reception, catered by Jim s aday, November 5 at 7"30 Silk flower arranging Committee, Layne Arnold, Jacob -- Super Valu, was held in the church dllbcservin'g. --"-'"" Lcarn the basics of floral design, Halstenson, and Andy Wahl. The Bowling Tourney at Marshall reception hall following the plus hands-on experience making a new Organizational Leaders are ceremony. Roger and Sharon Chrisanas centerpiece. Run and Betty Kassel. Johnson and Marvin and LaDonna BRING YOUR OWN A project talk was given by Busswitz served as hosts and Bows for a Christmas Jacob I-Ialstenson on his wildlife ------o~har~ers Sne .ial Oivmnic, ,-wnich were provided by then hostesses. Lori Johnson and Lisa 3outs 'N Bows Square arrangement, project. Paula Hamilton talked learn entereu o ':-- Westbrook FFA and the Stordei l Johnson poured punch. Ruth Ann .lub will dance Friday, Materials will be provided that about her State Fair trip in clothing Tournament in Marshall Lanes, JeHers cnoo!; spec a Bradley and Judy Busswitz served 2, 1990 at g p.m. at the evening. You pay for what you project and the regional Dog Show. October 25th The team nlaced 2nd olympmns nave me Lmns Lmn tothe wedding cake. UOmmunity Hall. Pie and use. Brandon Peterson also talked about ;, ,i,clivision bowler thank also, they contributed to the After a trip to the Bahamas and ;" "' : ' -ft.^ bowling practice The "Double D" Orlando, FL, the couple resides on a will be served. Connie The class will be held in the his State Fair trip in the wildlife oowJeo aoove a c dg . 7-: " m nn I will be the caller. All Community Education Room #2 at project, bowlers also entered the individual anu especmuy uonna trese. atheir farm west of Westbrook. lace welcome, the Westbrook Elementary School The next meeting is Nov. 5 at competition for their ages. Kent were helpful m provtdmg on December4th from 7 - 9 p.m. 6:00 p.m. at the townhall. Villa placed 3rd; Carl Stoltenburg equ!pment for the toum'.a[nent and Pleasepre-registerbyNovemlx=, Detr nstrations to be $iven by lst; Danielle Vind 4th andBrady asststlng dur!ng p.racpc i Thhoe MSU to host For 28, 1990 by calling 274-5450. Paula Hamilton and project talks Berg 2nd. olympians WaSh to manz a 1800WS Historic Festival . Jrood County Any questions concerning thegiven by Elisha Hay, Layne,T--=he--b-owlers wore their new made the bowling tournament a fun Mankato State University will "Special Olympic Charger" shirts aria successtm gay. phone ta,/ml Societ class may be answered by calling Natalie, and Casfidy Arnold. Hosts be hosting an 1800's Historic for November are the Howard Festival on November 10th and -3302. i .Cotto. 'wood County 445-3295 and asking for Clarene Hamilton family. The speaker is Patricia Hay awarded three scholarships aoetety will hold its Schmalz. 1 lth. This festival will include fur eeting at the Society'sNOTE: Cookie Bake and Take Bill Baxter of Walnut Grove. traders, crafts people, Indian It class is filled. There will NOT be Reporter, Megan Kassel ?l 4th Ave. in Wil lom, artifacts, storytelling, beadwork, a second class offered. ItY ovemlmr 11, from 2- weaving, demonstratio as, and Hospital address Southwest State University performances. Exhibitors will be dressed in the attire of the 1800 Brett Anderson Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children 2025 East River Road Minneapolis, MN 55414 Picnic at Byers L Francis Byers deFriess and wife, inda, from Hillsborough, NC, came to Minnesota for his 40th class reunion at Hamline University. Francis was in the Navy, then went on to graduate school in New York, then on to North Carolina where he got his degree. In 1952, he met and married Linda Smith. They are the parents of six children. Francis grew up in Minnesota and made his home with Hilda and Harvey Byers. He graduated from Storden High School. Francis received a letter from them stating that he would like to meet some of his cousins, so plans were made to meet on Sunday the 21st at their only living Aunt Hilda Byers' home. They came from Willmar, Revere, lsinta, Onalaska, WI, Avoca, Montevido, Windom and Minneota. A good time was had by all. Senior Nutrition Services WALNUT GROVE -- Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Community Center at 11:30 a.m. (Marshall) senior Patricia Hay of Walnut Grove has been awarded three scholarships for the 1990-91. She has received a $500 Club Managers Association Scholarship, a $500 International Geneva Association Scholarship, and a $1,000 scholarship from the American Hotel Foundation. Hay is one of two SSU students to receive -the American Hotel Foundation Award. Mary Ann Meyne of Marshall is the other. Hay is a hotel and restaurant administration major. