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:ions Marine Pvt. Brian L. Cooley completes recruit training Marine Pvt. Brian L. Cooley, SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, November 21, 1990 ibrook Library Walnut Grove TOPS son of James L. and Charlott A. t klay 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Walnut Grove TOPS Club No. Cooley of Rural Route 2, ! !nesday 3 00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1169 will meet c~ch MotMay at the Westbrook, MN, has completed iY 9:00 a.m.- 12 noon recruit training at Marine Corps p.m. for weigh-in. Meeting from Recruit Depot, San Diego. ,ay 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon Community Building at 6:30 - 6:45 re During the 13-week training ver all,brook AA 6:45 - 7:15 p.m. cycle, Cooley was taught the basics , t Westbrook AA meetings are of battlefield survival. He was ager evcry Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. introduced to the typical daily Westbrook American Legion Redwood County Home routine that he will experience lbs to. Extension during his enlistment and studied -' spec Leader training Extension Home the personal and professional the TOPS Study Groups is November 27, at standards traditionally exhibited by [ ff . Dovrav TOPS Club No. 1336 1:30 p.m. at the Lamberton SW Marines. ; every Wednesday in theExperiment Station and 7:30 p.m. He participated in an active ;p ent of Our Savior's Lutheran at the Courthouse in Redwood physical conditioning program and ;ha fW h.d Weiegthnin:rom 5:00-5:30 Falls. gained proficiency in a variety of i;! ' g rom 5:30 - 6:00 The topic is "Getting Things Rachuy - Nelsen s g Done and Making a Difference engagement military skills including first aid, George and Myrtle has rifle marksmanship and close order Volunteers Get Involved . Hilja Rachuy and David Nelsen, drill. Teamwork and seif-di ipline Rausenberger d is tit Basic Education The public is cordially invited to together with their parents Bud and were emphasized throughout the celebrate 50th . 'ESTBROOK- Basic English, attend. Diana Rachuy and Marlowe and training cycle. s" living skills, preparation for Donna Nelsen, all of Westbrook, A 1990 graduate of Westbrook anniversary ospiIai GED test, etc. taught with "A Reminder" announce their engagement. High School, he joined the Marine Friends and relatives gathered !talz. idual learning plans. Classes Community Education is Hilja, a 1989 graduate of Corpsin June 1990. on Sunday, November 11, 1990 to .WSlS each Tuesday and Thursday making an appeal for more sign Mankato State University, is celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of George and Myrtle ]ning 7:00 - 9 00 p.m. at the ups for the tour "Alexander employed by Children's World ' tbrook Elementary Computer Ramsey House and Bachman's Learning Center, Hopkins as a (Spielman) Rausenberger. They " N - o fee for classes or Main Store" for Saturday, preschool teacher. David is a 1990 were married on November 20, grlals. For more information December 15, 1990. Deadline is graduate of Mankato State estbrook High School Office Friday, November 30th. Westbrook University and works as a public -6111) or Eunice Christensen, and Dovray persons who wish to accountant for KPMG Peat iructor (274-6491). go let us know, as bus will stop in Marwick in Minneapolis. your town for pick up, call 859- The wedding will be December 29, 1990 at Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook. College N S I Blood Pressure Clinic DOK--Free Blood .sure Clinic Wednesday, 28, at the Senior Center 2-4p.m. Center Turkey Supper 3K -- A turkey with all the trimmings will at the Senior Citizens Monday night, November 6p.m. Citizens are welcome to and eat for $3.00 each, to for the turkeys, if they are fish any food. will be Lu and Leslie and Helma Anderson. 2141. Also, all sign ups for floral arrangements at Victoria's, she will be contacting you for your date. If you wish to participate in other classes and have not signed up, please do so. Deadine is also November 30th. Mabel Mischke, Coordinator )d County Society four members and guests the 89th Annual Society Meeting held on 11, 1990. to office were Merv ter, President; Petra Cook, Wilder Pageant Committee WALNUT GROVE The Wilder Pageant Committee will .t meet Monday, November 26th at 7:00 p.m. at the Trinity Church. Dr. Henry Schmidt Memorial Hospital Westbrook, Minnesota November 12 - 18, 1990 ADMITTED: Lars l .arson Jeffers Arid Gertner Westbrook Art Kuehl Westbrook DISCHARGED: Rueben Nelson Westbrook Meredith Horning accepted at Augustana WALNUT GROVE -- Meredith Horning has been accepted at Augustana College for the 1991-92 academic year. She is a senior at Westbrook Walnut Grove High School in Westbrook, MN. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Homing of Revere, MN. Joseph Craig Olson Vice President; Judy Rand MEMORIAL: commended for service Robert Morgan, Alvin Backstrom Chief Petty Officer Olson's David Campbell, performance of duties while 3rd Commissioners serving as Electrical Division and Henry Schmidt, Leading Chief Petty Officer in ~or 5th Commissioners Senior Nutrition uss Baltimore (SSN 704) from 3 , t. I' :wly elected was Wendy July 1986 to 2 December 1986 was rCi.i. 0nd Vice president. Services commendable. Dufiag4his period, Ltefl. bxlaws were approved, membership dues were WALNUT GROVE ---Senior BAL'I'IMDRE conducted several Nutrition Services serving at the successful independent operations tsed to $5 Annual, $25 Single Community Center at 11:30 a.m. o[ ,great importance the security and $40 husband and wife each operating day. ot me Medaerranean. the rigorous Usical selections were Monday, November 26---Steak operational nature of these teriyaki, mashed potatoes, missions required constant by the Elness family. California vegetables, lemonvigilance on the part of Chief Petty son, Westbrook, pudding. Officer Olson. As Electrical program on the Dakota Shetek. Tuesday, November 27---Pork Division Leading Chief Petty roast, boiled potatoes, sauerkraut, Officer, he maintained the applesauce. Electrical Division at maximum Victoria Nelson honored on 87th birthday on sunday, November 1 lth, the day before her 87th birthday, Mrs. Victoria (Tora) Nelson was honored on the special occasion at a party held in the social meeting hall at Twin Circle Apartments (formerly Centennial Homes) in Tracy, where her sister-in-law, Katy Stolp lives. There were 46 in attendance, including her five children, Orleane Jensen, Joyce Jensen, Donna Dunlap, LeeAnn Wyffels and Dale O. Nelson, who hosted the celebration, several grandchildren and great- grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. They all arrived for the surprise party from LaSalle, Westbrook, Lynd, Minneapolis, Springfield, Morton, Marshall, Hutchinson, Storden, St. Paul, and Vermillion, SD. After a delicious pot-luck dinner, the people attending had a chance to get re-acquainted, as some had not seen each other for some years. Everyone joined in singing "How Great Thou Art," and afterwards honored "Grandma" by singing a song just for her - "We Love Grandma, Does She Know?" Before everyone headed for their various homes, it was time for coffee again, (Naturally!), and lunch, topped off by a delicious birthday cake baked by Victoria's niece, Norma Ackerman from Storden. It was decorated in yellow and blue, the typical Swedish colors, to honor Victoria's heritage. On Monday some neighbor ladies came to help remember her birthday, also. Another exciting happening on this birthday, was the news that came informing Victoria that a great-granddaughter, Eryn Marie, had been born to Sue and Paul Dunlap at the Marshall Hospital at 5 O'clock that afternoon, November 12thl[ "Grandma" will not soon forget her 87th birthday!! OPEN HOUSE Sun, Nov. 25 9:00 p.m. Bridal Show & Lunch at the Walnut Grove Communlty Center Introducing a new local service, Admlsslon at the door 81.00. One stop shopplng for all your wedding needs. Let us help you coordinate all your wedding plans at one place. Glenda Bottelberghe Rt. 1 Box 85 Walnut Grove Ph. 859-2732 tickets must he purchased in every morning at 10:00. Anyone no later than November 60 or older may participate in the meals by calling JoAnn Bertschi more information, call Utoft (home 859-2469) at the ;on Interiors, 1-800-658- Community Center, 859-2135 at or Hospice of Murray least one day prior to attending. [14. Cost of the meal is $2.13 or by contribution. 1940. George and Myrtle farmed in the area until 1980 when they moved to Westbrook upon retirement. A lunch of cake and coffee was served and guests enjoyed an afternoon of visiting. A free holiday Westbrook Community Ed Monday, December 3--6:30 - 10:30, Candy Making, Home Ec Room. Register deadline November 30. Tuesday, December 4 -- Christmas Centerpiece - Learn the basics of floral design, plus enjoy hands-on experience of making a Christmas centerpiece. Bring your own container for a Christmas arrangement. Materials will be paid for that evening, you pay for what you use. The class will be held in the Community Education Room #2, Westbrook Elementary School on December 4th from 7 - 9 p.m. Please pre-register by November 28, 1990 by calling 274-5450. Any questions concerning the class please call Clarene Schmalz at 445-3295. Swine Marketing Workshop A swine marketing workshop series will be offered by the Minnesota Extension Service of Southwest Minnesota. The first of three marketing series will be held in Fulda at the Corral Supper Club on Wednesday, November 28, from 10:00 a.m. to gift idea The countdown to Christmas is well under way. This means the panic over what to get that special someone is also on the rise. The Arthritis Foundation- Minnesota Chapter offers a University of Minnesota will thoughtful, practical and free present the marketing training for solution. Order a subscription to this