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Medlar October 22nd f,er President Bush briefly addressed the group in the First Lady s . o Garden, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, William Reilly presented the awards. According to Second District : Congressman Vin Weber, who nominatedRoosevelt AwardZWaCh'Programthe Theodoreis, a way to go beyond the observation of Earth Day and honor individuals 1. Inut Grove Lions Club will be gathering our papers Saturday, November 17, but there is a switch in the men will be loading out the paper that is in the during the day (the warehouse is full to the brim), will be doing the pick up at 9:30 in the morning rather usual one o'clock pick up time. So you are asked to ur papers on the curb by 9 a.m. The Lions will be to pick up paper in the future, so keep saving all )table kinds. They also say a big THANKS to me who has been so faithful In saving papers for .rather than dump them in the landfill! rout Grove Ministerial Association has announced rill be an opportunity for those who need it to visit the Odshelf prior to Thanksgiving on Tuesday, November s Is a change In the clay for the month of November the holiday. s Friday, November 16, the English Lutheran Church will be having their annual Bake Sale and Lunch at the from 2:00 to 7.'00 p.m. There will also be some craft ommission in the ad for Little House Antiques in last aper We forgot to list the telephone number so here Anne Nackerud will be there to serve you on and any other time by appointment if you just call whose voluntary efforts have made a difference in the quality of our environment. High Games: Arnie Teichroew 193 Rick Fogel 192 Shorty Wahl 183 Lamberton Tuesday Night Ladies League--1 U6/90 Wilson Trailer Repair 25 15 Rues Super Valu 24 16 J & L Variety 23 17 Betty's Beauties 18 22 Lamberton Dist. 17 23 Wabasso Bldg. Center 13 SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, I November 14, 1990 II III 27 Zwach was recognized for having 47 acres in the Reinvest in High Series: Minnesota (RIM) Program, on Diane Graft 530 which he has planted over 1800 Kristi Butler 520 trees and shrubs, 35 acres in the Mary Neperman 496 Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and for constructing two High Games: wetlands and planting several Diane Graft 201 windbreaks. In addition, Zwach KrisTietz 191 has practiced reduced tillage Mary Neperman 183 farming for years and has planted Tracy Late Monday Night expense.ether lands in grass at his own Women's Bowling---ll]5/90 "Because of local nature of their John s Super Valu 33 - 16 efforts, people like David Zwach Nelda's Tax Serv. 30 - 18 often go unrecognized. Thanks to Tmcy State Bank 27 - 21 their dedication, however, we can Fedde's Repair26 - 22 pass a be!ter environment on to our Arnie's Standard 241/2 - 231/2 children,' Weber concluded. Amer. Family 21 - 27 More money for the hospital Dairy Queen 16 1/2 - 31 1/2WESTBROOK --- Donna Edsill manager of Maynards grocery Red Rooster 14 34 store presented, a c k for $1,375 to Roxy Soil secretary, and B owling High Series: Elffle Kopperuo presKlent of the Hospital Auxiliary. To date the coupon program has raised over $4,000 for the hospital in just ]C ren Lanoue 501 over a year. ST Photo. Theresa Tholen 508 Walnut Grove Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will be High Games: Hoyt Oil & The meeting is sponsored by the mg the pop corn you ordered by next week. You mayWestbrook Men's Thursday Arlene West 208 Convenience 17 - 23 Murray County and Nobles County your order at Knakmuhs Insurance Office after next Night Bowlingmll/8/90 189 Cactus Bar 16 - 24 Extension Services. ', November 19. Y u-en Lanoue VFW 63 - 27 Theresa Tholen 186 Some of the topics that will be ,rday, November 17 the Prairie Arts Choral will be in High Series: discussed include depreciation at Southwest State University at 7:30 p.m. Double D Bowl59 - 31 Tracy Men's Thursday Mel Hammerschmidt 581 changes for 1990; payment of hired you noticed how the pace is picking up