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e TEN YEARS AGO January 29, 1981 is here, or at least many was. Beautiful January set record highs for the golfers dusted off their got their bikes out, a spring washing, and one expected to see the out working in the warm weather picked up. cooled off some and was sprinkled with the weather man more sunshine and warm Clarke got a chance former hostages last at the military hospital in Germany. She and two 'ere allowed in the and were free to talk hostages at will, she parents Kenneth and Clarke. Clarke was by ABC Television after she left the was not lobby. were called ight, right in the Bowl game, to fire at the Ronn east of Westbrook. Smoke damage was TWENTY YEARS AGO V 28, 1971 the Library Board evening at the started going through on the shelves, to that are old and is to get the before moving to building when it is will have a sale in John Cooley, Jolene, rody Cooley were g vJsrtors and guests at the home of Baekstrom. Mrs. Don Peterson and the for John Streeter at the Westbrook Saturday. A large semi-trailer slid into the ditch three and one half miles west of Westbrook last Thursday about noon Even with the new, extra large tow truck from Bill's Towing in Fulda, it took a lot of shoveling, an extra truck pulling and three busted tow lines before they finally pulled it out. The truck, which belongs to the Molde Trucking Company of Rochester was driven by Ken Wallace of Rochester. Wildcat cagers took a cue from the wrestlers who won their first match last week and gained their f'wst victory of the season Friday night when they took the Jeffers Wolves 78-58. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 26, 1961 Dick Wiebusch led the Westbrook Independents to its fifth win 136-77, by scoring 48 points against Lamberton. The score was probably a record for any Westbrook Independant team. The following night Westbrook traveled to Heron Lake and had the tables turned. Heron Lake's ('me team clobbered the Indians 118-77. The Dr. Henry Schmidt Memorial Hospital completed its first decade of operation Monday with a total of 3,626 patients. The f'u'st patient ten years ago was Mrs. Burdett Larson of Storden with a very sore throaL She was a patient for 6 days. The fh'st baby born at the hospital ten years ago was Karon LeAun Tuule, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tullle, now residing in Bird Island, made her appearance at 8:19 a.m. January 26, 1951. Mrs. Kenneth Oleson was honored at a farewell coffee party and handkerchief shower by the Trinity L.D.R. members at the home of Mrs. Ole H. Olson. The Oleson family moved to Montevideo over the weekend. Mrs. Sherman Eckhardt funeral of his sister-in- Nolle, Friday, at.- Church in Blue Mrs. Harold Vind of and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sunday afternoon the Richard Saxton IA was a Mr. and Mrs. Harris Olson and Alma Kosel were Thursday evening visitors of Margaret Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Goltz and Danielle, Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Jorgenson, Darwin Vosberg and Leland Vosberg were past week visitors at the Ed Vosberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gtmdermann, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Refsal were Sunday evening visRors of Margaret Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Sy Menk were visitors of Martha Stem at Valley View Manor in Lamberton. Eunice Christensen recently spent nine days visiting the Paul and Cathie Maeyaert family in Maplewood. Last Tuesday she was a noon luncheon guest of Kathy Wiecks in Coon Rapids. was a Thursday Olsen. Mrs. Randal Swan and James Marshall Edgar and Hugo nez Riddell, Selma Comnick, Harold Henry Boeck were at the home of Iris honor of Henry birthday. The cake Mrs. Yvonne Krohn of Pipestone was a Monday visitor at the Lowry Anderson home. Dawn Wahl of Brooklyn Center spent Saturday and Sunday with Ethel Cohrs. Arlyn Wahl was in Windom assisting his dad, Sam Wahl. Saturday morning Ethel and Dawn attended the John Streeter funeral at Immanuel Baptist Church in the afternoon they visited at the Leslie Nelsen home. Don't be surprised if you see a lot of door hangers on farm homes between February 5-9, 1991. Folks will be out saving 6% on all Pioneer brand prod- ucts purchased and paid for during that week. Save 6% at Pioneer Days February 5-9, 1991, and pick up afree Ray- # utility light.* Walnut Grove 859-2501 BRAND - PRODUCTS , tt~ limns of tal~ am sm aoetnnn~. of Pioneer Hi-Br~ International, Inc. Last Monday Clara Kashmarek was a visitor at the Gordon DesLauriers home in Currie and at the John Hanson home also of Currie. Olga Erickson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bigbee and were dinner guests at the Bob Butler home in Revere to help Mrs. Bigbee observe her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson were dinner guests at the Norma Ackerman home Tuesday. Wednesday Richard and Vicki Horkey were luncheon guests of Alice Horkey. Mrs. Dennis Krick was a Monday morning visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehl. Last Monday evening Card Club was held at the Paul Rausenberger home. