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TRIBUNE ES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 12, 1994 Westbrook announced "Ike" Eichner a salesman for Ike recently corn- at SSU in has obtained a License. Schmalz was as the new Storden. Glen retired officiated at the wrestlers trav- to compete in RRC/WWG as runners-up in Lment. 12, 1984 City coun- to change times from 12:00 noon. and Rhonda gradu- performing in a production of "Inherit the Wind". at SSU in February. Westbrook High School students are preparing to participate in the first annu- al "Rural Knowledge Bowl" to be held in January. Winners in each school will advance to finals at SSU on April 9. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 10, 1974 Schmidt Memorial Hospital welcomed the New Year Baby on January 3. A son. Jason Allen. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Milford Goeman of Jeffers. Westbrook High School has gained another student. Alexandra Cruz Loureiro, of Brazil, arrived here to spend the next 6 months at the Robert Schmitt home in Dovray. and to attend school in Westbrook. After a long rest. Westbrook athletes will get back into action this week, beginning with a wrestling meet with Sanborn. WESTBROOK NEWS Walnut Caesar and at their afternoon. i lad Orlen Grams afternoon of Bernice visited Lloyd home Sunday d Ellen Nelsen Samaritan Lu Nelse vis- and Laura y after- Good Samaritan Eichner was a guest at the Marge Eichner Mrs. Dean Olson, Saturday din- of Bud and and Carrie and Jeremy Anderson were visitors at the Milford and Gerry Anderson home last Monday evening. Jeremy left for Ft. McCoy the next day. Jan and Katharina Wassenaar. rural Windom, were Friday afternoon visi- tors of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Roger and Marian Kopperud were callers Friday afternoon at the Otis Scarset home. Leslie and Lu Nelsen were Sunday afternoon visitors of Lawrence and Bonnie Fogel. Later that afternoon Elizabeth Johnson and Mattie were visitors of -Leslie and Lu. Ruth Anderson, Marion Anderson, Opil Parker and Donna Eichner were Tuesday supper guests of Betty Natterstad. LaMae Horkey was among the coffee guests of Evelyn Jensen Monday afternoon. Buy, Sell, or Rent sifted ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136, 1-800-410-1859 Join us for a Program Truth about Arthritis how to manage it . . . suffer from stiff, achy and painful :ost every day of your life? If so you riot alone. Arthritis robs some forty tatlllon Americans of their freedom Ovement by breaking down the lrotective cartilage in the joints. Health Center Staff Member. Jutsum, NtLrse Practitioner />resent this informational 22 at the Peterson in Westbrook. by calling Karen Faye 507-274-6815 Sponsored by Westbrook Health Center 920 Bell Ave, Westbrook, MN. 56183 Commun00 Wednesday, January 14, 2004 Page 9 Madson Benefit Supporters of Jordan Madson visited with the family Sunday morning at the benefit breakfast held in his behalf. Madson was severely injured in a four wheel- er accident last sum- mer. Below Murl Rupp helped in the kitchen frying french toast while his wife Mary kept an eye. on his work. GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER By Bernice Christians Farquer. Activity Director Pastor Gerald Giese Volunteers assisting conducted the worship with activities this past service and offered Holy week included ,Joan Communion Sunday DesLauriers of Currie afternoon. with games, Carolyn Agnes Sehneider's Benson with manicures birthday dinner guests and visiting Wednesday were Melvin and Romelle morning. Chit Chat was Wojahn of Windom. held Wednesday with Erma Kuehl celebrated Judy Tighe and Elouise her birthday last week Busswitz. Roger and with dinner guests Fay Marian Kopperud led the Kuehl, Darlene Jarmer, Sing/Praise time on and Doug and Dorothy Thursday with Leona Van Kuehl. Maasdam, Marvel Carey We offer our condo- and Marilyn Carey assist- lences to the families of ing. Grace Jensen and Katherine Edsill and Jane Schultz led Bingo Alyee Peterson. Thursday evening with Our best wishes are Hans Asmussen winning extended to recently dis- Blackout Bingo. Friday charged residents, Bonnie morning hairsetters were Fogel, Cleo