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aati k Library Walnut Grove TOPS 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. a Sal day 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1169 will meet each Monday at the 7 p. j 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 1990 9:00 a m - 12 noonp.m. for weigh-in, Meeting from ran " " 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. rl ~kAA ,u~stbrook AA meetings are Amicus Study Club ['or l .ry Wednesday at 8:00 p.m WALNUT GROVE --- The 'land, Westbrook American Legion Amicus Study Club will meet ;. Monday, November 19 at 7:30 ] and TOPS p.m. Hostess is Betty Ourada. Roll m l ,'ray TOPS Club No. 133 6 call will be a course you would like ttifall[every Wednesday in the to take. m@t of Our Savior s Lutheran P & H Club 'e S I][I. Weigh in from 5:00 - 5:30 WALNUT GROVE--The P & chul d meeting from 5"30 - 6"00 onfal[ H Club will meet at the home of eir Helen Hansen on Monday, =o asic Education November 19, at 1:30 p.m. . TBROOK - Basic English, bro ng skills, preparation for Redwood Area Grief 1 D test, etc. taught with Support Group I learning plans. Classes The Redwood Area Grief dted,: ch Tuesday and Thursday Support Group will be meeting 40th Wedding Anniversary 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the Thursday, November 15, 1990, at The children of Charlotte and Ouane Smith of Walnut Grove ,h"tr No ElementarYfee for classesC mputeror 4:00the RedwoodP'm' in theFallsAdUltHospital.Day CareTheat wish tO Invite you to an Open House dance to help celebrate l-or more information group welcomes anyone who has their parent's 40th WedOing Anniversaw. Please stop by the b s rook High School Office experienced a significant loss in s anal 1 l) or Eunice Christensen, their lives in the past few months Senior Nutrition -ara tor (274-6491) Ura or years. There is no cost. For more information, contact Marie Smith Services at 637-2969. WALNUT GROVE Senior --- Game Night Immunization Clinic Nutrition Services serving at the held Thursday, November at Walnut Grove Community Center at 11:30 a.m. Dawn Kay Martenson and John 7:30 p.m. at the Senior The Redwood County Public each operating day. . Merlyn Hanson were united in Health Nursing Service will begin Monday, November t9 --- marriage in a double ring conducting an immunization clinic Meatloaf, rice bake, corn, dinner ceremony at Grace Lutheran at the Walnut Grove Communityroll, bread pudding. Church in Westbrook, MN on Center on Thursdays in December Tuesday, November 20----Tin,key August 11, 1990 at 5:00 p.m with =unity Health Services from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. w/dressing, boiled potatoes, pastor Jerry Lamb officiaung. will be a WIC ProgramAppointments can be made by pumpkin custard. :, Parents of the couple are Robert held at Storden Baptist calling the Nursing Service Office Wednesday, November and Cheryll Manenson of Rapid from 9:00 a.m. to I:00 p.m. at 637-2969. The next clinic will Pork cutlet, sauerkraut,-po tc es, City, SD and Merlyn and Joann 27th. )' Unit #16 TBROOK---Hospital Unit #16 will meet November 16th, at 2 p.m. of Hazel Enstad. larton Club Barton meet Monday, November 2 p.m. at the Alma Kosel be held on December 6, 1990.carrot/raisin salad, bun; Immunizations for diphtheria, Thursday, November 22 NO pertussis, tetanus, oral polio, MEALSITE. measles, mumps, rubella, and Friday, November 23---NO meningitis are given. Adults may MEALSITE. also receive routine tetanus Meals include bread, butter, diphtheria boosters which are milk and coffee. Cards are played recommended every ten years, every morning at 10:00. Anyone Immunizations are available to 60 or older may participate in the anyone who has received their f'n'st meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi vaccination under the supervision (home 859-2469) at the of a physician and has not had any Community Center, 859-2135 at allergic reactions to previous least one day prior to attending. vaccines. Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by Four dollars per vaccination is contribuUon. Hanson of Westbrook, MN. The bride given in marriage by her father wore a white satin bridal gown trimmed with simulated pearls and sequins. The gown was designed with a jewel neckline, basque bodice, deep V back above pointed peplum bows, embroidered cutwork accented the tapered sleeves and full skirt which extended into a chapel train. Her headpiece of simulated pearls came to a V on her forehead, accented on both sides with pearl sprays attached to a pouffed waist length l Tracy Servicemen's Center November 17th at 8 p.m. to socialize. There will be a dance at 9 p.m. Let your presence be your gift. ST Photo. @ trip charged. We ask that you bring veil. She carried a cascade bouquet available immunization records to of red roses, pink and white th .STBROOK The bus will the immunization clinic, carnations accented with baby's [Oing to see the Mankato breath reens and flowing red -t'lmnas light display Monday, Senior ribbons. Shelli Good, friend of the 1 i r.10th. Leaving at 3:00 WG Food Shelf bride, was her personal attendant. wall eat at Mankato. WALNUT GROVE--Date of Denise Martenson, sister of the Ill LuVellaVosbergthe opening of the Foodshelf will,bride, was maid of honor. ,274-6534 beonNovember20thforth,s Neu s,Bridcsmaids ercC riJohnson I month instead of the scheduled and Diane Lar/sth} ffiends of the November 2"7111. The Walnut Grove bride "and Para,:Kuml U4ap, ffriend of Men s Club Ministerial Association thanks the couple. They wore red taffeta, i ' ESTBROOK Youn Men's everyone who has supported the -" . --- g Tea-!ength dresses accented with white lace. They carried an arm tmg19,willat besheldp.m.MOnday'at the Foodshelves. The worship service Sunday bouqdet of red tipped carnations Lions Paper Pick-up morning was conducted by Pastor with baby s breath, greens and uncle of the groom, were at the Cake cutters were Marlis Stagman WALNUT GROVE--NOTE Richard Cornish of the Storden guest book. Flower attendant and Lois Kunde . Coffee pourers , er CHANGE.paper pick-upThe willregularbe monthlYheld on Baptist ChurCh.Happy birthday to Clara flowingThe groomribb nS'wore a white tuxedo Lisa Klasse, friend of the grooms were Judy Gleason and Barb Saturday, November 17. The time Edwards whose birthday'wfis with tails. He had a red rosefamily. Gift carriers were Nathalie Martenson. Waitresses were is changed to 9:30 a.m. so you are Monday. Her dinner guests were boutonniere Nybakke and Janelle Kunde, Angela Nybakke, Christine asked to have your papers on the Norman and Ethel Solomonson : Paul Hanson was his brother s cousins of the groom. JillMartenson'and SandyLenaeKlasse.Freeberg' and curb and bundled by 9:00 a.m. This and Marlin and Verna Koppernd. bestman. Groomsmen were Tony After the reception, a dance was is a one time change of time only Friends and relatives joined Clara Guggisberg and Jon Buss, friends A reception was held in the of the groom, and Duane church social hall. Dining room held at the Community Center with as the Lions Club will be loading on Sunday to help her celebrate. Martenson, brother of the bride, hosts and hostesses were Todd and music provided by the Super out the paper they have on hand on Volunteer, Carolyn Benson, ronowmg a honeymoon to me Saturday. They will continue to offered manicures and one to one Ushers were Dale Martenson, Linua Anderson and Bob and Sounds . pick up the paper in the future as in Wednesday morning, brother of the bride and Martin Emdy McCarthy. Dave and Pat ~ wisconsin DellS, Jonn and Dawn Stover, friend of the couple. The ~c~ao serve(] at me puncn OOWL are at home in Roscville, MN. the past and would like to thank all A memorial service was held for men wore grey tuxedos with red who have supported the drive in Amanda Johnson Wednesday tipped