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 31, 1990 Johnson, Benson wedding Angela Marie Johnson and Erik Roger Benson were married August 18, 1990 at the Church of St. Peter, Canby. Father Bill Sprigler and Pastor John Hopper officiated. Parents of the couple are Pat and Judy Johnson, Canby, and Roger and Carolyn Benson, Westbrook. Matron of honor was Kati Johnson, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Shelley Benson, sister of the groom, and Lynn Dibble. Flower girl was Lynn Wollum, cousin of the bride Personal attendant was Barb Johnson, aunt of the bride. Bestman was Alex Johnson, brother of the bride. Groomsmen were Brian Busswitz, cousin of the groom, and Rick Elzenga. Brandon Benson, nephew of the groom, was ring bearer. Ushers were LeRoy Johnson, Coudi mee edwood ].~on, .on November a Joint meeting. Minnesota fur trade era. Public admission is free and visitors are encouraged to dress in 1800's fashion. This is the third annual festival 3f it's kind in Mankato, and will take place in the Madison East Mall on Satttrday, November 10th from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 1 lth from noon until 5:00 p.m. There will also be free parking and refreshments will be available. The Fundraising and Volunteerism class of MSU s Department of Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services is sponsoring the Historic Festival and the proceeds for the event will be used to provide programs for Lake Washington County Park. For more information contact the Department of Recreation, Parks andLeisure Service of Mankato State University at 507-389-2127. Dr. Henry Schmidt Memorial Hospital Westbrook, Minnesota October 22 - 28, 1990 ADMITIT, D: Mrs. Tom Tighe Westlgook Lee Carlson andDISCHARGED: and Mrs. CaesarAlford HalstenrudWindom Monday night Mrs. Tom Tigbe Westtmx the wedding of Bill on Oh Lot i t O 0) I[11 ~-~~lon.cutting, pastil, circle and story tlmo. i G g'e eflng Klndergarlen. ey -, ,=.-- .--- begins Thursday, November 1 L: and meets for 6 weeks from 30 P.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Westbrook. t. it$.t ~ of the class: $6.00 for the 6 weeks. i Sibling care provided: $1.00 per visit, per child. each day. Monday, November 5 -- Afternoon cards and coffee. Pork chops, mashed potatoes, carrots, baked apple. Tuesday, November 6---$:30. CIgli" " supper, salad, carrot and celery sticks, ice cream cones. Wednesday, November 7 -- Chicken, parsley potatoes, beets, I)ear ~ulce. Thursday, November 8---Quilt Show. Meatloaf, baked potato, mixed vegetables, ice milk. Friday, November 9--Tuna casserole, broccoli/cauliflower, peach crisp. Meals include bread, butter, milk and coffee. Cards are played every morning at lO:O0. 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. Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by contribution. - Experienced - Dependable I ~~V~a,~ ~0~,~,e ~0~ I I Hecoraers unice on a oay to aay oasis for 17+years. / ~i~'ONLY candidate trained in all areas of the office / and~ot have to go through a training period. / ~'ONLY candidate that wi!l be able to continue / , giving you the same prom,qt, accurate and professional / service you have received in the past / [~ candidate that is Deputy RedwoodCounty / II ~ = i, I-recorder / candidatethat is.being.recommended by / III the pres ten County Recoroer, LeHoy Helgeson. J t,iii ~ ~ I~ voteSHIRLE'! [I~ 4 I FOR REDWOOD COUNTY RECORDER Prepared and paid for by Sh rley Redmann on her own behalf;