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Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker and Lowell Schmiesing were businessfamily of Warminster, PA, arrived SENTINEL & TRIBUNE callers at Mankato. at the parental home of Donn and Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, November 21,1 Saturday forenoon Mary Cleo Baker on Saturday and will II II III ' Prechel, Joyce and Tom visited be spending a week visiting Lillian Lavicky at her Marshall relatives and friends. Added TEN YEARS AGO A $100 donation in memory of apartment. Sunday guests were Cynthia Peterson, Nathan and Leslie of William Duscher home it~lNovel November 20, 1980 the late A.W. Olson was presented Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wegner and family of Courtland to the Council Monday night by Oscar Steffen attended the soup and CollirPB4tker of Hastings. rural Marshall, and Mrs. Dean Saturday. ~tlay at Mrs. Paula Douglass presented Mrs. Frank Smith to be used for and pie supper at Old Westbrook " Bruns and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ken ~the the First place Red Rock Phoenix, AZ were w:eeketrjouthc Conference Volleyball Trophy to landscaping the cemetery. Church, a benefit for Inga Aadland. of their uncle, Ankcr Ped@ mac The annual election of officers BrentandEllenJensen spent the Lucan Mi!rov Mr. and Mrs. Hans lit.men team captains Jolene Rowan and of the Trinity Lutheran Churchman weekend with her parents, Mr. and Roxy Soil. visited her brother, OscatTl'ned 1 Charles Baxter, Sister Eunice was held November 10. Grant Lee Mrs. Lawrence Smssen. in Marshall Monday. ,~ildH was elected president; Emil Delores Swenson was a anu Rene Timmerman admired the,The Randy Morkens a 'J s w, new sign installed at St. Paul's Steffen, treasurer; Wilbur Oberg, Saturday afternoon coffee guest at The Women of Our Savior s of Alexandria and Rev. Catholic Church b) members of secretary; Wm E. Olson, contact the Bruce and Maydra Maas home. Francis and Agnes Maney's Lutheran church met Thursday. the church committee. The sign man; Frank Roemhildt, pianist. Bruce and Brenda Arndtson of Thursday night guests were Lisa Cindy Petersen presided and Dona Don Comnick attended tht. see4 i Jr -~l~ll lOS was selected to blend with and Hastings spent the weekend at the Schwarbauer of Sauk Rapids and Petersen was at the piano. Marlys of Loren Simon at ~as Hamilton Birk FuneralL~ or compliment the front of the church, Ken and June Tietz home. Theyall her fiance, Stipe Vasilj of Lund of Cottonwood spoke to the R vi'"'C, II~80-8 Wednesday ev. ,-,~,- . with the wood and colors matching FORTY attended the Tom Doubler-Pat Yugoslavia, who were on their way group. assisted at the fune ra l ~Sr,Cs~ Ankrum wedding Saturday to visit relatives in Omaha, NE. Marge Oberg conductea the perfectly.Mr, and Mrs. Bernie Leiferman, YEARS AGO afternoon. Lucan American Legion Post dedication of the Thankoffering Morken was the soloist wi~r Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sell and Mike November 23, 1950 Tuesday Mrs. Lowell 467 hosted the Redwood County Campbell of Marshall spent the weekend at the Kermit Kirstenson home at Motley deer hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shaw served as Mission Interpreters in the Mission Saturation Program of the Southwest District of the United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Osland attended Singspiration at the Highwater Lutheran Church and the showing of the film "The Hiding Place". Three members of the Walnut Grove High School football team were named to the 16-man Red Rock All Conference team at a meeting of the conference at Storden Thursday night. They are Bob Foster, A! Farber, and Ed Fujan. Dr. James B. Sawyer was in Minneapolis Monday to take his physical examinations. The trailer house belonging to Clyde Morris was badly damaged by fire Sunday morning. Mr. and YEARS AGO Schmiesing serviced the LWML meeting at Tracy Faith Lutheran Church. Friday Kleota Bittner visited Della Gordon and Pearl Wiggins at Christian Manor and Sadie Knapper at the Tracy Hospital. Monday noon guests at the Dwight and Gloria Jacobs home were Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Jensen of Chicago, IL. Sunday Dick and Shirley Knakmuhs took dinner to the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Embree home at Mrs. Morris have moved to rooms 'l;'Tl~'a.I;' at the Ed. Huesmann home. Lamberton to celebrate her father's ** ~a.