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Lucan SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 7 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 31, 1990 ewwG Chargers ended their Dlstrmt Volleyball Tournament wi ht with a conference win over " Mrs. Dennis Guetter and in Marshall, last Saturday. Terry Trcmbley of Minneapolis were last children, Wabasso, and Mr. and and Wanda Grams, Trent, Heather, Saturday dinner guests at the Mel ;P irU/L Thursday night at and Nathan of Chisago City, were l:l rornan humP. ThP v nl l f!eld to make them the Red -,- 4 Mrs. Mike Greenlee were Sunday last Saturday supper guests at the suPl er"gue s'at tl e-[)aie Knott Conference Champions withTuesday, Thursoay, aturQay, /uu uay, supper guests of Marjorie Hansen. In - home m Slayton. Abby Ear .2S:.O - o conference record Both 30 NOV. 1 Nov. 3 Nov. 6 Mrs. Gwen Bruns and Mrs. Dunterman home. " " heart of e were undefeated" in UCI." " Viola Keith visited Mrs. Mary Pars. A ma Lawrenz wa ut T ,-V nn and Lorraine IL en play going into the last Jones in the nursing home in Tracy Grove and Mr and Mrs Thomas "' w r Manderscheidt of Slayton joined mem mr supper. Mrs. Jell the season. The Chargers w,noom Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Bruns waymna o[ lnneapoiis e e nda. and L e Scarlet Knights on game I and family had a birthday supper rriOaYPetersendinnerhome.gUestsllaeat tne etersensWarren a.g v IBIIl of16-14,15 - 5,15 -11 8. Butterfield-Odln j o 63opml forGwen Bruns when Merle and visited at the Dennis Petersen 2neaaygU tr;ttanestergmhan Jtephanie Kjorness was iop I Bud Bruns were the guests o o,73o = a [ ] Wednesday. Supper guests home in Sioux Falls Sunday - --" rrlt! er for the ni,ht go,n, 18 for " ' tack to her home, Monoay. i ' J, ,o . . Saturday at the Bud Bruns homeRev. and Mrs. Don Commck a . th 4 aces and scoring 13 [ ] -,u were Mr. and Mrs. Le .Hansenattenoea me rrmrm omerence Die Held, Steen was 17 for 17 9. Mr. LakeI j,o, ezo m I -astors and s ouses meetin at me rienancKs Meatsite ant sang aces and scored 11 points . *', - p,from Morgan, Allyn Friedley,p ;.P . .- g. there and they also sang at the mmmOlP adding to the soorine column 4. SVRt.B [ I Merle Bruns and Viola Keith.birst Eng,sn Lumeran t nurcn m NI,r ino l-lnm I1 Carla Kjorness points, [ [ [ Recent visitors at the Joe Brey TylEe ,iTueo lauYky and Dorothy "''i h'e" ' u s i3 l'ans"spent the home were Pavia Louwagie, Mrs. n" weekend at the Kenny Zwach melle Lindaman 6 points, Gina I I [ tattetman attenaea a o yo ,de 2 points. . ] l-- back 4 points and Bridget s Jackson Russell,LyleMr. andWilliamSMrs.MrS'FrankElm'erand Plaetz.Children'Nestebyfr mand participatedFestival at thein theseniorCOrn CitizensHUSking hw e?e omMin:e Tak nneO ruPtzUeSt DallaS, 1 joe ant Lynne womn - . [epl anie Kjorness also had a October 22nd night of spiking as she was . 2. wwo Mrs. Kelly Mulligan and t.enter at arsnaH, onaay, n ;H niH a, a T,n,= 'or 27 at the net with 11 act . Miranda of Eagan were weekend "' "d Robert Zwach Sr Dolan of Edina and Alice Dolan of t Bltes and 3 ace tips Bridg guests in the Dennis Fennern'*"."' r:, ,mPrairie vv" de got 7 ace spikes and 1 ace p.m. L ~ home. attended the 30th wedding .- " annivers of Mr and Mrs Pete verna mse, rern t nnstensen, Ulna Kronback 6 ace spikes 7 Comfy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Subbert my . " . Doris Krooo, Bertha Leach and .ace tips, and Held, Steen 5 " 1 / were at the Maynard Martinson CounBaumgartnerclub Sundaat trig l eowooa and' r Don omnickC " spt es and 321acesettipS.assistsMichelleand .m I home at Wabasso with other guests try .Y', . . attended the Meals,re in Walnut man had / to help Tiffany celebrate her 13th Mr. and Mrs. Kicnara, mrs I birthday Sunday. Myrtle Trembler, and Mrs. Mabel Jrove, lnursoay. 