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|111 III Letter to the Editor: To the Editor: I hope next year more people Last week we again had the will have the opportunity to attend opportunity to reflect on our the WWG School musical. "You're country's military history as we a Good Man Charlie Brown" honored our veterans. I wonder which was put on by the WWG how many Americans are like I am Charger Theater this year was a - when Veteran's Day comes, we success. The hours of practice paid complain about the inconvenience off. It was another area in which of no mail delivery, but we fail to we were shown how our youth and reJ,ember real reason for the faculty can work together and holiday. Do we spend any time show their talents. I don't think thinking abow the n illions who people are aware of the amount of have served in our a,med forces time and work spent on such a and the great numbers who production. Let us continue to sacrificed their lives so that we support them and even more so could enjoy the many freedoms we next year. A thank you to everyone have today? who worked on the musical this This year was different because year. of the Veteran's Day program that I Mary Larson directed at Westbrook Christian School. As the students memorized speeches from such great leaders as Letter to the Editor: General MacArthur, General If you didn't get to see the Patt3n, FDR, and others, I realized that they were great, in part, because they were willing to do all within their powers to help us retain the freedoms that countless others had died for in our history. The veterans from the American Legion and the VFW who presented the colors at the beginning of our program made our prograr9 extra special. It was very movrng to give special recognition to the nearly two dozen veterans attending the program. We thank men such as these for their part in defending our great United States and four foreign countries. Help me help these children by alerting your readers to St. Jude's unique fund raising project, recycling used Christmas cards. In addition to recycling used Christmas cards, the Ranch collects Campbell soup labels, and if your readers want to throw in a few bucks for the children that would be helpful too. The Kids will love you for it. Cordially, Ed McMahon NBC Studios P.S. Please send your Christmas card fronts to: St. Jude's Ranch for Children, P.O. Box 1426, Boulder City, NV 89005-1426, or you may turn in your card fronts at the Tribune Office in Walnut Grove and Pat will see that they are sent on. Bowling musical "Charlie Brown," you really missed a fun-filled Westbrook Men's Thursday performance. To see the "actors" and "actresses" was really great. I sat there and suddenly it was over. Where had the time gone? It was filled with fun with Susan Cooley as "Charlie Brown" and Susan, "Your a Good Man," with Jenny "Linus" Hopper, good thing you kept your blanket. "Lucy," Jennifer Halstenson, glad you found yourself, Leasa Bakken, you were an absolute "great" as "Snoopy." "Peppermint Patty," I loved you and "Schroder," what a terrific Beethoven, the rest of the actors Late Saturday Night Bowlin g --11/16/90 Olson-Johnson 4 Mischke-Nelsen 4 Anderson-Takle 3 Kronback- Lindaman 2 Ourada-Schmalz 1 --- Bakken- Gunderman 1 Couples 2 SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove- Westbrook, MR- Wednesday, November 21, 1990 ~,~ 4 Tracy Milroy win State 4 Class A Volleyball Title Men's High Series: Gene Lindaman 499 WALNUT GROVE -- A five games/'or the P;mthers. Marlowe Nelsen 495 scrappy Tracy-Milroy team fought The championship match Leon Mischke 488 their way back from almost another thriller with Win-E-IdJ unsurmountable odds in their first The Panthers lost the first Men's High Games: game in the state tournament to 15. They won the second BobOlson 214 take the 1990 Girls Class A 12 but then fell behind when Gene Kronback 184 championship last weekend. E-Mac took the third game 15- Ken Anderson 181 The Panthers, a team without a They got back in the senior, was down 2 games to again with a 15-9 win in the Women's High Series: Windom in the opening