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hoy and Christopher were Saturday supper guests at the Bob Jensen home. Chester Baarstad was a Monday afternoon visitor at the Lowry Anderson home. Visitors during the week of Clara Kashmarek were Irene Tyler, William Nelson, Alice Horkey, Mildred Bunting, Adeline Bums and Elsie Krick. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Erickson and Olga Erickson visited at the Alberta Kleven home. Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Linmer and Mrs. Art Flor visited Art at McKennan's Hospital Wednesday. Friday Esther Paplow was a visitor of Alice Horkey. Janice Anderson and Jennifer of Springfield visited at the Lloyd Nelsen home Sunday afternoon. They also visited Mark Taide atthe Westbrook Hospital. Visitors and supper guests at the Art Kuehl home Sunday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rausenberger and Agnes Cohrs were Thursday visitors of Laura Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad were Thursday supper guests at the Eugene Olson home at Storden along with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanish. A week ago Friday and Saturday, January 18 and 19, Mr. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, January 30, 1991 9me and Mrs. Roger Kopperud attended the Lutherans for Evangelism Conference at Emmaus Lutheran Church in Bloomington with the WL~ theme of Renewal in the Local Church. Also attending the Youth Conference were Mrs. Keith The residents enjoyed a music Engen, Angela Osland, Merilee program Saturday afternoon with Emker, Sara Ben, Julie Mattison BerniceBashans. and Amy Ryker. Friends and relatives gathered Mrs. Vernon Passmore and Saturday afternoon to visit and daughter, Lisa, and a friend, Julie, help Martha Knudson celebrate her were Sunday afternoon visitors of birthday. orovides support and orientation r families of new residents to provide a means of handling concerns about the nursing home and to influence care givers. Family Councils may also organize to help meet the needs of residents such as obtaining a needed item through a fund raising also benefits from Family Council through improved communications between the family and the nursing home and may receive assistance and support in the ultimate goal of the nursing home - CONTINUED QUALITY Petra Schmalz. Father Pete and members of St. OF RESIDENT CARE. Edna Miranowski and BernardAnthony's Catholic Church A committee of four family Miranowski were Saturday conducted the weekly worshipmembers was formed out of this afternoon visitors at the Paul service Sunday afternoon, initial meeting. The committee will Hair cuts were offered to the residents Wednesday morning by Betty Schoborg and Verona Herbst. Carolyn Benson offered manicures and one to one to the ladies. We extend birthday greetings to Augusta Rausenberger who celebrated her birthday Rausenherger home. James Marshall and Alison Cohrs were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Comnick. Leo Beckmann, Mrs. Arlyn Wahl of Brooklyn Center and Ethel Cohrs were Saturday luncheon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen. Evelyn Yahnke was a Sunday luncheon guest. In the evening, Truman Peterson was a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad Wednesday. Gustie's dinner guest was her son, Leslie Rausenberger. Bible study was given by Joann Hanson Thursday morning. Volunteers assisting with bingo were among the guests at the Thursday evening were Grace birthday celebration Friday Jensen, Anna Gertner and Mac evening at the Dovray Manor in Kleven. Agnes Schneider won honor of Harris Lintner. blackout bingo. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Comnick of Volunteers setting hair Friday Good Thunder were weekend were Virginia Schneider, Elaine guests at the Lloyd Eichner home. Eichner and Marguerite Bestul. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kopperud The Friendly Club came Friday and Mrs. Lyle Schwanke of spent last week at the homes of afternoon to help Augusta Sanborn and Mr. and Mrs. Ed David and Shyla Hughes of Rausenberger celebrate her Vosberg. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jarmer were visitors and Doug Kuehl was an afternoon caller. Eloise Busswitz was a Tuesday evening visitor at the Paul birthday. The S.O.S. volunteer group met Friday afternoon. Attending were Grace Jensen, Joann Hanson, Millie Hass, Anna Gertner, Marilyn Carey, Bonnie Fogel, Betty Schoborg, Kay Olson, Florence Moldenhauer, Mac Minneapolis, Alan and Kathy Bakke of Forest Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Cary Dietsche of Amery, Mr. and Mrs. John Forner, Rev. Bennett Opdahl of Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Foslien and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kopperud of Benson. The Roger Kopperuds returned home Saturday, January 26. Mrs. Wayne Anderson and Melissa of rural Atwater were Saturday dinner guests of Petra Schmalz. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Passmore also of Atwater were also guests. John Steen was a Thursday visitor at the Paul Rausenberger home. Florence Hughes was a visitor last Monday afternoon of Iris Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad were Sunday afternoon guests at the Melvin Bernston home at Windom. PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm - Business Complete Auction Service Rausenberger home. Alberta Kleven, Alice Sell and LaVonne Hanson were Friday afternoon visitors of Olga Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson and Mrs. Art Flor were among the guests who surprised Harris Linmer on his 65th birthday at the Dovray Manor Friday evening. Sunday Richard Horkey and Chad and Gerald Jarmer and Cody were dinner guests of Alice Horkey. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gertner were Sunday luncheon guests of Anna Gertner. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudson were Monday evening visitors at the LeslieNelsen home. Kay Olson and Kee Kee Nelson visited Wilma Soehren Saturday at the Riverview Apartments in Windom. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hamilton and Jeff were Wednesday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Art Kuehl home. Irene Tyler, William Nelson, Edna Miranowski and Clara Kashmarek were Wednesday visitors at the Paul Rausenberger home. Carrie Knudson and Alice Sell were last Tuesday visitors of Olga Erickson. Sunday evening Alice Horkey, Mildred Bunting, Clara Kashmarek and Irene Tyler had supper at the Dovray Manor for a belated birthday observance for Irene. Later they were all guests at the Clara Kashmarek home. Florence Hughes, Carl Olson, Lloyd Eichner, Hans Sondergaard and Elizabeth Johnson and Alex of Storden were Tuesday visitors at the Leslie Nelsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe and Mr. and Mrs. Leo VoW, Ruth and Joyce were Wcdnesd visitors of Laura Knutson. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad were guests at the Bill Hanish home of Jeffers. John Steen was a last Monday evening visitor at the Art Kuehl home. Paul Rausenberger, Mr. and Mrs. t Joel DeVoss and family of Marshall, Bob Nelsen, and Marlowe Nelsen were past week " callers at the Leslie Nelsen home. Rich Reiner Ferd Krenz Springfield Sleepy Eye Ph. 723-5243 Ph. 794-6756 Call us collect. Dr.J.R. Kleven, Marguerite Bestul and Bernice Christians. Bernice Christians Activity Director [- Family Dentistry 831-1020 1450 N. Hwy. 60 & 71, Windom, MN. EMERGENCIES gD IMMEI meet on March 5, 1991 at 2:00 p.m. to decide what direction our Family Council wishes to take. Watch for more details about Family Council Thank you for your interest and support. Jean Bauer Social Services Local lady corresponds with news man Mrs. Dorothy Riddell sent the following poem to Paul Magers at KARE 11 TV. "God Bless Our Lads" by E. Sparrow, Cardiff, England Tune: "Abide With Me" "God bless our lads" in air on land and sea. Full well we know how dear they are to Thee, Whefer they go, whatever they may dare; God ever keep them in Thy gracious care. Family council "God guard our lads" by night as well as day, For we at home for them will ever pray; That war and strife and enmity may cease, And thou wilt send us evedasting peace. "God guard Our lads" oh organizational meeting them ever near. Make strong their faith, and Families and friends of drive out all their fear, Westbrook Good Samaritan residents were invited to anGive them a vision of Thy introductory Family Council saving love; Meeting January 22, 1991. Marie That nothing in this world can Crawford from the Minnesota.ever move. Alliance for Health Care " "God guard our lads," and Consumers gave a presentation on though just now they roam, councils to the group. Marie Grant us our prayers and bring explained the purpose of a Family them safely home; Council and led a discussion on God bless our foes and cause how a Family Council could help families. A Family Council is encouraged to be a self-led and self- determining group of families and friends of nursing home residents. Family Councils benefit families by providing education and information about the nursing home and the policies and regulations involved. It also STATEWIDE t, a f~tt -- -- their eyes to see, That peace alone can only come, from Thee. Dear Mrs. Ridden, Thanks for your letter. What a wonderful message it contains. After showing it to several peovle in the newsroom, I forward "the letter to the support group "SOCM". Tl=mks again, Sincerely, Paul Magers HELP WANTED FREE RENT PLUS PAY! 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