workshop. The three part the Foundation's This bi-series will include the following monthly publication providesareas of swine marketing medically accurate information and information: suggestions for making daily living 1) Basic Swine Marketing: easier and more comfortable for Developing a marketing plan, people with arthritis. Topics when to sell; how to sell noon. Two other sessions will follow, being held at the same time on December 19 and January 29, 1991. John Lawrence, Extension Livestock Specialist from the We will be introducing our all new, Gi Gi Facial Wax System. Facial Waxing, reg. $5. O0 e.es,essss se eeeoeesseeeeeeeeeoee oeee#eee e=~#e e eeee~e===e'e" In honor of our Open House we would like to offer these Holiday Coupon Specials | U N N i IIIIll I,N N l,| ;I,| ~,| I,|,I IIII I I Perms n Colors (reg. $30.00 and up)n I 10% OFF ' i (with this CoupoIT) I (reg, $15.00 and up) 20% OFF (with this Coupon) Offer good week Dec. 4-8, n Otfer good week De(;. 4-8, 1990. Coupon must be ] 1990. Coupon must be presented. (No exceptions) / presented. (No exceptions) am im= em mm iml imm mm m= iim IIm am Im mm I=B mm am lIB elm Im iml Im lallm IIm Hours - Tuesday -Friday 8:30 to 5.00 Saturday 8. 0 to 12.00 . Evemngs and Mondays by Appointment Nobles County Fairground. ' ,$5.00 per light string. t Oe ~lJ I g o" Sponsored by Westbrook i **, %oi . Hospital Auxiliary. ,Contact: - Dolly Phelps (274-6512) Dr. Henry Schn t. dt ,or Judy Liehty (274-6121) Memorial Hosnltal ; j Tree will be lit Monday, @%.I Dec. 3. 6:30 p.m. during MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 Open House at Hospital. 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Open House from 5-7. Sponsored by Hospital Auxiliary Jtoft WORTHINGTON -- The Community Improvement Committee of the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce will again sponsor the Christmas at Pioneer Village the weekend of De,ember 7 & 8. Hours will he Friday, December 7, 6.'00 to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 8, 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. Cost is free. Children should be accompanied by an adult. The public is inviw.d to attend . Christmas at Pioneer Village which will feature Christmas musical entertainment, live lama's, sleigh rides, and Santa and Mrs. Claus will be present to take Christmas wishes from children and to hand out Christmas treats. Pioneer Village will also be decorated in Christmas fashion. Pioneer Village is located on the Downtown Tracy 629-3832 O a e Christmas at Pioneer Village . Special After Thanksgiving Sale Fri. & Sat Nov. 23 & 24 20% OFF Special Items Senior Citizens Special - 25% discount " Opening Winners: Darlene Froricks, Lucille Dolan restored the equipment to service enabling the ship to meet all operational commitments. Chief Petty Officer Olson's professionalism and loyal devotion to duty reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Naval Service. County Wednesday, November 28 -- efficiency by ensuring all Breaded fish, baked potato, dilled administrative, operational, and Home Tour carrots, bun, ice milk material requirements were Johanson Interiors, Thursday, November 29 -- skillfully accomplished. Displaying MN, along with the PARTY DAY. Lamberton and superb technical skill and Women of Today, will Westbrook invited. BBQ ribs,exceptional professionalism in a Holiday Home Tour on baked potato, scalloped corn, cake. troubleshooting a major fault to the November 24 with Friday, November 30--Chicken, Starboard Ship's Service Motor to go to Hospice of sweet potatoes, buttered apples. Generator, he directly contributed County. Meals include bread, butter, to the rapid localization and repair luncheon and fashion milk and coffee. Cards are played of this vital equipment. Through his tireless efforts he rapidly * oeeo eeeeooooooeo eooooeeoeeooOoeegooeoe eeoee oO O eee@ee ee eoee eeeeeoooooeoaeeeeeooeeeeooo.eo.oooeooeoee eO e~OOe ~o~eOoo~eee~O~ O to become enrolled in this workshop. All swine producers and area livestock industry businessmen are invited to enroll. 2. 0 pare to 4 pal "our for mr nmna " 10% OFF at Wooden Pony Week of Dec. 4-8, 1990 I Coupon must be presented. I (No exceptions) I m u~, ~m lu m mm im =m im ~m mll Iml Im mll Iml covered in past include "Travel and Arthritis: It's Possible With Planning," "Research: A Reason for Hope" and "Osteoarthritis of the Hands." To order a free subscription to the easy-to-read call 612- 874-1201. Greater Minnesota residents may call 1-800-333-1380. Also, ask for a complimentary copy of the December T il21hf&I which includes a story on research into sleep problems experienced by those who have rheumatoid arthritis, and the Chapter's education program directory. 2) Risk Management: Futures Market Swine Options 3) Strategies for Swine Marketing: Using the Marketing Plan There will be no charge for this workshop but farmers must preregister at their county extension office by November 26