1 L] laHeidiKjornesSsteen hadg t 7a. 3. HLOL Mrs. Marlys Schrantz and Katie receive gettingg d9 bumpsnightout n 'l of Lint Lakes were weekend Walnut Grove Community Ed. news guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I u to me setter. ju.he Chargers ended their Stord.n-J ff =] Wurscher. All attended the 40th A couple of things have been )ve Far season 14 - 0 and their wedding anniversary open house at ne c.ommumty t aucauon ann the Community Center in Wabasso .- - A'visor Council met added to the survey. Christmas Sunday for Donald and Eleanor erwce,' y,nnn wi'h center piece by Victor,as Floral. 9"21 rall season with tournament . . State you gr iuesoay, uctuoc ~:,:,u,if want a yen one or IB1 22 2 Daub. " the following members being : n Orl n ~.~. ~.~s wl, oe nelo in Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schueller oresent, uriah jonnso,y L Robert t)ecemoer. AlSO suggesteo was an WWG athletic events attended the open house for Mr. wmmers, r, erry -el interior wreath and a Christmas Thursday, November 1--8:00, and Mrs. Donald Daub. Alcorn, Dick Bruns ann Mat men Volleyball Districts at Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Mischke. Absent members werecar : anDeWiele will soon Honetschlager, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Kathleen Maguire, Shelly Nelson WWG vs Comfrey start a aerooic cross, watch the argers down B/D/R/SH Saturday, November 3---8:00, Honetschlager and Mrs. Irene sister Ann Mane, t.arne t)euates, ,ahoy fo, informati,m Wayne Giese, and Bob Axford Volleyball Districts at Jackson or Dallmann attended the Daub open " " he Rascel Romine would be In the absence ot t . . wisdom Chargers htk'iew/D downed At the net, Stephanie Kjorness Mr. and Mrs. Eldon chairperson, Mabel Miscnr, e ac[e class eWWG if WWG wins vs HLOL house. . . interested m teaching a German '.anube./Renville/Scared had 9 spike kills and 6 ace tips. Tilesda November 6---8"05. Hammerschmidt entertained at } it h'l(l t m n ay.mght at Westbrook Held, Steen 7 spike kills, Bridget at Jackson" dinner Saturday evening for their as the September 25th a swTl ieAmTV;%r L n .baPl ie n nome match of theHovde 5 spike kills. Gina : ' daughter, Tiffany, on her 16th meeungs were approved as reao birthday. Their guests were Mrs. lnuty e grit persons g sterea Hardees This will be after the first C l l l l l l l l l h gers won on game Kronback 3 spike kills and 2 ace Lnsmct, na,p ua mp. " Marshall, ollowed by a stop at ,- "O, 15 - 2, 15 - 5. tips, and Michelle Eichner 1 ace Agnes Zollner, Bob, Patti Zollner for the Blood Pressure t.untc on - " me year ,re is was top point getter tip. Held, Steen got 2 ace blocks and family and Beth Zollner, all of Tuesday, October 9th The blood - " " lne t.ouncil alsoapprovea ' .merit with 11 points, while Steohanie Kjorness and Wabasso, Sue Hammerschmidt, pressure cuff ktt was testeo oy vel ol name K'or - -' "'-ere mr a z year person toy an J hess scored 10 Budget Hovde each got one Virgil Hammerschmidt of Lucan, umer mscnens, anoreporteu m Elementary Arts Resident Magnet was nothing wrong wRn Ita & thel,tima Kronback 9, Carla apiece. Michelle Lindaman was II PLANNING AN II Janelle Hammerschmidt and hased " School. This could be in operation new one was not pure a h;lla ess 4, Michelle Eichner 4, credited with 20 set assists and,- --AITf'TlrF~T9 II Melanea Rupprecht, both students . "7 - - next year and $300 for artist in t,Lindaman 2, Nichole Carla Kjornessgot9. at Winona State University, Eleven ma es attenoeo me r . . .