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j Jaycees fill food shelf WALNUT GROVE--Local Jaycee members purchased $600.00 worth of groceries for the Walnut Grove Food Shelf and delivered it on Monday, November 19. Mike VanDeWiele, Rev. Huchel and Dave Hoyt unloaded the non-perishable items at the food shelf location in the United Methodist Church basement. Workers will sack up the Items and they will be available for those in need before Thanksgiving. St Photo. MN/DOT recorded road information reports Road Condition Reports are available for specific area of the state. Motorists are encouraged to call th'e-,Mn/DOT numbers listed below for a- recorded road report. FOR A GENERAL STATEWIDE REPORT CALL: Mn/DOT St. Paul - 612-296- 3076. *Toll Free - 1-800-542-0220. *This number provides geographic reports for north, south, central, and metro area, as well as statewide. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook MN - Wednesday, FORSPECIFIC EASC L iilj * Bemidji (218) 755-3816 | B rainerd (218) 828-2570 Crookston (218) 281-5641 Detroit Lakes (218) 847-2111 Duluth (218) 723-4866 Mankato (507) 345-8900 Marshall (507) 537-6133 , Morris (612) 589-2001 Owatonna (507) 285-7404 Rochester (507) 285-7404 St. Cloud (612) 255-4265 Virginia (218) 749-8090 Willmar (612) 235-9230 Windom (507) 831-2740 Left to right, Leo Theisen, Lynn Amdt, and Rick Decorations going up WESTBROOK -- Ron Worden and Dennis Jutting were busy Monday morning putting up the garland and Fights on the light poles in preparation for the holiday season. ST Photo. Three generations of florists WALNUT GROVE-- Three generations of florists gathered at Victoria's Floral last Wednesday to help Victoria get items ready for the Open House on Saturday. Victorla's mother and grandmother from Burnsville visited during the day. Showing off some of the Items they worked on during the day were from left to right, Victoria, her grandmother, Zetta , her mother, Anne, who is holding Victoria's daughter, Amelia -- possibly the fourth generation family florist? ST Photo. Lynn Arndt Lynn Arndt is a native of Jeffers and has degrees from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Campus, in Business and Vocational Ed, and from Mankato State University in Social Studies. She has taught in the Westbrook High School for nine years, and previous to thai time she was an instructor in the New London-Spicer High School. This year she is teaching in the WWG High School and Middle School. Her classes include High School office courses, social problems/current affairs, and Middle School keyboarding in grades 5 - 8. Her husband, Dean, farms near Jeffers. Hobbies and interests include, cooking, travel, and sports. She also spends a good share of her spare time serving on the Jeffers City Council. Rick Rick Mischke is Westbrook and has Math Education College, Huron, SD. He is a nineteen the Walnut Grove where he has taught been a wrestling and other school. This school teaching in the School and the High subjects are Business Algebra and 7th math. Rick and his wife, two daughters, Tina Leo Theise~ Leo Theisen comes from Upsala, MN. He of St. Cloud State degrees in Business coaching. He has taught in Grove School for ten coming to Walnut gained a family, and wife, Janet Brian, 1 3/4 years as a medical secrel Westbrook Hospital This year, Mr. teaching, computer accounting, business applications High School. In his likes sports, computers and his family. He grew farm and he enjoys help occasionally. Cub Scouts delivering popcorn WESTBROOK The Scout popcorn has arrived and the Cub Scouts are out delivering. We did order some extra, so if you were not contacted to order any ( or if anyone did not order enough) you may call 274-6558 to buy some. This is the only fund miser the Cub Scouts have each year. Thank you to eve.ryone who has supported the scouting program by buying popcorn. IUl II II I ' ack to the 60's" Friday, November 23 50c Hamburger 20c Cone 50c Malts 30c French Fries 45c Sundae 35c Bottle of Coke Bowling - 50c a llne Double "D", Bowl & Cafe Westbrook, MN. II II II IIIIIIII Lutefisk Supper at Someplace Else, Westbrook, MN. Sat Nov. 24- 6:30 p.m. NEW RELEASES: Back to the Future III Total Recall Stella Pretty Woman Jetson The Hunt for Red Oct. NOTICE: We will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 22 for Thanksgiving. Rent movies on Wed. and keep til Friday. DON'T FORGET: Gift Certificates make great Christmas gifts. Any amount is available Lutefisk & Lefse, Chicken, Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Vegetable, Salads, Buns & Coffee. $6.95 plus tax. Please call for reservations 274-6211 II II I I III IIII Music by Westbrook, MN. I II II I I III Body Repair Wheel Alignment Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modern body shops, with separate paint booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. WESTBROOK, MN. For appointments & reservations call 274-6796 or home 274-6421 Business hours: Mon. - Fri. 9 am. to 8 p.m. Saturday - 1 0 am. to 8 p.m. Sunday - CLOSED Receive adoption papers WESTBROOK -- Monday night, members of the Westbrook Lions Club received a framed adoption certificate lrom Schmidt Memorial Hospital administrator Judy Lichty. The Lions club has adopted a room at the hospital by donating $2,000 for the renovation of the room. The club also will dor ite $200 per year for the upkeep o! the room. Left to right Is Howard Nelson president, Bob Nelson, Kenny Jans and Judy Lichty. ST Photo. Dovray, MN. Front Bar Specials 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. MON.: Mexican Food Night Taco's - Help yourself-50C ea. . o . TUES.: Fish Special - All you can eat. $4.95 (prepared with no cholesterol frytng off) " " N .*.~, o o -, ~ WED.: LOTTO & DAILY 3 SPECIAL Steak & Toast w/one side- $4.72 THURS.: Chicken & Rib Special baked potato, salad, choice of dressing - $6.95 ~. ~. ~ ** . . .~. ~ ~. FRI.: 4 to 6 p.m. - Ladies Drinks - 1/2 price Free horsdoeuvre's for everyone 6:00 until gone (Specials subject to change - substitutes extra) II Closed Thanksgiving Day & Evening May we recommend the Corral's Smorgasbord - Turkey & all the trimmings, roast beef. Sendng from 11 to 1. Call for reservations - 425-2466. ON AT Sen1 Tribu office il Walnut G l I $1.50 pkg of only plus tax 1 / $1.00 pkg of only plus tax 1