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O So, finally the election is over and we can get on with all the other things that need to be done. I don't know about you, but in spite of not throwing all of the rascals out, I think we, the voters, put a scare in them, and maybe those who are in Washington will keep in mind for the next two years that they are in Washington to represent US, you and I, and not their own self Interest. I was particularly happy with the outcome of the Senatorial contest. I really didn't have much hope of beating Boschwitz and his well-heeled machine, but Wellstone did a great job and in spite of his Inexperience (or maybe because of it) I think he will do a heck of a job in Washington. It's just too bad we couldn't have replaced the other half of our senatorial representation. If Durenburger had any decency or shame, he should have resigned when he was castigated by his fellow senators. I did vote for Perpich, but I was not too concerned when he lost. Rudy has done an excellent job for the state of Minnesota. Under his guiding hand, Minnesota has become a by word in the field of education for the entire country. In Arizona last winter Minnesota was singled out as a model of what they hoped to accomplish In that state. He has worked long and hard to stop the flow of businesses to other states. The quality of life in Minnesota continues to rate high among the states. I don't know who coined the phrase "Governor Goofy" in referring to Perpich, but whoever he was, he couldn't have been more wrong, or "Goofier". One reason I don't feel so bad about Rudy losing is because I think he lost to a great guy, Arne Carlson. If it had been Grunseth, I would have been worried, but everything that I have ever heard about Carlson since he has been active in state politics has been on the plus side and I think he Is going to do a good job as governor. One thing I am really proud of is the fact that Minnesota was fourth, behind Maine, Montana and North Dakota in the percentage of eligible voters who went to the polls last Tuesday, I believe it was 54%. How would you like tO live in Louisiana where only 14% of the eligible voters took the time to vote. Whatever those people get from their government, they deserve. I think I can stop there on politics, I got it all off my chest, so to speak. --film-- A reminder to Westbrook theatre buffs, The Charger Theatre of Westbrook Walnut Grove will present "You're A Good Man Charlle Brown" at the High School Auditorium in Westbrook at 1:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. this Thursday, Nov. 15. This will be a good chance to see what an excellent drama department we have at the Westbrook Walnut Grove High School. There's a Snoopy Supper on Stage from 5:30 to 7:30 that night before the play. Call 274-6111 for reservations or for more Information. --I11m-- I.t #o "Shots lif Me.rf It SPECIAL WINTER EDITION A T-Shots column in the middle of November is a little unusual, but there is a reason for iL However, the reason is not because the forecast this week is for 60 degree weather on Wednesday, because due to a recent rearrangement of my plumbing, I will have to forego the pleasure of a couple rounds of golf on this balmy Wednesday and will therefore be jealous of everyone who is able to play. No, the reason is to let you know who you can say thank" you to next summer when you are playing golf on lovely, verdant "nel une (ISSN 8750 - 3905) Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J. Merchant Publishers Thomas Merchant Managing Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Patricla Peterson Editor Madeline Alcorn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring Typesetter Edna Lessman Walnut Grove Correspondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnick Milroy Correspondent Mrs. Paul Martin Lucan Correspondent Published every Wednesday at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 Second Class Postage Paid at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1988 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE FOR THE SENTINEL-TRIBUNE WILL BE In the following counties: Cottonwood, Redwood, Lyon, Murray, and Nobles $13.00 Per Year Elsewhere in Minnesota - $16.00 Per Year Out of State - $20.00 Per Year Canada & foreign countries inquire at the Sentinel-Tribune Office "Snowbirds" may put their paper on hold at no extra charge while they are gone, or pay $4.00 extra to have it mailed out of state. Missed copies cannot