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Expired D.L.: Barbara Lynn Allow open bottle: Clayton, Smith, Windom, MN,$22.00. John Parker, Storden, MN, DAR: Clayton John Parker, $220.00. Storden, MN, $330.00, Jail/Prison: Underage consumption: Stayed 30 days for 1 year, Pay all Clayton John Parker, Storden, MN, fines and surcharges; no s/s viol. 1 $55.00. year. Failure to trans, owners: DWI: Thomas James Duncan, Harold Caviness;- )BA Caviness Mt. Lake, MN, $625.00, AutoSales, Windom',MN,$44.00. Jail/Prison:,Stayed 30 days for 1 Theft: Richard Lee Berghorst, ./.Q.b*J fair year. Driver s schcol, Pay fines and Windom, MN, $165.00. assrnnts; no s/s viol. 1 year;, attend . and complete driver improvement NSF: Gail Ann Hartle, ' i clinic. Open Bottle: Brian Lee Koffron, Jackson, MN $110.00. At this writing the Vine is admiring Navaho and Abraxus. For landlubbers who are not familiar with the brlney deep, Navaho Is the new rescue vessel of the International Wildlife Coalition, parent organization of the Whale Adoption Project. Navaho will partake in whale rescue and research In the Atlantic Ocean. Abraxus is one of the whales that has been a III observed by the IWF over the past several years, and she visited the Navaho on a recent whale patrol about thirty mllee east of Nantucket Island in the Atlantic. IWF sent a color Westbrook Monday Night picture to this corner of the visit, a really timely bit of Ladies Bowling -12/10/90 Christmas news. There is a bit of "puffed up" chest DoubleD Bowl 37 - 19 accompanying the news as IWF sent a message of thanks for Rongstads Ins. 35 - 21 helping purchase the vessel that is the most Impressive an(: Doway Manor 3] - 25 practical In New England. One day the Vine hopes to BoccksConsL 30 - 26 experience a whale watch on the Navaho. Being a LloydsAmoco 29 - 27 "landlubber", however, there is some concern about that Klasses Sales27 - 29 disease some people contact at sea -- if memory serves me VFW Aux. 27 - 29 right, It is called "sea sickness". Eikhom Inn 27 - 29 SW State Bank 27 - 29 It Is not conducive to Santa's Sleigh as yet, but perhaps Jensens Clippers 25 31 Lichty Drug 22 - 34 State Farm Ins, 19 37 we will get some snow by Santa Time. Almost all the snow we received a week ago is melted and this day, Tuesday, December 11, there is a fairly heavy fog In the air with mild temperatures. Perhaps the world is topsy turvy and we should be planting crops at this time. It will probably snow In July. Everyone welcomes the break in heating fue/use and the ease of getting around without slipping and sliding. Walnut Grove Elementary Christmas Concert will be held this Thursday, December 13 at the Walnut Grove School. Grades K-4 will be performing for your enjoyment. Concert time is 7 p.m. Lions Club paper pick-up will be this Saturday, December 15. Have papers on the curb in bundles or bags by 1 p.m. Remember, only news print type' paper. No shiny magazines. On Thursday, December 20 the Citizens State Bank will host their annual Wassail at the bank from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. High Series: Nancy Boeck 500 Sue Johnson 496 Laurie Jorgenson 490 High Games Dorothy Kleven 199 Joan Jorgenson 192 Ranae Sell 188 Westbrook Men's Thm-sday Night Bowling----11/29/90 Also on Thursday, December 20, the Westbrook Walnut VFW 79 - 29 Grove Middle Schoo/Christmas Concert will be held In the Double D Bowl66 - 42 Walnut Grove School at 7:30 p.m. Maynards 65 - 43 Take a break - put your feet up and RELAX. Don't get all Funks 41 - 67 stressed out with all the holiday preparations. HAVE A GOOD WEEK! Double D Care37 - 71 C&L 36 - 72 Windom, MN, $55.00 Restitution $75.31. Allow dog to run: Christine Kay Meier, Windom, MN, $25.00. Westbrook Men's Tuesday Night--12/4/90 