-. esment Ior (lance an(] music. Winona. inlormauon c ass on quilting on t'~ tutu uJ u~e PLlexan(ler Kamsey Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jensen Oc ifb terl2thstudents attended the House is scheduled for December visited Mrs. Edna Miller in Morton 15 More information will follow. the Nell Gums family at Brook,rigs house was held at SCHOOL here Tuesday. First Aia crass on nursaay, ' Mr. and Mrs. John OctoberMonda.18thi!)ctober 15th an o'm The Council was approached Honetschlager and Nicholas visited y, . . .up and approved a tour to the wasn't a vv', ,ood turn out. t nristmas t, oncert ann uress Sunday. Ever, i;ox holder received a Reheam sal at St C lege. Date : " r has not yet teen re c survey of the Adult Wrote Pro for 1991 The next meeung is November Milroy : - the 27th at 7"30 p m incase regtsterat Meeting a journed ,CLEMENTS, DELHI, WA Pick-up November 14 & 28. LUCAN, MILROY, SEAFORTH, VESTA Pick-up November 15 & 29. LAMBERTON . Pick-up November 16 & 30. MORGAN & NORTH REDWOOD Pick-up November 12 & 26. REDWOOD FALLS Pick-up November 6, 7, 8, 9, 20, 21, 23. REVERE & WALNUT GROVE Pick-up November 13 & 27. WABASSO Pick-up November 5 & 19. For pick-up information call Curry Sanitation at 644-2177, your city office or DAC Enterprises, Inc. The M and M's sang at the FOR RENT Wooddale Nursing Home in One bedroom apaaments. Redwood Falls, Thursday, Most utilities paid. Meals followed by a supper at the Lillian available daily. Senior Petersen home in Milroy. The citizens handicapped and Milroy M and M's entertained the Marshall M and M's. disabled eligible Harlan Solseth of Wadena was a Friday visitor at the Hans Tuness Valley View home. Mary Morken and Rachel of Apartments Alexandria spent from last Friday Lamberton, Sunday at the Rev. Don Nommo 5077527303 Comnick home. Mary and Rachel OPt OIIUNIll' 507-752-7470 accompanied the Comnicks to Grace Lutheran at Russell last Sunday, where Rev. Comnick conducted the worship service. Mary provided the special music at the service. Rachel attended ='" First Thursday at == ---== Monthly Meeting -= Westbrook Clinic at 7:30 p.m. .----I.~L N. Superintendent's office. If enough persons are interested, instructors can be contacted. Thanks. Mabel Mischke Coordinator for For State Representative 28A Bob Dieter TreaSurer. Brewstey. MN 56119 - Paid Advemsement Public Cooperation Needed Residents with mall boxes are asked to consider rebuilding with swing-away supports to resist snow plowing. Suggestions are available from the County Engineer. Complete mowing of road ditches by local residents would be helpful where practical. Also removal of all large obs~uctions such as machinery or hay bales. Such obslructions ar~ ,Ileal. Plowing, pushing or shoveling of snow onto public roads is illegal as well as unsafe. This causes additional snow buildu due to drifting and is a traffic hazard. During time of severe snowstorms, all calls requesting emergency assistance should be directed to the "911" emergency number. Your understanding of and cooperation with the County Highway Workers in their thankless work under the most miserable of conditions would be appreciated. By order of the Redwood County Board of Commissioners P. E. Boomgarden, County Engineer