~=x-l.=v~t:4~. After a summer of mediocre 84th birthday. Thursday evening Shirley November 18, 1965 The fire department was called to the Albert Haring home last Friday afternoon when the garage caught tire. Seventeen Explorers, accompanied by Jacob Kenyon, advisor, George Landuyt and Bert Dibley, spent the weekend in the Cities. results, fisherman are reporting food luck fishing through the ice on Lake Shetek, with many fishermen getting three or four good sized walleyes for a day's fishing. Tuesday afternoon Carl Koschick pulled in an 8-pound walleye and Frank Herder got a 6- pound northern. ii it birthday party for his father Wood of St. Peter. Ken and June Tietz attended the 25th wedding anniversary for James and Diane Shaw at the i Dovray Manor Sunday afternoon. Kelly Baxter, who attends Knakmuhs attended the Fulda Junior High Band Concert. Sunday supper guests at the Roger and Linda Kleven home to honor Linda's birthday were Marvin and Beth Kleven and James, Andy and Erika and Henry and Gladys Kleven. Saturday afternoon Kleota Bitmer visited Esther Rudenick at the Heritage Apartments at Wabasso. Curtis Swenson of Northfield was a Tuesday afternoon coffee guest, at the Jo Anderson apartment. Friday afternoon, Emma Steffen of Lamberton was a coffee guest. Guests for the weekend at the James and Diane Shaw home at Dovray were: Steve and Carol Schneider and Bill of Norwood, Bob Shaw of Washington, D. C Jim and Denise Dressen, Mankato. All attended the wedding of Tom Doubler and Patti Ankrum on Saturday at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Walnut Grove. Sunday, November 19th, a surprise 25th anniversary party for James and Diane Shaw was held at Dovray. The party was given by their children, Jim and Denise Dressen of Mankato, Bob Shaw of Washington, D.C Melissa Shaw of Bloomington and Brian Shaw of "Dovray. Friends and relatives from Norwood, Balaton, Walnut Grove, Currie, Avoca, Porter and St. James attended. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kassel, Mr. AI and Marilyn Farber returned home Tuesday after visiLing Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Farber at Seattle, WA. AI and Marilyn visitedL:with Althea Pieper at Norwood and Mr. and Mrs. Roger ChristopheLat Hudson, WI. Jason and Chad Frahm of Marshall were Wednesday visitors college at Ames, IA, is spending a of Cliff and Ella Frahm. few days visiting her grandmother, Rachael Oestreich spent the Audrey Baxter. weekend of the 10th with herMr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson of daughter and family, Mrs. Larry Porter were weekend guests of Curwick, Stephanie and Cindy of Verna Benedict. They came Marshall. especially to attend the Doubler- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rausenberger Ankrum wedding. and Edna Miranowski of Mr. and Mrs. William Versavel Westbrook were Sunday visitors of of Marshall were Monday visitors ~1 Mischke.' ~ ~ : ~ " of Joe and June Boerboom. , Mrs. Cora Noreen and Mrs. Robert and Bonnie Boei'ooom, Marvin Deinhart of St: James, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Noyes of and Mrs. Charles Schuhz of Marshall, Gayle and Bob Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. RanweilerofNewUlmandGlenda Andrew Thompson of Orlando,Schulte and girls of St. Cloud met FL, Joel Nicolai of Orlando, F-L,at the Best Western in Marshall for and Mrs. Brad Johnson and Mrs. Miss Julie Thompson of brunch on Sunday. Dave Doubler attended a wedding Gainsville, FL, Mr. Jeff Keen of Lawrence and Avenell Boelke reception for Mrs. Kassel's Atlanta, GA and Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nephew, Stuart and Shannon Marvin Nicolai of Brainerd were and Mrs. Jim Jensen of New Ulm. weekend guests of Art and:R6 a Olga Larson was a Monday Doubler. They came especially to morning coffee guest of Edna