Double D Cafe 71 - 55 Double D Bowl 69 - 57 Lighty's Drug 59 - 67 Elkhorn Inn 53 - 73 High Series: /dicky Dumas 544 Shorty Wahl 514 Roy Spielman 509 SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Wsstbrook, MN - Wednesday, December 12,1 Cottonwood County District Court Nov. 30 - Dec. 6, 1990 Speeding: $44.00 - Elizabeth Alvera Borchardt, Windom, MN; Willard Dale Denherdcr, Sioux Center, IA, Albert August Eichner, Westbrook, MN; Ralph Warren Martinsen, Comfrey, MN; Jane Louise Downs, Butterfield, MN, Sandra Jo Jarmer, Westbrook, MN; Connie Ann Bartelt, Windom, MN; Laurence Patrick Byrne, Currie, MN; Roger James Fellows, Minneapolis, MN; John Vincent Weber, No. Mankato, MN; Jerry Allan Bell, Huron, SD; Jerry Edward Haberman, Mountain Lake, MN; Leo Raymond Vaske, No. Mankato, MN; Willard Alfred Schultz, Litchfield, MN. $55.00 - Erik Philip Helland, Sioux Falls, SD; Tara Lee Burns, Burnsville, MN; Alice Joann Polz, Jackson, MN; Lori Kay Thatcher, Sioux City, IA; Lenore Berdella Hale, Windom, MN; Thresa Ann WiR, Hospers, IA. '$66.00 - Trevor Roger Johnson, Westbrook, MN; Thomas Allen Hanson, Butterfield, MN; Kathryn Lois Kingery, High Series: Tim Timgren 535 Roy Hemmert 529 Darrell Horkey 529 Red Nelsen 527 High Games: Tim Timgren 212 Don Paplow 204 Roy Hemmert 201 Westbrook Men's Thursday Night Bowling----12/6/90 Glendale, IL. VFW 84 33 Failure to stop: Stephen LeeMaynards 48 Klassen, Mountain Lake, MN, Double D Bowl - 51 $44.00. Funks 48 - 69 No taillights: Byron Eugene Richter, Windom, MN, $22.00.Double D Care 46 71 No seatbelts: Ray Dean C&L 38 79 Hostedcr, Wyoming. MN, $10.00; High Series: Alice Joann Polz, Jackson, MN. Irv Johnson 529 $10.00. Expired tabs: Barbara Lynn Craig Jans 525 Smith, Windom, MN, $22.00. David Green 520 (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 Patricla Paterson Editor Madeline Alcorn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring lypeeetter Edna Lassman Walnut Grove Correspondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mrs. Donald Comnick MIIroy 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 In the following counties: Cottonwood, Redwood, Lyon, Murray, and Nobles $13.00 Per Year Elsewhere in Minnesota - $16.00 Per Year Out of State - $20.00 Per Year Canada & foreign countries inquire at the Sentinel-Tribune Office "Snowbirds" may put their paper on hold at no extra charge while they are gone, or pay $4.00 extra to have it mailed odt of state. Missed copies cannot be furnished because the cost of mailing single copies is almost $I .00 Any request for a back copy must include $1.50. Newstand price is 35 cents per copy. 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 507-274-6138 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 Paterson at 859-2120 High Games: Irv Johnson 193 Roy Hemmen 191 David Green 190 Late Saturday Night Couples Bowling --12/8/90 Anderson-Takle 11 - 4 Ourada-Schmalz 11 - 4 Kronback- Lindaman 10 - 5 Olson-Johnson 6 - 9 Mischke-Nelsen 5 I0 Bakken- Gundermann 2 - 13 Men's High Series: Steve Schmalz 486 Gene Kronback 469 Gene Lindaman 459 Men'sHigh Games: Gene Kronback 180 Steve Schmalz 167 Steve Schmalz 164 Gene Lindaman 166 Women's High Series: Gwen Anderson 526 Sue Johnson 464 Gloria Doom 450 Women's High Game Gwen Anderson 189 Maydelie Kronback 174 Gwen Anderson 173 you, the best from your Check out the Allstate Motor Club. You may find we give you more benefits for your membership dollar. And with our low price, you could wind up saving .