round, and game and overcame 6 m,' Gwen Anderson 482 were trailing the Eagles 14-11 points in the fifth game Sue Johnson 473 when they caught fire and turned it winning it 16-14. MardellaOIson 423 completely around. They caught A happy coach Terry and passed Windom in that third talking after the tournament Women's High Game game and then went on to take the "We didn't have many Phyllis Bakken 177 ncxt two games to advance to the matches during the year but GwenAnderson 171 semifinals, you're playing for the Sue Johnson 169 The semi finals match was championship I think we Maydelle Kronback 168 against Perham and went another haveplayed longer". Night Bowling--ll/15/90 VFW 27 Farm businessorganization/estate Double D Bowl 35 Lamberton Tuesday Night country. All of us have war on our minds and actresses, it was a terrific way these days as the situation in the " to spend an afternoon. Middle East is uncertain. While To Bill Richards, Tom Westbrook Saturday Night none of us would enjoy war, it is a Vondracek, Shelley Benson and Moonlighters 11/17/90 real possibility, and we need to the pit crew, to the lights people, Horkey & Peters 7 support all those in the various make up, everyone of you, a tip of branches of the military who are my hat and a hearty thanks a lot Erickson & Kingerys 6 currently in the danger area or gang. I11 be looking forward to the Kuehls & Singers 5 making preparations to go there, next production of the WWG ABD 4 They realize that the ultimate goal Theater, and hope to see those of of their training is to defend our you who missed this performance Mavis, Willis & Wordens 2 nation when necessary. Let's not at the next one. Watch these people Hemmer,s, Doris & repeat the attitude of the Viet Nan perform and no one will say, Micky 0 era when war protesters many"Those Dam Kids". times were more admired than Carolyn Benson Men's High Series: those giving their lives. Don Peters Carolyn VanLohLetter to the Editor: Dave Stresemann You have helped me in the past, Micky Dumas and I am grateful. Can I count on you again this year? The American public is becoming more aware of the tragedy of child abuse and neglect. But generally speaking, Americans Letter to the Editor: I'd like to thank and commend everyone involved in the WWG High School musical, "You're a Good Man, Chadie Brown." My four-year-old grandson, are not aware of some of the Danny and I, attended the programs in operation to rescue the innocent victims of brutality. Thursday afternoon performance, As I mentioned in my letter to We both enjoyed it immensely, proving it was a show for all ages. you last year, for the past eighteen The musical was a fine example of years I have donated my time and energies as a member of the Board how smoothly the schools from our of Trustees of one such two communities are being organization - St. Jude's Ranch for blended together. Children in Boulder City, NV, a Congratulations to each person who contributed to a fine nonsectarian facility just outside production! Las Vegas. Sincerely, St. Jude's has grown from a Eunice Christen.sen capacity of 38 children to a total of 166 in the past 18 months. They care for children from across the Re inel (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 Patrlcla 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 Maynards Funks 39 Men'sLate League--- planning/social security 58 High Series:Ill13/90 C&L 32 67 Jerry's Sportsman Organization of the farm with: Farm Business Mana Double D Care 28 71 Bowl 29 15 business, estate planning, and Mt. Lake HS, Mt. Lake, Greenwood managing Social Security are56159. Registration at the High Series: Nursery 23 21 topics to be addressed in a program S5.00 additional. Jr. Severson 605 Wally's Feeder that will be held at the Windom This program is co-s Leon Mischke 552 Pigs 22 22 American Legion Club on the Southwest Counties DonPaplow 547 Revere Coops 21 23 Thursday, December6, 1990. Minnesota Extension Cactus Bar 19 25 Neil E. Harl, a widely respected Southwest Farm High Games: Hoyt Oil & Professor of Economics at Iowa Management, and Jr. Severson 214 Convenience18 26 State University, will be the Southwestern Technical Jr. Severson 213 featured speaker on Farm Business Jackson. Duane Ourada 212 High Series: Organization and Estate Planning. Wally Brown 617 His discussion will include many Farm computer fairs DaveBaumann 573 topics relating to proper farm A Farm Computer Fair 1 Jerry Field 548 transfer from parents to sons or held in three Minnesota daughter. A few of the topics he during December. 