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"Dlng Dong Merrily on High" was one of the numbers performed by the girls chorus. ST Photo. I The Vocal Jazz Ensemble performed "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" as of the concert. ST Photo. One of the tunes the Senior high band performed was "The Christmas Song" by Mel Torme and Robert Wells. WWG GYM -- Director Tom Vondracek directed a christmas tune as the audience looked on. ST Photo. II I II II I II Wednesday, Dec. 19 Lutefisk, lefsa, turkey & dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, salad bar, beverage, $6.50 Main Street, Lamberton, MN. 752-7722 II I III Additional donations for Tree of Lights, Westbrook Willie & Clara Nelson by Lee & Phyllis Bakken Jens & Maggie Larson by Adolph & Viola Luedaman Lennie Luedaman by Adolph & Viola Luedaman ye are cordially invited to have a cup of Wassail with us on the 20th day of December between 9 - 3 Walnut Mesb r FDI Western Community Action, Inc. will be distributing USDA donated products on Tuesday, December 18, 1990, to income- eligible residents of Lincoln, Lyon, Redwood, Cottonwood, and Jackson counties. Volunteers from all the sites in the five-county area will be distributing butter, flour, peanut butter, and vegetarian beans. The following area sites have been donated as distribution points: REDWOOD COUNTY: Milroy, American Legion Hall, 1:00 to 3:00. Lamberton, American Legion, 1:30 to 3:30. Walnut Grove, Community Center, 1:00 to 3:00. Revere, Lutheran Church, 1:130 to 3:00. Lucan, Community Center, 1:00 to 3:00. COTTONWOOD COUNTY: Westbrook, VF3V Club, 2:00 to 2t:00. Storden, Community Hall, 2:00 to 4:00. Jeffers, Amboy Town Hall, 2:00 to 4:00. Products are limited, so distribution is made to pre- registered households on a first- come-first-served basis. If you aren't registered, but are income eligible, you may return to your site toward the end of the distribution time and register to receive remaining products. To be eligible, family income must be below the following guidelines: This year's Winter Storm , Awareness Week in Minnesota (December 2-8) will be hi hlighted by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety's distribution of match books with the message, "Matches-key to your winter survival kiL" The matches are one of a number of items recommended for ;nclusion in an empty 3-pound coffee can that may help save a motorist stranded in a vehicle during a winter storm. The matches, along with a brochure, "Winter Survival in Your Car", will be available at state travel information centers, driver license exam stations, state parks and State Patrol district offices. Winter storms can develop quickly. For example, in 1984 a winter storm killed 10 people on one weekend and the death total from storms that winter was 21. Among other basic safety rules to follow if winter weather threatens are: * Keep ahead of the winter storm by listening to the latest weather warnings. * Check battery powered equipment kept in your car before the storm arrives including flashlights and radios. * Prepare your vehicle for winter driving. * Think it over before you. travel. If a storm is in progress, postpone or cancel your trip. * Avoid overexertion. Attempting to push your car, trying to jack it up into a new position or shoveling snow takes great effort in storm conditions. FOR RENT One bedroom aparlments. Most utilities paid. Meals available daily. Senior citizens, handicapped and disabled eligible. Valley View Apartments Lamberton, Mn. 507-752-73O3 507-752-7470 Family Annual Monthly Size Income Income 1 $11,618 S968 2 15,577 1,298 3 19,536 1,628 4 23,495 1,958 5 27,454 2,288 6 31,413 2,618 7 35,372 2,948 8 39,331 3,278 For family units with more than eight members, add $3,959 for each additional member. Anyone wishing to apply for products may do so either at the Marshall or Jackson Offices or by contacting one of the following outreach workers: Lincoln Co Muriel Koopman, 275-3049. Lyon Co Wilma Herder, 859- 2271. Redwood Co Loretta Penske, 762-3229. Jackson Co Darlene Jenkins, 847-2047. People in the with type O blood needed when the bloodmobile Armory on December to 7:00 p.m. That's because of types, type O greatest demand patients. Yet the O blood Regional Red Services continues to the need. In the region Regional Red Services, which counties in Iowa, North Dakota, the type A positive and blood is roughly percent each, with blood much less Cottonwood Co Sheryl Engler, demand for type O 831-1091. The Minnesota Department ofthat for other types. The reasons for the Jobs and Training does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, disability, or status in regard to public assistance. Local individuals, churches, and civic organizations have provided a network of volunteers who handle this distribution. Anyone interested in donating their time to this project should contact Western Community Action, Inc. at 507- 537-1416 or at 1-800-658-2448. Use common sense. Calm down. The storm will end and you will be found. * Carry the winter survival kit in your car. If you become stranded, stay in the vehicle until help arrives. The department of Public Safety will directly mail winter survival brochures. Cgntact the Division of Emergency Management, B-5 State Capitol, St. Paul, MN. Another brochure, "Winter Driving Tips" is available from the Office of Public Education/Media Relations, 316 Transportation Bldg St. Paul, MN 55155. many and compleX, reveal that use of tyPe in the Twin Cities outlying particularly more complex organ transplantS. transplant can use as J units, and when type O blood, depletes the type O Another reason for fact that type O patients with not vice-versa. For person with ty%% undergoing a transplant with marrow O recipient would blood. Occa victims whose uqknown will also blood. But blood bank the biggest reason for of type O blood is some people with think the) "People think have the most commOn we have plenty in not needed. This from the math," To make an blood, call Anna 5184 or just Walk in at the day of the SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, Dovray, MIW. December 211 Serving in front bar & lounge only. Back bar dimming room closed public at 5:30 p.m. private party. Small dinning room open by reservations ONLY! SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22 Tom & Jerry's - Ist one Free 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.