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Season Nine (1982-1983)


October 11, 1982

When Harriet discover a bearer bond from Walnut Grove under the steps of an old building, she uses it to influence the town council. One "suggestion" was to rename the town, Olesonville. When she makes Nels run for mayor, the elder residents of Walnu--, er, I mean Olesonville, decide to support their own candidate. It turns out that Harriet's bearer bond has secondary claim on payments and. thus, no power. So the town says good-bye to Olesonville and welcomes back Walnut Grove.




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