2 High Games: will cover include: Types of parent The fair, sponsored by 3 JerryField 233 to child arrangements; Farm 4 RogerKleven 213 partnership and Farm corporations; University of Wally Brown 211 Farm business continuation; and Extension Service, will 6 Retirement and Estate Planning. workshops and vendor Ron Woltjer will discuss Dates and locations are Optimizing Social Security December 4, at the VF'# 8 Lamberton Tuesday Night Benefits. Woltjer, a financial Luverne; Wednesday, Ladies League---Ill13/90 consultant from Little Falls,/'AN, Wilson Trailer has developed a computerizedat the downtown 510 Repair 28 16 Mankato and Thursday, 507 Rues Super Valu 26 18 Social Security Analysis Computer 6, at the Hoffman HouSe 478 Program. His presentation will J&LVariety 26 18 include topics that will be Rochester. Betty's Beauties 20 24 important to young farm families The popular event has 190 Lamberton Dist. 18 26 as well as those families that are expanded this year. Last year, 189 Wabasso Bldg. near retirement. Planr, ing for social event was held in Mankato 179 Center 14 30 security benefits will be the main and attracted about 1,000 theme of his presentation. The computer fair is 179 High Series: Registration will be held at 9:00 the intire family.-It won't make: Sharon Pilaczynski 505 a.m. with the meeting starting at an expert, but you'll get 468 Linda Horn 502 9:30 a.m. and continuing until 3:45 background information to 446 Betty Baumann 496 p.m. buying and computer Preregistration is preferred but decisions. 433 High Games: not a requirement. Preregistration Workshops at 10:00 & I' Mary Olson 190 cost for this program is $35.00 per a.m. and at 1:00 & 2:00 p.m. 176 Betty Baumann 181" person or $55.00 per couple. This scheduled on these topics: 162 Sharon Pilaczynski includes a noon meal. Pre-register Do I need a computer?. 161 Linda Horn 180 A computer as part family. 161 Life Insurance Software and Tracy Late Monday Night decisions. Women's Bowling---ll/12/90 Who can you Computer applications. 13 John's Super Value 33 - 20 e call Advanced users forum. 31 13 Nelda'sTaxServ. 33 19 have There is no admission 25 19 Tracy State Bank 31 - 21 (Itlesli0ns Approximately 30 vendors 24 20 Fedde's Repair29 - 23 e atx)0l life - have booths and displays at 23 21 Arnie's Standard 28 1/2 - 23 1/2 fair. Exhibits open at 9:00 a.m. 22 22 Am. Faro. Ins.21 - 31 continue until 4:00 p.m. 21 - 23 Dairy Queen 17 1/2- 34 1/2 Roger Haar 21 23 Red Rooster 15 - 37 19 25 e Main Street 17 - 27 High Series: 17 - 27 Kathy Van Moer 514 Westbrook. MN 13 31 Arlene West 545 274-6164 High Games: State Farm Ue 491 Kathy VanMoer 225 rot, nee 476 Arlene West 197 Mine 472 Arlene West 192 Men's High Games: Dave Stresemann Micky Dumas Dave Stresemann Jon Schmidt Women's High Series: Diane Bunting Bey Busswitz Darlene Amundsen Women's High Games: Diane Bunting Darlene Amundsen Diane Bunting Bev Busswitz Wl stbrook Monday Night Ladies Bowling--Ill19/90 Double D Bowl 31 Rongstads Ins. Dovray Manor Boecks Const. SW State Bank Klasses Sales Lloyds Amoco VFW Aux. Elkhorn Inn Lichty Drug Jensen Clippers State Farm Ins. High Series: Nancy Boeck Ranae Sell Marion Anderson High Games: Nancy Boeck 189 Gwen Anderson 183 Gloria Doom 179 Westbrook Men's Tuesday Night---11/13/90 Double D Cafe 60 39 Double D Bowl 60 39 Lichty Drug 50 49 Elkhorn Inn 28 71 High Series: Micky Dumas 507 Bob Nelsen 482 Dean Winter 476 High Games: Micky Dumas 181 Rick Fogel 180 Bob Nelsen 175 Outdoor Lighted Holiday Decorations! 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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 I Ill II I I I ON Sl.00 pkg of Pads We are located at: Lloyd's Amoco only Westbrook, MN. plus tax