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TRIBUNE ES Ibl THE PAST YEARS AGO 26, 1994 a few days time, Went from a deep almost balmy con- On January 18, Were closed due to cold. Six days were in and Walnut ling clubs trav- Kids' last week. A Wrestlers compet- Westbrook and coming home medals. of the Jazz Jazz groups representing the Arts Program State Capitol as Education Day. YEARS 26, 1984 was place winner in of Democracy Community Transportatio n to headline contest, sponsored by the your VFW Auxiliary. A group of Dovray resi-le,,,lotors dents have organized a Booster Club to promote Public Dovray and the Dovray area. Westbrook Wildcat girls basketball team came up with a huge win last week when they defeated Storden- Jeffers 43-39. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 24, 1974 Westbrook Kiwanis Club members were served a deli- cious meal by the 15-mem- ber boys Home-ec class. Westbrook FFA recently learned they were named the top "Pork Promoting Chapter" in the State of MN for 1973. Slippery roads were the cause of an accident west of town last week. A pick-up driven by Edwin Kuehne, Slayton slid into the ditch, and a car driven by Bill Montages of Marshall slid and came to rest on its top. There were no injuries. WESTBROOK NEwS afternoon visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Diane Schmitz, Belgium, WI, was a weekend guest of Bud and LaMae Horkey. Saturday Diane and LaMae along with Edith Morphew, and Shirley and Heather Paden attended a bridal shower for Molly Teller, bride-to-be of Jeff Morphew at Norwood. Clarence and Verna Engler. Marshall, spent from last Monday-Thursday, Jan. 19-22, at the home of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Friday Michael and Deb Engler. Marshall. were visi- tors of the Nibbes. Find us on [ I the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress.co ] Schneider was a visitor and Isabel Bob and Lee MN, Judy and Adrian, Shaun and McEvoy, Art Busswitz, aad Roger and [3enson visited Wltz at Heritage ,, Carlson, Mpls., days last week of BUd-- and Olsen and Television will focus on the Minnesota Dept. of Transportation this Thursday evening oJanua" 29. The 8 p.m. live question and answer program will feature leaders from the House and Senate. Hosted weekly by State Appellate Judge Barry Anderson. the scheduled guests for ,January 29 include: Senator Dean E. Johnson (DFLI, Chair: Transportation Policy and Budget Division. District 13. Willmar and Representative William Kuisle (R), Chair: Transportation Finance Committee. District 30B. Rochester. Executive Producer Jon Panzer noted, the recent election of Senator ,Johnson to the post of Senate Majority Leader should give this panel a special look at the opening of the February Session. In cooperation with Great River Energy. your legislators have provided an opportunity for rural Minnesota to present ques- tions to the state's leader- ship for 23 years. Viewers are encouraged to call in questions at 1-800-726-3178. or email your legislators gpioneer.org during the hour long program. Your Legislators is produced by Pioneer Public Television airing Thursday at 8 p.m. through the end of the legislative sessions. were Sunday PRICE Wednesday, January 28. 2004 Page 9 Progress on Peterson addition WESTBROOK -- Good progress is being made on the addition to Peterson Estates. Most of the building is enclosed. Occupancy is expected to be around May 1st. Car Seat Clinic to be held in Westbrook vehicle. During this time. they will also be instructing parents on how to replicate the installation at home. This service is free. They need 1/2 hour per car per seat and possibly longer if there are any compatibility ssues. One of the techni- cians, Shelly Pauling states. "Our goal is that kids will leave this clinic safer than when they arrived. It is very seldom that we get someone that comes in that has their child seat installed correctly. There are many compatibili- ty issues with the different types of car seats and vehi- cles available, We make sure that each child is in the right car seat and if they aren't we have car seats on hand so the children leave safe." The upcoming Child Restraint Clinic is sponsored by the MN SAFE KIDS coalition, Westbrook Police Department. Westbrook ECFE and the City of Westbrook. If you have any ques- tions about the upcoming Car Seat Clinic or if you would like to sign up fbr this clinic, please call Rachel Christians at 507-274-5110. St. Anthony's Mens Pancake Breakfast SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 Serving from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Church Basement, Westbrook, MN RESULTS A car seat clinic will be held in Westbrook on March 6, 2004 from 10:00 am 12:00 pm at the Westbrook Fire Hall. The Redwood Area Hospital. along with Redwood County Public Health and the Redwood Falls Police Department will have certified car seat tech- mcians on site to check to see if your car seats are secured properly m your vehicle. Installations will be done by appointment only. At your appointment, the technicians will make sure you have the correct car seat for your child and that it is properly installed in the *'; II L-- "" " We do a fu& up.on-your-feet singalong dance parry. Mark & Jan Kelly Variety Entertainment IXIs 15322 210 Street e-mail: kelly20means.net m w.,.u, Grove, MN 56180 Phone & Fax: SO7-747-21 Find the Rest l " m " " --- "-, "-- =1 of The Stry [I Super ty's " inthe [ Sunday ! ,v Sentinel ] Party M00/Ij00 First Ave. V rSoccasionsOr Gifts 9v .------,-,. Sunday, February 1 ! 9 Auto & R.V. at the Elkhorn Inn, Westbrook Bouquets 9 Repair Items 9 Wheel Alignment Doors open at 3:00 p.m. Pictures 9 Glass Installed I Silks  We have one of the South- The party will include a charge of $10 I Paints 9 west's most modern body per person for admission, chance at a door V shops, with separate paint- prize, food consisting of pizza, BBQ's, P/4-6114 9 booth- all makes- Line. KLASSE I Sub sandwiches, relishes and chips. I 9 Sales & Service A cash bar will be available. MN. V Westbrook, M.. WWG Basketball 100% of all money raised will be donated to the Service V 507- 274-6166 $5 Subway Supper $5 Westbrook Swimming= =..,= Pool= nfr necessary.. =repairsJ.. Us Help You! Saturday, January 31 4:30 to 7:30 at WB Gym Mental Health Center 6" Sub, Chips, Bar, Beverage Building Charger Basketball ...... ROOM & AIR PACKAGES Fr*m$259. 2004 SIOUX EMPIRE ., Marine SEMINARS (Price Includes All Taxes & Fees) Spielrnan,LlCSW speczes in Childrens, Family andKristin Peltola, LMPT B OAT "" '""o" Children, Adolescents, Couples Therapy akg w,h anger Marine Electronics e. ,o,. Dave CsallKla SUNDAY - THURSDAY $259 In-Fisherman MONDAY - FRIDAY $259 Come and visit us Wednesday's at the Sioux Falls Convention Center -,,,,, THURSDAY - SUNDAY $279 Westbrook Health Center. Appointments FRIDAY- MONDAY $279 also available at the Slayton and Tracy F E B R U A RY 6-8 Medical Clinics. 1-800-658-2429 ? ?