and eachMaynards 51 - 39 Night,Bowling---ll/8/90 Marvin Kleven 578 labor with commodities; potential .omlng increasingly more busy? Well, get used to it! Funks 41 - 49 Fcddc s Repair30 14 Don Fester 575 capitol gains changes; and self- onty the outer fringes of the busy holiday rush. Hol C & L 28 - 62 Med. Club 26 18 employment tax changes for 1991. be able to adjust to the pace It probably would be a Double D Care28 - 62 W.G. Legion 23 21 High Games: According to Fales, many den for the Vine to go into hl rnatlon for the winter Tmcy Lanes 22 22 Jerry Field 223 farmers are showing strong taxable one out of the long nap with new vim and vigor next High Series: Hoyt Oil 21 DOn Fester 220 farm incomes for the third straight Bears really do have the right idea when It comes to DOn Stanek 569 Fox Electric 20 - Gary Kassel 220 year. This means that farmers I plenty of sleeDt ,-- Tim Timgren 542 F & M Bank 19 - 25 should be spending considerable nt forget Charlle Brown performances at Walnut Grove John Madson 529 Homera 15 - 29 time during November and )stbrook this week! Farm Tax December with tax planning. HAVE A GOOD WEEK! High Games: High Series: DOn Stanek 236 Randy Tietz 574 Management/Social A portion of this program will ec " . Leo Vortherms Darrell Janssen 574 Security meeting be devoted to a discussion of social 224 security concerns. This segment Jay Swanson 566 to be held will help clear up misconceptions tlve pr( Mem solving Jim Block 197 High Game: people may have as they get into cott Wild, school Many decisions we s htve Westbreok Monday Night Rod Gertner 259 their late earning years and are legist or Westbrook. positive and negtrenV Ladies Bowling--ll/l?d90 Doug Howe 233 Farm Tax Managementis thepreparing for retirement. Grove School. very rare that th ".gle, best. Randy Tietz 223 theme of a meeting to be held on Discussion will include timing of o fo urpme and.energy is solution to problems dady Double DBowl 30 - 10 Monday, November 19 at the your contributions, age Rongstads Ins. 29 - 11 Lamberton Tuesday Night Corral Supper Club in Fulda. The considerations, and earnings after ,v:umem soJving and living = making. A problem is Review the pros and cons of DovrayManor 24 - 16 MenlsLateLeague ll/6/90 meeting will begin at l:15 p.m. retirement. Strategies will be any situation for which potential decisions. SW State Bank22 - 18 Perry Fales, Area Extension presented as to when increase or Boecks Const.21 - Jerry s Sportsman Agent in Farm Management, will decrease social security income to.nave a immediate, It can be helpful to write down a Klasses Sales20 - Bowl 27 - 13 discuss the many tax topics and contributions. Reve Coops 21 - 19 changes that will be important to sotutmn re.quires list of possible decisions, Lloyds Amoco 18 - Call the Extension Office for ,=, men mat we oetieveconsidering the advantages and VFW Aux. 18 - Wally s Feeder farmers in planning their 1990 year more information. Anyone is nc to diminish a problem. A disadvantages of each beforeElkhorn Inn 16 - Pigs 20 - 20 end tax management, invited to attend this meeting at no n is the choice we make selecting a solution. This will help Greenwood ?e ng.a! .mative.id.cas or you avoid selecting the first JensensLichty Drugclippers 1616 - Nursery 19 - 21 c "harge. nee i'oblems'Umu nS'in ourWe dailyaH solution that comes to mind. It will State Farm Ins. 10 - " .'flall into the areas of force you to anticipate possible friends, dealing consequences your Hjfdk ries: r pressure, resoectin Seek help from friends, a 518 '* and limits set by ieachers school psychologist, counselor or Gwen Anderson 493 and planning for life other mental health professional Sharon Timgren 481 of us could use some help our problem solving ome common pitfalls to making include a problem, hoping that it go away, mslinating a decision, or passing the hoping someone else the problem for us. if you are having trouble making a big decision. Sometimes other people can see possible solutions that you have not considered. They can tell you about