be furnished because the cost of mailing single copies is almost $1.00 Any request for a back copy must include $1.50. Newstand price is 35 cents per copy. Mail change of address notice to: Box 98, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADLINES: Local News Noon Monday Articles and other news 5:00 p.m. Monday All Peach Ads & Market Ads Noon Monday Display Ads 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Classified Ads Noon Tuesday WESTBROOK SENTINEL OFFICE HOURS 507-274-6136 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED WALNUT GROVE TRIBUNE OFFICE HOURS 507-859-2187 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday Closed Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED Other: Call Patricia Peterson at 859-2120 fairways even if mother nature fails to keep them watered. In other words I would like to give credit to the group of dedicated golfers who showed up these past three or four weeks to install the new automatic watering System at Rolling Hills. Thanks to a lot of work by these guys, it looks like we are going to end up paying under $25,000 for the new system. So here is the honor roll: Swede Norstegard Arnie Teichroew Vince Thorstad Kenny Erickson Caesar Carlson Ivan Carlson Elmer Anderson Doug Bakke Otto Cohrs AI Eiting Mel Faltinson Nylo Schmalz Marlow Iverson Don Stanek Dennis Phelps Don Vosberg Dayel Olson Kent Bigbee and, Your TS'er ~--ts-- Now, several of us have racked our brains to remember everyone who worked on this project but we could have missed some one. If we did, let me know and rll give them a private listing in T-Shots next week. Court News District Court Judge Bruce Gross, Presiding November 2 - 8, 1990 Speeding: $44.00--Janie J. Jurgens, Windom, MN; Michael Thomas Schaffer, Windom, MN; Teresa Marie Collins, Mason City, IA. $66.00--Larry Lee Weber, Sioux Fails, SD. Over Registered Gross Wg.: ScottDean Arnsdorf, Sanborn, MN, $770.00, driver's license suspended on 11/06/90. Wrong Class Registration: Scott Dean Arnsdorf, Sanborn, MN, $110.00, driver's license suspended on 11/06/90. DWI: Kevin Ray Grunewald, Windom, MN, $625.00. Jail/Prison - Stayed 30 days for one year. Pay the fine and assessments; enter, pay for and complete alcohol education class; have no viol. 1 yr. Falsely Report A Crime: Thomas Lynn Rehnelt, Windom, MN, $330.00 (Stayed-S110.00). Jai~ - Stayed 30 days for 1 yr. Pay the remaining fine and surcharge; have no MSD or above crim. convictions including traffic for one year. Minor'~i~. Jo~ Patrick Sunderm ,n, Windom, MN, $110.00 (Stayed - $55.00). Pay balance of fine; no s/s violations for 1 yr. Child Not In Child Restr.: Renae Krisdne Dowdell, Windom, MN, $22.00. Improper Turn: Verna Lois Gentry, Fulda, MN, $88.00 (Stayed - $44.00). No same or similar violations for 1 yr. Annual meeting tonight On Wednesday, November 14, at 7 p.m. at the Westbrook Senior Home dining room, members and friends of the Westbrook Heritage House Museum will gather for the Annual Meeting and election of officers. Highlight of the program will be the viewing of a video tape made and donated by Brenda Jans of Craig's Movies Unlimited, that depicts the moving of the log cabin from Keith Nelson's farm on Dutch Charley Creek to the depot site. James Erickson will nax te. Lunch will be served. Please come and bring a friend. Everyone is welcome! Can I be 18 already?? t Letter to SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE esday, November 14,r 1 ' C week You may call Redwood Count ou m.ay.call gr cu tu al Society - where you live. Your Wh t ;e It9 remain confidential. ! Dear Editor: The newly formed Dear Editor In Brown County Westbrook/Walnut Grove Drama and Music Departments are presenting the musical production of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" this week. This is a culmination of six weeks of hard work from the student actors, pit musicians, tech crew members, directors, and accompanist. They Each year a fair is held in Redwood County on the fairgrounds in Redwood Falls located north of Tersteegs Holiday Market. The Redwood County Agricultural Society owns the property, organizes the county fair and the use of the facilities. are going on the road to Have you ever dreamed of accommodate both school sites to improving our fair and increasing present their musical. Moving the use of the property? lights and set and getting used to a new stage, acoustics, etc. isn't an easy job for anyone involved; however, now all of the students will get the chance