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new enl ~, ~' SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAG Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, Novemb~ L l t J WALNUT GROVE---Over the past few months, Walnut Grove has been fortunate in having three enterprises choose the city as their headquarters. Ken Slone, who purchased the former Dee Mitchell home on Bedal Street has opened an auto repair, small engine repair, and general repairs at the home. Steve Pulsipher, who has moved into the home owned by Steve Ourada on Main Street, has a "Sonar Stalker" business. He will eliminate bats from your home humanely if you have a need for that servme. The third enterpreneur is Dick Dressen, who is a general contractor and specializes in roof repairs. Ken and his wife, Susan, have one son, Stephen, age 10, and a daughter, Hannah, almost three. Susan's sister, Chrisine Dinolo came with the family from Rhode Island, also. She has a cleaning business in Marshall. The family came to Minnesota in May of this year and have been in Walnut Grove for the past two months. Steve Pulsipher and his wife, Carol, have been in Walnut Grove for several months also, and moved here from Fairmont, MN. Steve keeps busy with his business of bat proofing buildings in the area. He does not poison the mammals or harm them in anyway. He will observe their activities and simply secure a building while the bats are 2. ~. :" WALNUT GROVE--New business men In the city are: left to right; Ken Slone, Steve Pulsipher, and Dick Dressen. ST Photo. away from their usual haunt, making it impossible for them to return to a location where they will be bothering humans. Dick Dressen, had moved into the Cora Beaty property at the east end of Bedal Street. He and his wife Marion, have no children. Dick will do most any building repair, but his specialty is roofing. All three families are Jehovah's Witness members. They were sent to this area by their church to, as Ken Slone slated, "Preach the good news of God's Kingdom." By having their independent businesses for livelihood, the members can spend time on their door to door ministry in this area. WALNUT GROVE -- An orientation meeting was held at the United Methodist Church on Sunday, November l lth for members of the United Methodist Church throughout the state who will be going on a work-trip to Monteserrat Island in the West Indies in January. Jeff and Mary Jo Olson are the co-ordinators for the January trip, and they gathered the thirteen adult members at the Walnut Grove United Methodist Church to fill them in on what needs to be taken, and what they can expect during the two weeks they will be spending on the island from January 3 - 17, 1991. Three children will be accompanying the group this year, also. Of the thirteen adults, ten will be going to the Caribbean area for the first time, although some of the group have worked on other programs through the church in WALNUT GROVE--Only one adult who will be going to Montserrat in January was missing past years. Three of the members when this picture was taken. The three children were also absent from the orientation will be repeating the experience, session. Jeff and Mary Jo Olson are coordinators for the trip, and spent last Sunday going Jeff Olson included. The three over the things to be taken and those to leave behind for the air trip. Only two bags may be children have never gone before, taken and many of the participants will be taking tools as part of their luggage. ST Photo. either, Members of the adult group range in age from the late 30's to the mid 60's and come from varied Museum chapel site backgrounds. Three are nurses, some are business persons, (like Jeff and Mary Jo) a social worker, retired teacher, and a farmer. They will use their skills during the two week period working on the reconstruction of a church that was damaged by Hurricane Hugo. Jeff and Mary Jo Olson will be taking their children, Leah and Chad with them this year. The children will be enrolled in school for the two week period, and their parents feel they will get an invaluable educauon during that time. It will be a great learning experience for them. The group will fly to their location January with about four plane changes on the way. for third wedding WALNUT GROVE--For the third time the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum has beenp chosen as a location for a wedding. On Saturday, November 10, 1990, Rev. Huchel, United Methodist Church minister, performed the wedding ceremony for Patty Reeves and James Olson of Cloquet, MN. The ceremony was performed at 10:00 a.m. in the chapel at the museum. The couple had indicated to Museum Director, Shirley Knakmuhs, they were very much interested in pioneer history and selected the museum because of that interest. The wedding party was attired in dresses and suits of the 1940's era. F 10 a.m. 27, 1990 at the Westbrook Community Center (Snow date: Tuesday, December 4th) ooooooeoooooeoooooooooooooeeoooeoooeooeoooooo ooeooeeee eeeee eoeooeo of shareholders are invited to attend. oooooeooeooeeoeeeeoooeoeeeeooeeeeoeoeoeoo Lunch to follow. ooeoeoooeoeoeeooeoeeooeeoeeeOOeoeeoeeeeeooeooeoe Jay Takle, Secretary 1990/91 Fall Parent- Teacher Conferences There will be no school on Friday, 11/16/90 because of Parent/Teacher Conferences. WWG High School parents are asked to pick up their student's report cards at the High School Office on Thursday, 11/15/90 from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. or on Friday, 11/16/90 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Conference Schedule Tuesday, 11/13/90--5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Walnut Grove Elementary at Walnut Grove. 