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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Communl Wednesday, November 5, 2003I From MINNEAPOLIS, MN To LAUGHLIN, NEVAD# MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS i TEN YEARS AGO November 3, 1993 Crews were busy last week in the City Park in Walnut Grove repairing the surface on the basketball court. The Charles and Mathilda Stenberg farm, rural Walnut Grove has been awarded Century Farm recognition. Descendants of Charles Stenberg have occupied the farm since 1891. It is now occupied by Jay and Pam Swanson and family. In the first round of Sectional Football playoffs, WWG have advanced to the next round, after defeating Dawson-Boyd, 41-12. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 3, 1983 Ardis Highby, Lamberton, was one of eight winners in the SW MN Arts and Humanities Council Postcard Art '84 Competition. Her winning selection, "Happy Fat", is an oil painting inspired by some antique dolls, "Happy Fat", given to her by her aunt. Daisy Johnson was hon- ored on Sunday when fami- ly and friends gathered to celebrate her 95th birthday at the Valley View Manor in Lamberton. The Walnut Grove Loggerettes became the Red Rock Conference champs when they defeated Butterfield-Odin in a clean sweep, 9-0. THIRTY YEARS AGO November 1, 1973 Cindy Alcorn was elected president of District 9 FHA Chapters at their conven- tion in Tracy Saturday night. With Miss Alcorn as president, the local school will host the fall convention. Miss Alcorn will also attend the national convention in Chicago next summer. Four members of the Walnut Grove football team have been named to the Red Rock All Conference Team. Those named are: Mark Frank, Paul Die, Jeff Farber and Tim Bertschi. Honorable mention are Tim Wester, Mark Warner, Jon Maker and Jim Morris. Village elections will be held on Tuesday. There axe three positions to be filled and no one has filed to fill the positions. WALNUT GROVE I00EWS Teri Herder 859-5402 Shirley Lorenz hosted the Holly Dollies Extension on Monday. Shirley and Dick Knakmuhs were in Rochester last Sunday through Wednesday and then spent Wednesday evening with their grand- daughter, Jill, in Mankato.  .Mike Bisbee and Sue Carter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Dick and Shirley Knakmuhs. Margie Bakken was amongst family and friends Sunday afternoon at a housewarming gathering at the new home of Angi and Dale Taylor. Also attending the gathering were Kay and Mark Koblegard, Rodney and Ann Nackerud, Jim and Teri Herder-Blahnik and Matthew, Marshall and Mason, and several of Dales relatives. Eunice Kassers daugh- ter, Julie Nelson of Ivanhoe, was a weekend guest at her home. Boyd Pack, Farmington, was a weekend guest at the Gloria Pack home. Allan and Helen went to June and Scott Hoffman's to celebrate Jenny's birth- day. Also attending the party were Ron and Colleen Hoffman, David, Lisa, Josh and Abby Hoffman and Jeff, Kelly, Ryan and Lacy Hoffman. Marjorie Bakken was guest of honor Thursday evening at the home of Judeen and Frank Erickson where they celebrated her birthday. Also attending the birthday celebration were Ron and Roberta Bakken, John and Sharon Bakken, Marlene and Jim Johnson of Northfield and Dennis and Evy Bakken of Madison Lake. Dick and Lucflle Bruns attended Grandparents' Day for their grandson Alex Haug, on Monday, October 27, at the Busy Bee Preschool in the Methodist church in Windom. Lucille and Dick Bruns visited Gertie Bruns Sunday afternoon in Slayton. Duane and Elaine Knott attended the Class of 1948 55th class reunion Saturday evening. The Walnut Grove alumni met at the Walnut Grove school museum for coffee and visit- ing and then went to the Mediterranean Club for din- IIIII 5TH ANNUAL CARING ROSE WEEK