attend the Doubler-Ankrum Carlson. wedding. Jim and Shaft DeBates and girls Melheim, of Celeste, TX, held at the Community Building at Butterfield, S tmday afternoon. Mrs. James Schman, Joy, Tummy and Thomas of Spicer were Sunday afternoon visitors at Veteran's Day dinner honoring the 1st and 2nd World War Veterans and their wives and widows, Sunday, November llth at the Lucan Community Center at 6:00 p.m. Father Pistulka led the meal prayer and also prayers for the deceased Veterans. Speaker for the evening was Gary Mace, Second District Vice Commander. Entertainment included Ed Fernholz on the piano, Reuben Lunge on the accordian and the Wabasso High School Pop Singing group directed by Kim Fragodt. Dinner was catered by Toni's of Marshall. In observance of American Education Week, Robert Plaetz, Myron and Shirley Macht, Vernon and Jeff Wurscher and Myrtle Martin represented the Lucan area American Legion and Auxiliary units Tuesday with gifts for the teachers and Mary Ann Kramer, the Principal in Our Lady of Victory School. They were treated to noon lunch with the children and their teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nesteby, Mrs. Martha VanLoy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bittner and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wurscher attended the funeral Saturday for Roger Ridler of Clara City at Renville. The Bruce Danielsons of Mankato spent the weekend with Martha VanLoy and also visited the Nestebys. Saturday evening Mona Ourada, Marsha Danielson, Judy Hansen and Martha VanLoy visited the John VanLoys at Wabasso. Mrs. Merle Bruns, with Mrs. Ebba Timgren of Vesta joined a group to help Mrs. Caroline Zorn observe her birthday Saturday at her home in Redwood Fails. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bruns spent Saturday with Mrs. Marguerite Dittbenner at Sunwood in Redwood Falls. Mrs. Irene Dallmann visited Belview Nursing Home residents Sunday. She also visited her daughter, Judy Zachow "'in Redwood Falls early in the week. Mrs. Sue Hammerschmidt's Wednesday,visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hammerschmidt of Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammerschmidt of Sleepy Eye and Mrs. Betty Schmidt of Redwood Falls. All had been to John Zwach's funeral. Mrs. Elaine Hansen of Lamberton spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lowell were weekend visitors of Margaret Schmiesing, Daniel andR0~:%.l~Bates. They came especially to the Chester Addison home. William Hansen. Kevin and Paula Phillippe of Mrs. Beverly Quam of were ainner guests o[ l-ritz ann dltena the Doubler-Ankrum Fairmont spent Sunday visiting his Burnsville visited Bud and Gwen Isabelle Mueller at Wabasso. wedding. Sunday a pre-Thanksgiving Gunhild Johnson, Grace grandmother, Ida Johnson, at BrunsWednesday. dinner was held at the Ken and Nordstrom and Lawrence and Grove Apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brau June Tietz home. Attending were enell Boelke were Sunday Guests at the Bob Syverson entertained at Sunday dinner to Bruce and Brenda Arndtson of isitors of Margaret DeBates. home for Susie and Bob's honor Dusty on his birthday. The Hastings and Randy and jetz Esther Severson was a Saturday November 16th birthdays were guests were the Leroy Braus of and children, visitor. Roy and Bertha Syverson, Redwood Falls, Trevor Brau of Albina Wood spent last$ al tMr, and Mrs. Alvin Salmela and Margaret Schermerhorn, Roy Earl Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Donner and Mr. and Mrs. Ray at the Barry Gene Wood. holt ?,lg n of Minneapolis were Friday and Delores Syverson, Oak, Linnea Brau. Prior Lake for a surprise 51st afternoon visitors of John and and Anna Kelsey and Kim Klontz. Eileen Elias. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Gilb and FOR SALE Christmas Jenny Syverson came home from Augustana College for the birthday celebration. Dan Peterson and Carmine VanDeWiele of Mankato and Judy Burns of Garvin were weekend uests at the Shirley Peterson omc. Kent of New Ulm, Mrs. Mark Bestick and Stephanie of St. Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brau helped Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Donner observe their wedding anniversary Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donner were Thursday supper Shirley Peterson and Fred Sliker guests at the Kevin Kosel home in Redwood Falls. All attended the Wreaths were Sunday afternoon visitors of 7th, 8th and 9th Choir and Band Maud Peterson at Parkview Concert at the R.F. High. Jerick Nursing HomeinBelview. osel was a member in the Starting the week after Thanksgiving. DorothyGrunden called on Concert. By Trinity Lutheran Youth Group of Walnut Grove Kathy Rykhus on Monday, Milly Jensen, LaVon Jensen, Any questions call Tina Mischke, 85g-2510. November 12th. Leonard and Rose Dudgeon, Hannah Kormann Dorothy called on her Wednesday and Myrtle Martin ate at the On sale at the Parsonage Garage. Trees from Pam Roepke Ill Ill I Ill Residents Agree Grove Apartments is a great place to livel Here's what she has to say; "1 like it here because the people are so nice & friendly. Them is no snow to shovel or lawn to mow & there's always something going on." Meet Susan Lanners afternoon. Leonard and Dorothy Grunden were coffee guests at the Carl Johnson home Saturday afternoon. They were luncheon guests at the Ed Knakmuhs home Sunday evening. Clair and Betty Baker were weekend guests of Don and Barb Bredthauer of Omaha. NE. Redwood Falls Mealsite Monday noon. Rose spent the afternoon at the Clem Brau home, Lavon visited Doris Thompson and Myrtle. Martin visited Dorothea Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bruns entertained at a birthday dinner for Merle Brans Friday evening when guests were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bruns and Cody, Tracy, Mrs. Steve for a Sign up at any Club member's business starting November 26. DRAWING DEC. 1 - 8 - 15 - 22 One winner per week. Grove Apartments: We're Where You Belong! One ufiit now open! 859-2489 361 8th St. #106 Walnut Grove " boxes. The hostesses were Marge Morken accompanist. Oberg, Olga Beebout and Rae Ann Flesner. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Petersen attended the funeral of her father, Otto Swanson at the Presbyterian church in Marshall, Friday. The Marvin Obergs and Litlian Petersen also attended. Rev. and Mrs. Don Comnick gave a program at the Christian Manor in Tracy, Friday. The Ronnie Wixons and Violet Lovald attended the funeral of Mrs. Astor Johnson at Tracy Lutheran in Tracy, Wednes lay. On Thursday they attended the funeral of Ronnie's cousin, Mrs. Harry (Meta) Hull, 91, at the Memorial Presbyterian church in Cherokee, IA. A veterans Day program was held at the Milroy public school, Monday. Commander Randy McCain presided. American Legion Post #274 presented the Colors. The Amiret 4-H Club presented in slides "You're a Grand Old Flag. The Invocation and Benediction was given by Rev. Dan Hermanson. Fern Christensen returned home Tuesday after spending a week with her daughter Mrs. Victor Jorges in Burnsville and with her son Paul Holmberg in Eden Prairie. She also visited her brother Ken Bergman at Thief River Falls and with her cousin, Rev. Loren Youngdahl at Fergus Falls. Lillian Petersen attended the funeral of Lillian Arseth at Christ Lutheran Church in Marshall, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dolan attended the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dahmes at the Community Center in Wabasso last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Moudry and Bill helped Mrs. Catherine Duscher celebrate her birthday at the The Milroy America~ Auxiliary the teachers of the school at the Legion of American Education people of the commuml invited to meet the were guests for lunch. Colleen Zwach of and Peggy Schmoll of Grove were Tuesday guests with their Roberts Zwachs St. Wednesday they with attended the funeral of brother, John Zwach uncle, at Our Lady of Catholic Church in Lucan. FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Call Zupfer, Plum Walnut For complete and ( Auction Service Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 The Sound that Dr. F. E. 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