Jensen Olson, Jane Schultz, Jean Beek, Lloyd Nelsen, and Delores Pauline Rueter, and Rupp. Mavis Duggen. Lillian S.O.S. volunteers will Baarstad played piano for meet Friday, January 23 the residents Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Good afternoon. Samaritan Center to plan Joyce Nielson from the upcoming Valentine's Windom was a Sunday Day party. dinner -guest of Bob Minutes of the Dovray Area Boosters The meeting was called to order by President Dolores Schmitt. In the absence of Secretary Bev Busswitz, LtL,nn Jackels was appoint- ed acting secretary. She read the minutes of the December 1 2003 meeting - approved. Present were board members Dolores Schmitt, Jane Weis, LuAnn Jackels, Joyce Severson and Mardella Olson. Also present was Terry Keller. Terry gave the Treasurers report with $3903.71 in checking and in the Centennial Fund $1208.11. Added to the Centennial account was $56.00 for the lighted Christmas Basket donated by Doris Cohrs. Our care license was renewed at a cost of $210.00. Report approved. In Bob Schmitt's absence, the Care report was given by Dolores. Of special note was $50.00 from Lake Sarah Church - Garvin. The Sunderman Girls will perform at the Centennial at 4 p.m, on Saturday, July 10, in" the Dovray Park Shelter House. It was decided to have a Special Centennial Meeting on Thursday. January 22 in the Cafe at 7 p.m. Everyone is asked to come, Lichty's qlP 601 First Ave. Flowers or Gifts for all occasions Balloon Bouquets Decorating items qP Pictures qP Silks Valspar Paints 274-6114 1-800-645-6479 Westbrook, MN. 2 TD Wire Serwce qlP as we need ideas and all are asked to look for pictures and memorabilia from the early 1900's pertaining to this area. Jane Weis will be in charge of the food for the Centennial. Sunday, July 11, we will have a potluck din- ner following outdoor church services in the park. Wehave candles for sale and chances on a quilt. We will also have a Dovray quilt to sell on chances and door prizes. The Diet Club will be asked to run the fish pond. Much more discussion was held and the meeting was adjourned at 6:30 p.m. Next Regular Meeting will be February 2 at 5 p.m. in the cafe. Dolores Schmitt Publication See. .... Minnesota State Patrol looks ahead to 2004 The MN State Patrol regretfully reports that 2003 was a tragic year for MN motorists. We had one of our greatest increases in traffic fatalities. Over :30% were alcohol related deaths. Our 15-19 year old teenagers are being killed an injured in car crashes at an alarming rate. Many teens are still not weraring their seatbelt and are consuming alcohol in motor vehicles. More than 75% of the teenagers killed were not wearing their seatbelt. Speed is another con- tributing factor to fatal crashes. There are still a high percentage of people disobeying the speed limit. For every 10 miles an hour over the speed limit, the chances of having a crash increase 50%. The Marshall State Patrol district will be part- nering with local law enforcement agencies during the year 2004 to increase our visibility and reduce our traffic fatalities through stricter enforcement of' the speed limit, seatbeh, and alcohol laws. in 2004 let make driv- ing our roadways .satin.r, smarter and more responsi- ble. Remember: * Obey the speed limit * Wear your safety belt * Don't drink and drive * Remember to "move over" when you see an officer with a vehicle stopped. [ Let Us Help You! Western Mental Health Center Patricia Spielman, MSW, LICSW Specializes in Children, Adolescents, and Family Therapy along with anxiety, depressn & behavioral disorders Kristin Peltola, LMPT Specializes in Childrens, Family and Couples Therapy along with anger management, abuse issues, and parenting woblems Because you are worth it! Come and visit us Wednesday's at the Westbrook Health Center. Appointments also available at the Slayton and Tracy Medical Clinics. 1-800-658-2429 Monde Januar 26 COMMUNITY BLOOD BANK 7/if tiff $lObD Of YOU COMMUNITY www. d:tif elYmod . or g 9-11 a.m. / 1- 5:00 p.m. Westbrook School - 9 to 11 a.m. Westbrook Health Center - 1 to 5 p.m. PLEASE CALL 274-6121 FOR APPOINTMENT. Community Blood Bank is the sole supplier to the Westbrook Health Center. PLEASE DONATE!