NOV. 10-15 Oleson's Mercantile Main St., Walnut Grove, MN. 859-2600 Need l00elp Deceratlno00 "It's always a collaboration with the customer." JL Inteder$ Personal In Home Consultation * Touring space to be decorated * Look at decor in rest of house * Work within your budget * Develop a portfolio of options * Provide'color chips, wallpaper & fab- ric samples * Rearrange furnishings & small accessories if desired. NOW CARRYING WALLPAPER BOOKS. I will be happy to help with your holiday decorating. Call 507-859-2728 Jody Lehnhoff Halloween WALNUT GROVE -- Students and staff got into the Halloween Spirit with a costume parade at 12 noon Friday. Submitted photos Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 ner. Those attending from out of town included Wendell and Lois Elders, Lake Park; Henry and Delores (Fujan) Dieke, Willmar; Jim and Julie (VanDeWiele) Claeys, Minneota; Shirley (Hartung) Sawyer, Mankato; LaVonne Behrens, Jackson and Curtis and Shirley (Nelson) Schafer, Sioux Falls. Large selection of fat,ric. I&M Upholstery Phone 859-2634 4 miles E. - 1 1/2 miles N. from Walnut Grove, MN. Rt. 1 Box 18 Revere, MN 56166 Workshop training session Redwood County Public Health Services and the Redwood Area Hospital are presenting a workshop training session on "Detecting and Responding to a Biological, Chemical, or Radiological Agent." The workshop will be held on Friday, November 14 and will begin at 10:30 that morning and conclude at 3:00 in the afternoon and will take place in the hospi- tal education room. As a part of the training session, information on SARS, influenza and West Nile will also be covered. Facilitators will be from the MN Dept. of Health. This training is especially presented for medical personnel, first responders, ambulance personnel, law enforcement personnel, emergency man- agers and elected officials. For more information and to register call Redwood County Public Health Services at 507-637-4041. Registration must be com- pleted by November 12. Holiday Craft Fair SAT., NOV 8 - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center, Walnut Grove, MN. Crafts Raffles ..... Lunch Come for the Crafts ... stay for the Great Food! Stop by and shop the Walnut Grove area stores! Sponsored by GFWC Micawber Club ROOM & AIR PACKAGES 0000$259" (Prke Indud All Tues & Fees) SUNDM - THURSDAY $259 MONDAY - FRIDM $259 THURSDAY - SUNDAY $279 FRIDAY - MONDAY $27{I 2004 area Beef Queen pants The Producers looking for run for 2004 Cattle Association Bed The judging and will take Saturday November 15 Windoz Girls who must be between of 16 and 19 years January 1, Participants or ly must have interest in the try. They do not members Cottonwood Participan required to minute speech industry and tions from the The as the 2004 will receive a ship from the Cattle Association sent the the beef events year. The 2004 also vie for the Queen title in 2004. For more contact Teresa 507-648-3445; sanborn.net Dunk, 4920. Monday, 2003. WasRmm Maytag PAV2300 $ 499 Maylag PAV3240 $ 539 Maytag LAT2500 $ 569 Maytag LAT3500 $599 Maytag MAV6451 $ 569 Maytag MAV7551 $ 619 Dryem Maytag PYE2300 $ 459 Maytag PYE4500 $ 475 Maytag MDE2500 $ 499 Maytag MDE3500 $ 559 Maytag MDE7400 $ 599 MAY]FAG GE GFR12 $ Hotpo HTm5 Hotnt HTS16 Hotpoint HTS18 Hotpoint HTS20 GE TFX20 Freezer= GE FCM5 $ GE FCM9 $ GE FCM15 GE FUM14 GE FUM17 $' 770 Main Street Walnut Grove The WWG Middle School PRESENTS The Coconut Palms Thursday, November 6 at 1:30 & Friday, November 7 at 7:30 p." Admission $1.00 (5 and under - 50 cents for students A come@ written by Deb Kuehl wacky motel and strange Fresh Krispy Kreme Dou Coming to Westbrook SATURDAY, 8 a.m. to 11 Westbrook $6.00 Dozes" (coffee RESERVE DOZEN Call Joyce Sponsored by the Youth of St. AnthOPY (Attending National Conference in