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TRIBUNE CES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 2, 1994 Carlson 18 host to Allicion Peru for a Allicion came to of International and will be until mid- Youtl Wrestlers to Pipestone for annum tourney. restlers from both bringing for their and Mr. Personal groups are for to show their all the sacri- made for our YEARS 2, 1984 Westbrook with 1st place he District 7 One in Windom Christie was named for her per- formance as Mrs. Stevenson in the play "Sorry, Wrong Number". Melinda Jongma, Heron Lake, was named Pork Queen for 1984 at a banquet held Saturday night. Jim Heath received one of three $50 scholarships pre- sented at the Cottonwood County Pork Banquet Saturday night. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Heath. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 31, 1974 Vince Thorstad was pre- sented with one of Scoutings highest awards, The Silver Beaver, last week for his twenty plus years of service to scouting. The annual snowmobile marathon was held by the Dutch Charley Driftskippers Snowmobile Club over the weekend. Over $8500 was raised for the Doctor Fund. Father Vernon Schaeffer was at the Westbrook libra,, signing copies of his new book "We Ate Gooseberries". Father Schaeffer is a former pastor at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Westbrook. WESTBROOK NEWS was among at the John and Loh home to help Betty Leora Hass Anderson visited Sunday i. at the Good and Priscilla and boys were guests at Swan home, Friday evening the Ice Palace. and Eunice Rupp the guests at and Elaine Harder Sunday to 10 winter birth- Sondergaard and Luella Anderson evening visi- Natterstad. and Donna Lake City came a few days Deb Jans, Ben Jans, Ryan and Lane and and Shawn and 7 - 4-H Beef& Tag Day, 9 a.m.- Slayton Auction 7 Multi- Ice Skating p.m., Marshall 12 - Balaton 3:15- School 16 Day office First Ave. V or Gifts v ell occasions v V Bouquets V Items Pictures Silks V Paints V V Line V V MN. V Serve V Candi King, Clay and Abby were Sunday dinner guests of Bud and Fay Kuehl. Clarence and Verna Engler, Marshall were Wednesday forenoon visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe and assisted the Nibbes Bill and Evelyn Hanish were Wednesday morning visitors of Betty Natterstad. Arlyn and Dawn Wahl, Fort Ripley were weekend guests of Ethel Cohrs. Saturday afternoon Ethel and the Wahls called on Ellen Nelsen at the Good Samaritan Center, and were late afternoon coffee guests of Leslie and Lu Nelsen and evening visitors of Lloyd Nelsen. The Wahls returned home Sunday afternoon. Roger and Marian Kopperud were last Wednesday morning callers at the Oscar Steffen home. Leo and Roe Ann Vosberg were recent visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Betty Natterstad was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Caroline Sondergaard. NOTICE TO SUB- SCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel Alignment Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modern body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. 507- 274-6166 Community Snow DpaeY These young peo were walking down town after school was cancelled for the day Monday morning. Annual The 13th annual Music of the Church Festival, held annually in Jackson. is scheduled for Sunday. February 15th. This fundraiser tbr the Jackson Good Samaritan Center will take place at 3 p.m. at Our Wednesday, February 4, 2004 Page 9 Westbrook Hospital Auxiliary plans for 2004 The Westbrook Hospital Auxiliary is looking forward to being involved in our usual events in 2004 The out-going officers and those who will be in charge this year met recently to review the duties of each, verify the dates of the events, and sort through some old records to be kept in suitable contain- ers. Traditionally, the Hospital Auxiliary sponsors the "Apron Sale"/ Miscellaneous Auction in the spring. On Saturday, April 24th at the Community Center. a light supper will be served at 5:30 and the auc- tion begins at 7:00 PM. Interested bidders enjoy try- ing to outbid their neighbors and friends to buy the token apron, a favorite pie. home- baked bread or rolls, craft items, quilts and items all donated by people wanting to support our hospital. This summer, during Fun Days. the Hospital Auxiliary will have a food stand at the Community Center on Saturday, June 26. serving the traditional grilled hamburgers, potato salad, home-made pies. cof- fee and all. On Election Day, November 2nd, the Auxiliary serves a variety of soups, sandwiches and pies over the noon hour. Members again plan. work and furnish to raise money to support our hospital. Early in December, the Auxiliary sponsors the Tree of Lights. All money gath- ered as memorials is used to support our hospital. The number of active Hospital Auxiliary members now are small and it is sur- prising how much these ded- icated women have done and continue to do. Meetings of the Auxiliary are held in the Peterson Estates Dining Room when it is necessary to make plans and get informa- tion out to the Units. The first meet of 2004 will be on Monday, March 1, at 7 PM. Anyone in the area that is interested in becoming a part of this ambitious group is invited to come to meet- ings as they are announced or to contact one of the 2004 Executive Board: Mavis Anderson, Pat Madson, Bernice Christians or Caroline Kirchner. Soon Music Festival Savior., lmtheran Church. 614 [gan Ave.. and features fantastic area soloists and ensembles. A "'mass" choir. directed this year by Mr. Kent Mickelson. will con- elude the event. Ew,,rwme is welcome to stag in the mass choir - be to the church by 1 p.m. on the 15th tbr rehears- al. Tickets for the Festival are on sale now contact Nancy Garvin  507-847- 3100. Sharon Smith @ 507- 847-5547. or you may pur- and WWG High School .F Pops Concert ,,F" MONDAY, FEB. 9 . Admission $2.50 Per Person includes pie, ice cream, beverage,  fantastic music, and loads of fun!! Serving 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. WWG Gymnasium ,V/- Sponsored by Music Boosters WWG Class of 2005 Whopper Feed TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 chase at the door. Don't miss this once a year chance to hear some of the best area talents perform! Stay for a soup & sandwich supper fol- lowing the program, spon- sored by Our Savior's youth? Bullhead Feed FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Serving from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Legion Saturday, Feb. 14 Chicken Strips $5.00 Jumbo Shrimp $9.50 12 oz. Ribeye $10.50 Prime Rib $13.99 Includes baked potato, salad, French bread. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 507-274-5911 Serving from 5 to 10 - Sorry no to go orders. Elkhorn Inn, Westbrook, MN. 4:30 to 7:30 $4.50 meal includes whopper, chips, bar, and a pop. $2.00 for extra burger. Girls Basketball, Parents Night i ROOSTER 14 West Tracy Call 629-9959 llllllllllllll Farm City Pancake Day Wednesday, February 11 FREE Pancakes Appearing on Wed., Feb. 11 I :FLOYI) LARSON - Everyone Welcome 1-Man Polka Band Playing 5:30 to 8 p.m. Please bring care package items for the 682nd I Engineer Battalion of Redwood Falls. E=IEIII MNNER SPEIJU.S II n i1 Ii U n II ll m 1i I1 II m II Ii II II Serving from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center Sponsored and sorved by the Walnut Grove Community Club ,ii i'ii m m m