white carnation SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE 5 NLibrary,the pastI morning. Pastor Mark Yackel- boutonnieres. Juleen conducted the service. Hospital address Norton Nelson assisted with the Music was furnished by Betty Walnut Grove- West ook, MH- Wodnesday, Novembor 14, 1990 music. Rupp, organist; Rueben Rupp, - afional Children s Judy Hansen Hospitalized at this time is John trumpeter; and Linda Cain, cousin promote eek, November 12 - 18, Sunwood Care Center Rupp at McKennan Hospital, of the groom, soloist. E;" . oot to a child. There is Redwood Falls, MN 56283 Sioux Falls. Pete and Joyce Cain, aunt and Cottonwood County Family Service Agency is in Ifu'g most children love better She will be there for two weeks to shate of therapy, o l-l ppy birthday to DOris Barrie need of people willing to provide a caring and special moments with who celebrated her birthday on !17ua U=ening to a story. Thursday. Dinner guests were Westbrook Christian loving atmosphere for children who are unable to Irc urage them to discuss the Charles and Phyllis B u-rie. Friends my, ask why? What if?. Or has Dr. Henry Schm.tdt remain in their own homes. If you feel you can IoV? to you? and relatives visited throughout the School 1st Quarter day. provide a stable and supportive home for one or fP ember 12th is our last Memorial Hospital Thursday evening bingo Honor Roll more of these children, and are willing to be of Story hour. The children Westbrook, Minnesota volunteers were Marcella Boeck, Mr. Jim Fisher, principal of nave enjoyed our time November $- I1, 1990 Mac Kleven, Millie Hass and Westbrook Christian School, licensed for Foster Care, don't hesitate to make a ADMITTED: Grace Jensen. Sally diem won announces the following students difference in a child's life - books! include Walter Kronbaek Westlxook COllection of articles Mrs. Doris Vosberg Currie cs by a Luveme Amy Peopping Westtm3ok called Rueben Nelson a Size Three." Also Bible study was he!ffThursday by Barbara DISCHARGED: morning with Roger and Marian " by Jackie Mrs. Gladys Wilson Westhrook Kopperud as leaders. the Devil", Lars Larson Jeffers Bernice Christians Mrs. Dons Vosbc West]xc Walter Kronback Westlxook Activity Director Amy Peoppmg we xook blackout bingo, have earned honor roll status for Setting hair Friday: morning work completed in the lwst quarter. were Elaine Eichner, Elf fie "A" Honor Roll---John Fisher, Kopperud and VernetteOlson. Card Fisher, Nathan Mattison, Jesse Nantkes, Gudrun Olson, Juliane Olson, Lars Olson, Leah Olson, Paulette Oison, Andrew Paplow, Rachel Paplow, Gary Spaeth, Kyle Spaeth, Anne Uhlenhopp, Mary Jo Uhlenhopp. "B" Honor Roll --- Laurie Stench. Become a Child Foster Parent today! For more information contact: Jana Schapekahm, Social Worker Cottonwood County Family Serw.a Agency Industrial Park Site, 9 Windom, MN. 56101 831-1891 THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOUt I want to thank all the people who displayed my yard signs, and all the people who campaigned on my behalf to their friends, neighbors and relatives and helped me win tills election. Thank you to LeRoy Helgeson for endorsing me. THANK YOU MOST OF ALL TO ALL THE VOTERS OF REDWOOD COUNTY WHO BELIEVED IN ME AND VOTED FOR ME AND MADE WINNING THIS ELECTION POSSIBLE FOR ME. I WILL WORK HARD FOR ALL YOU YOU. Shirley F. Redmann, Redwood County Recorder Elect, Prepared and pald for by Shlrley Redmann on her own behalf. FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Apartment Call Glenda Zupfer, mgr. 859-2680 Plum Creek Apartments Slayton Auction Barn Open for all classes of livestock. SALES EVERY THURSDAY Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock 1:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 Table of sweaters - 30% OFF Pyke Grouping- 20% OFF New shipment of sweaters & knit groupings - 10% OFF Yarn (8 oz. skein) - $1.99 reg. 62.99 Brenda K's Westbrook, MN. I II I III IIIII I