--'~ ,~ moneyl ]Pllolle 831-1322 SOUTHWEST S TA TE Wladem, Wmebrm & DKf.r Lamberton Tuesday Night Lamberton Tuesda Ladies League---12/4/90 Men's Late Lea Rues Super Valu 35 - 21 Jerry's Sportsman Wilson Trailer Bowl 37 Repair 33 - 23 Revere Coops 28 J & L Variety 32 - 24 Greenwood Betty's Beauties 26 - 30 Nursery 26 Lamberton Dist. 24 - 32 Wally's Feeder Wabasso Build. Pigs 26 Center 18 - 38 Cactus Bar 26 Hoyt Oil & High Series: Convenience 25 Sherry Field Jani Coulter Barb Wetter Merge Wendland Jackie Senst High Games: Karen Neperman Sherry Field Merge Wendland Letter to the Editor High Games: Once again this year, Walnut Micky Dumas 199 Grove homeowner's have treated Willis Beckman 197 us to their talents in decorating RoySpielman 197 their homes outdoors. One outstanding example, at least in this writer's opinion, is at the former Buck Swoffer residence on 8th Street. One of the present Tracy Late Monday Night owners has used her New England background to best describe what Women's Bowling--12/3/90 this most Holy Season is all about. John's Super Valu 40 20 Them is a feeling of expectation in Nelda's Tax Serv. 36 24 the stark beauty in this most simple Arnie's Standard 34 1/2- 25 1/2 arrangement. The quiet, tasteful Tmcy State Bank 34 26 elegance is worth the drive by to Fedde's Repair 31 29 view and reflect on what this Am. Family 26 34 season is all about. Dairy Queen 20 1/2- 39 1/2 Red Rooster 18 42 Letter to the Editor: Please ask your readers to send High Series: our fourth grade class any Lu Anderson 552 information or items that would help us learn about your state. We High Games: are studying Minnesota and we feel Arlene West 200 that your readers can teach us a loL Lu Anderson 195 We appreciate you publishing our Linda Towns 190 letter and helping us learn about the United States. Sincerely, Nathalie Smalls L. W. CoMer 8040 Hunt Club Road' Traey Men's Thursday Night Bowling---12/6/90 Columbia, SC 29223 Fedd 's Repair 37 19 c/o Nathalie Smalls Tracy Lanes 31 25 Mad Club 31 25 Hoyt Oil 30 26 W.G. Legion 27 29 F & M Bank 24 32 Fox Electric 22 34 Homera 22 34 585 583 573 Letter to the Editor: As senior dining participants, we would like to thank the community for their support of the Senior Nutrition Program, In the Christmas spirit . . . a time of celebration and gladness, we wanted to express our appreciation to the city, the media, businesses, clubs, and senior citizens organizations for their generosity and help in keeping our program afloat. Senior Dining and Home Delivered Meals evolved from the "Older Americans Act of 1965." However, over 40 percent of the funding comes from seniors like 223 212 211 High Series: Eric Nelson Jay Swanson Tufty Meyer High Game: Darrcl Janssen Ken Miller Don West 180 176 High Series: 175 Jerry Field 175 Shorty Homing 175 Gene Hildreth High Games: 490 Don Fester 478 Jerry Field 476 Wally Brown It's your opportunity to Christmas shop at your home-owned bank and hometown stores! ourselves who also time and energy. Not only do we well-balanced meal that good as it tastes, but we company of others in a caring atmosphere. The goal of Senior Services is to maintain 0t the health of older their independence, unnecessary nursing Companionship is often our lives. We would like to suggest to those with their Christmas gift lis give a gift that's practical, and very senior dining meal more information about Nutrition Services and Dining Program call between 10:00 a.m. and at 859-2135. Thanks who have helped us in year. Have a Merry a Happy New Year! Site life Insu n.n S~le Fm i.Jle uc0u No pre-payment Penaltyl Must have prior approval before purchase. S HERE'S HOW: Borrow up to $1,000 to finance gifts purchased In WestbroolL * Have until December 15, 1991 to repay. * First payment not due until February 15. 1991. Stop in today and complete an application. See if you qualify and then begin to shopl Shop Westbrook Program Ends Dec. 21, 1990. All qualifying customers are more than welcome to participate. Member Equal Housing Lender.