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School at Walnut Grove. Thursday, 11/15/90--5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Westbrook Elementary at Westbrook. 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. - Westbrook Walnut Grove High School at Westbrook. Friday, 11/16/911----8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Walnut Grove Elementary at Walnut Qrove. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School at Walnut Grove. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Westbrook Elementary at Westbrook. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Westbrook Walnut Grove High School at Westbrook. The Westbrook Walnut Grove Public Schools have set aside Tuesday, 11/13/90 from 5:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Walnut Grove only). Thursday, 11/15/90 from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Westbrook only) and Friday, 11/16/90 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon (Westbrook and Walnut Grove) for Parent/Teacher Conferences. High School Parent/Teacher Conferences will not be scheduled. Please check your Elementary and Middle School schedules and feel free to call 274-6111 if you would like to schedule a specific time with a teacher. Chamber of Commerce meeting WESTBROOK--The Chamber of Commerce will meet Wednesday, November 14 at 12 noon. The meeting will be held at Double D. Discussion and action will be taken on the Christmas promotion. FRIDAY, NOV. English Lutheran Church Walnut Grove, MN. 2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. BAKE SALE -- SOME CRAFTS LUNCH SERVED - 2 TO 7 P.M. Menu: hot beef sandwiches, hot turkey sandwiches, baked beans, potato salad, pie, coffee. Sponsored by English Lutheran WELCA Obituaries i iii John Zwach, Sr. Services for John M. Zwach, Sr 83, of Lucan were at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Lucan. Burial was at St. Michael Cemetery in Milroy. Former U.S. Rep. John Zwach, R-Minn who established a reputation as an outspoken representative of rural Minnesota during 40 years of political life, died of lung cancer Sunday at Redwood Falls Municipal Hospital. He was born February 8, 1907, in Gales Township of Redwood County to Joseph and Barbara (Hammerschmidt) Zwach. He attended rural school and graduated from Milroy High School. After attending Mankato State University and the University of Minnesota, he taught at schools in Ghent, Lucan, Wabasso, and Milroy. Agnes Schueller and he were married June 3, 1940, at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Wabasso. He served as school principal and superintendent in Milroy. Zwach spent 32 years in the Minnesota Legislature - 12 years in the House and 20 years in the Senate - before being elected to Congress in 1966 from the largely rural Sixth District. He retired from office in 1974. Area Townshi voting results North Hero cast 80. US Senate,' and Boschwitz Representative, Stone 27; State , 46 and Frederickson : Carlson 55 and Pex Attorney, Maes 38 County Recorder, Redmann 43. Springdale cast 109. US Senate, and Boschwitz Representative, Stone 33; State and Frederickson Representative, Berry 36; Perpich 24 and cal County Attorney, Tiffany 63; Redmann 67 and Johnsonville Ballots cast 66. Wellstone 24 and US Representative, Stone 16; State and Frederickson Representative, Berry 26; and Perpich 29; Maes 18 and Recorder, Redmann 36. For John accepted a job as rural life director of the New Ulm Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church. He was the first layperson in the country to be appointed to such a position, and held it for three years. He was the diocese's representative at the National Rural Life Conference. He was a member of the Lucan Lion's Club and Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church and its men's society. He has been a guest lecturer at Southwest State University in Marshall. Survivors include his wife; sons, John, Jr and Dennis, both of Walnut Grove; daughters, Barbara (Mrs. Robert) Sykora of Deep Haven, Marie (Mrs. Kenneth) Iverson of Eagan and Anne (Mrs. Glen) Soupir of Milroy; and sisters, Emma VanKeulen of Ghent, Elsie Schioegai of New Ulm and Carol (Mrs. Vick) Kesteloot of Marshall; brothers, Harry and Paul, both of Tracy and Robert and Roman, both of Milroy and 19 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, one son, two brothers, one sister and one grandson. home Businq Men. - Fri. 9 a.rn. Saturday - 10 a.r Sunday - WWG Drama Department "You're A Good Man Charlie NOVEMBER 13, 14, 15 at Westbrook & Walnut LAST PERFORMANCES Weatbrook High School November -- 1:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Snoopy Supper before show at Westbrook On stage 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. by WWG St. Prices: Adults $3.50, Students K-12 Preschool Free rlx mmattl ~ 18 lmxluetd I~, ~ rtt wRh, imd~ by Tmnm-Wltmark Mu~c i ~ my. ~c. Dovray. MN. Front Bar Specials 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. MON.: Mexican Food Ni Taco's - Help yourself- 50C ea. TUES.: Fish Special - An you 4.95 (prepared with no cholesterol WED.: LOTTO & DAILY 3 Steak & Toast w/one side- THURS.: Chicken & Rib baked potato, salad, choice of dressing - FRI.: 4 to 6 p.m. - Ladles Drinks - 1/2 price Free horsdoeuvre's for everyone 6:00 (Specials subject to change - substitutes Closed Thanksgiving Day & May we recommend the Smorgasbord - Turkey & all the beef. Serving from 11 to 1. Call for reservations - 425-2466.