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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Page 7 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES November 11-15, 2013 Thursday: Tilapia, Senior Dining serving at squash, scalloped potatoes, Country View Senior lemon bars Living Community at 11:30 Friday: Goulash, cot- a.m., Monday thru Friday. tape cheese salad, Oreo des- Monday: Boneless BBQ sert ribs, baked potato, green For reservations call beans, fruit cocktail 859-2133 one day in Tuesday: Chili, grilled advance. cheese sandwich, peach Senior Dining is a joint crisp partnership of your corn- Wednesday: Country munity and Lutheran Social fried steak, cheesy mashed Services, funded, in part, potatoes, vegetable salad, under the Older Americans pudding Act. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO November 4, 1998 The first and second grade multi-age students at Walnut Grove elementary school cel- ebrated Autumn Harvest with a wonderful program at the small gymnasium on Thursday, October 29. The students were dressed in cos- tumes. Each group gave a skit and song during the pro- gram. On Wednesday, October 25, the construction crew was installing the roof over the gas pumps at the new Meadowland Farmers Coop gas location on Sixth St. and Hwy. 14. Construction has been in progress for several weeks, and the location appears to be ready for use now. THIRTY YEARS AGO November 3, 1983 Ardis Highby, (Mrs. Norris) Lamberton, formerly of Revere, was one of the eight winners in the Southwest MN Arts and Humanities Council (SMAHC) Postcard Art '84 competition. Mrs. Highby's winning selection was an oil painting titled "Happy Fats". The subject of the oil is a pair of antique dolls given to her by an aunt. Thirteen elementary stu- dents from the Walnut Grove School volunteered to trick or treat for UNICEF Monday night after school, and col- lected over $123.00 for the organization. The Twentieth Century club sponsored the drive. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Buterbaugth were honored on their 50th anniversary at a dinner in the Mediterranean last Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Sco Keller, Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Errol Buterbaugh and sons of Aurora, SD. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO November 7, 1968 Annette Hoyt, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoyt, was named as 3rd runner-up in the "Miss Granite Falls' contest Saturday evening. Miss Hoyt is a 1968 graduate of Walnut Grove High School. In the Village election, LeRoy Olson and Roll Nackerud were named to the council. Walter Nelson was re-elected constable and Lad Ourada, Justice. Halloween parties were held last Thursdy eve- ning. Costumes were worn by elementary stu- dents. After a parade through town, the young- sters returned to the school for movies and treats. Meanwhile, the high school students held a party in another part of the building. • Walnut Grove outreach -- From pagel illUiHill i i i i , , Stephanie Burnham of the Walnut Grove EDA also talk- ed about what the Walnut Grove EDA does in the com- munity, and the structure of it. Kim Rolling Country View executive director, talk- ed about the type of care lev- els available for people need- ing no care, to assisted living. Following the program attendees were invited to visit with the various representa- tives prior to having lunch. A soup and sandwich lunch was served by the Walnut Grove American Legion Post #267Auxiliary. Attendees looked over the displays from the visiting agencies at the Walnut Grove Outreach Day Monday morning in the community center. Parent teacher carnival... The prize table was busy most of the evening at the Parent Teacher Carnival last Monday eve- ning. Parents were able to have their children finger printed and informa- tion recorded in case of emer- gency involv- ing children. Parents were able to take the information home. Carol Lang, DO Family Medicine WELCOME, DR. CAROL LANG Dr. Carol Lang has joined the Avera Medical Group and is now providing family medical care at Avera Marshall. With experience in clinics, hospitals and nursing homes, she provides comprehensive care for individuals of all ages, genders, disease types and parts of the body. Dr. Lang is a Michigan native who received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Des Moines University. Before joining the Avera Medical Group, she practiced family medicine in Colorado for 16 years and in Slayton for the past 15 years. Avera Medical Group Marshall Dr. Lang's specialties include: • General family care • Care for acute illnesses • Injury assessment and treatment • Chronic health condition diagnosis and follow-up Appointments now available! • Women's wellness • Manipulations • School and job physicals Avera Medical Group Marshall Call (507) 537-9007 or toll free (877) 337-9007. NATALIE LYNN BOCK Arrived on August 28, 2013. She weighed 6 pounds 7.6 ounces and was 191/2 inches long. ! Brooke and Darin Bock of Mankato are her parents. Sisters Mckenzie and Gabriella welcomed her home. Grandparents are Lori Johnson of Walnut Grove and Dewey and Mary B0ck of Willmar. Great-Grandfather is Donald Johnson of Walnut Grove. l to Edna Lessman on Nov. 10th! 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