what may have worked for them or they can encourage you to consider trying an alternative you may not have thought of yourself. This article was adapted with permission from material supplied by the Communique, a publication of the National Association of School Psychologists. f, most problems don't off often makes a problem mg on others to for you may m what is really right for are Some suggestions to Zwach receives your problem-solving Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Award to be optimistic David Zwach, a farmer from year ability to make rural Tracy, has been named a You must trust yourrecipient of the Project 101 Theodore Roosevelt Conservation ast solutions forAward in recognition of his "grassroots. volunteer conservation certain solution has worked initiatives in the spirit of President P t, by all means use it Theodore Roosevelt, who *.t a certain solution has exhibited true Republican m the past, choose a leadership in conserving natural this time. resources." that most problems Zwach received his award at a Perfect solutions, White House ceremony on Want to all of the ok area voters for their It was a narrow ry with a difference of 269 votes and 151 of those came td in Westbrook, Ann hill was of Prepared and paid for by the candidate on his own behalf. High Games: Gwen Anderson 193 Kathie Christians 188 Sue Johnson 180 Westbrook Men's Tuesday Night--llJ6/90 Double D Care 60 - 30 Double D Bowl 51 - 39 Lichty Drug 43 - 47 Elkhorn Inn 26 64 High Series: Dave Stresemann 512 Amie Teichroew 509 Rick Fogel 501 Life Insurance Whocan you when you tare q.esa II about Iile insurance? Roger Haar e Main Street Westbrook, MN 274-6164 H~la 01fl~ s=0=m=t =,m Holiday Decorations! FOR SALE OR LEASE Decorate your home or businessl: HOLIDAY Norton Grunewald 831-2857 Rt. 3, Box 170 Windom, MN. 56101 The following parcel of land is offered for sale by written bid: N 112 NE 114 of Section 6, Township 108, Range 37, Cottonwood County, Minnesota containing 81.72 acres, more or less 10:00 A.M. at the Law Offices of Lowther & Vickery, 125 Main W P.O. Box 303, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085 TILLABLE ACRES: Them are 74.8 tillable acres. CORN BASE: The total corn base is 34.7. INSPECITI0N OF PREMISES: Contact Attorney Patrick A. Lowther at 507-794-5711. BIDDING TERMS: All bids shall be a pdce for the total parcel. No bid shall be accepted for a portion of the parcel. All bids shall be in writing, sealed, and shall be submitted to Patrick A. Lowther, 125 Main W P.O. Box 303, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085, on or before November 28, 1990, at 10:00 a.m. All bids will be opened at 10:00 a.m. on November 28, 1990, and the bids will be disclosed to all bidders present. Each bidder will then be permitted to increase his/her bid, if ht,/she so chooses. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's ::leek, or money order payable to Patrick A. Lowther, Escrow Agent, in the amouqt of at least 5% of the bid. The estate reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive all bidding defects. TERMS: A purchase money agreement shall be entered into with the successful bidder(s) on the date of sale. Five percent (5%) of sale price shall be paid with purchase agreement. The balance of the sale shall be due and payable in full in cash on date of dosing, which shall be no later than 60 days from the date of sale. POSSESSION: Possession of the premises shall be granted on date of closing. Land subject to rental contract through 1991. CONDITIONS: Estate shall pay the real estate taxes due and payable in 1990; buyer shall pay the taxes due thereafter. Seller shall provide Abstract of Title and Probate Deed evidendng good and marketable title on date of dosing, subject to highways and easements of record. Sale is subject to approval of the Cottonwood County District Court, Probate Division. | By Patrick A. Lowther, Seller, Attorney for Estate, 125 Main W P.O. Box 303, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085. 507-794-5711. ?