to attend without having to have a parent drive them in -- plus they are given a reduced rate. When a director decides to produce a musical, he must claim how many performances will be given. The rOyalties are based on that number. Royalties for any musical are extraordinarily high -- approximately $400; however, this year they are even higher. Add to this the cost of set building, renting One way you can become involved is by purchasing a share in the Agricultural Society. An.yone can become part of the society by purchasing a $10 share. The shareholder is then entided to voting privileges at the annual meeting. A share can be purchased by contacting the secretary/treasurer, Cathy Albu (Mrs. Eddie Albu). A board of directors consisting on nine members is elected to plan and conduct a county fair. They are often referred to as the Fairboard and make decisions concerning the use of the property and facilities. a light board, makeup needed for Board members are elected to affective character appearance, serve three year telms. costumes, etc you come up with If you are inLerested in the costs that need to be offset by the county fair and/or the use of the price of admission. The dramafacilities, now is the time to department is funded solely by receipts from performances. It has not had the privilege of a booster club. The price for the student matinee this year was set at $1.50. What is $1.50 worth these days? It might buy three cans of pop, a "budget-night" rental video, a pack of cigarettes, or a gallon of gas. It doesn't buy much, but for $1.50 your child can see more than one hour of live, wholesome, musical entertainment. What's the difference between paying the same amount to see a football playoff game and a musical? One difference is that your child is guaranteed to sit for this event and watch it in its entirely. After one has worked with a musical production, one sees how much work is involved with producing such a show. From my become involved. The annual meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 20. Watch the papers for the exact place and time. Lori Engelken Ag Society Member number is 507-354-31 County the phone 537-7000 and in the phone number is 3533. Three county T.I.P. Program Our local drug task force, consisting of the Redwood, Brown and Lyon County Sheriff's Departments and the Police Departments of the cities of Redwood Falls, New Ulm and Marshall, is asking your help in fighting drug abuse. T.I.P. posters are being distributed throughout the three county area requesting you to TURN IN PUSHERS. information you might have about suspected drug dealing should be reported to one of the numbers listed on the posters. The Task Force wants information no matter where the activity is occurring. Phone calls will be Redwood County Recycling Logo Redwood County. Service is s[ Contest to select a County children are asked to creativity and design Redwood County environment. Deadline is November 27, 1990. Registration forms from the Minnesota Service, Courthouse, Redwood Falls, MN Carol Peterson. The form the name and contestant, age, parent grade and school form must be attached to when it is submitted Extension Office. There will be prize: the top three entries. $25.00, second prize $1'. third price $10.00 Dr. J. Famil Den1 831-1( perspective it is worth at least $1.50. 1,150 N. Hwy. 60 & Respectfully submitted, tdom M-N. Kathy Vondracck EME HANDLED ce of Proposed Property Taxes II The Board of Education of Westbrook School District No. 175 will soon h old a public hearing to vote on the amount of property taxes to collect in 1991 to pay education cost for the 1991-1992 school year. The property tax amounts below compare the property taxes collected by the school district in 1990 with the amount the board proposes to collect in 1991: 1990 Property Taxe 757,731.00 Proposed 1991 ProDerl;y Taxes 818,887.50 Increase from 8.07% Attend the Public Hearing All residents of the school district are invited to attend the Board of Education's public hearing to express their opinions on the amount of property taxes the Board proposes to collect on: Monday, November 19 6:30 p.m. Westbrook Elementary School 344 - 8th Street Westbrook, Minnesota 56183 If the discussion of the budget cannot be completed, a time and place for continuing the discussion will be announced at the hearing. You are also invited to send your written comments to: Superintendent of Schools School District No. 175 344 8th Street Westbrook, Minnesota 56183