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il ii ii TEN YEARS AGO Tlae Wildcats almost picked up Mrs. Lydth Tibodeau of rural Storden was a Monday visitor of Laura Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad were Monday evening visitors at the Kenney Clark home. their second win of the season Doug Kuehl was a Sunday February 5, 1981 Tuesday night when they led the afternoon visitor at the Art Kuehi It had to happen! Just when we St. Ann of Wabasso Bluejays for home. got used to the warm balmy three quarters only to lose in the Mr. and Mrs. Peter weather January provided, the final minutes, 60-58. In the final VanMaasdam were Friday dinner weatherman pulled the old minute Coach Kjorness felt that his "switcheroo and sent cold and team was entitled to a bonus free guests at the Paul DcJagcr home of snow to remind us that we live in throw on the fifth team foul of the' Maurice, IA. Minnesota. Sunday afternoon Bluejays, but the referees insisted Shirley Spcckmeier was a blowing snow reduced visibility otherwise: A check of the rule Monday visitor of Alice Horkey. In and made travel hazardous, book after the refs had left, showed the evening Alice and Mildred Two more foreign exchange that a game played in two halves, Bunting attended Potluck Supper at students, both from Brazil, arrived the bonus comes after the fifth foul the Senior Center. Later they in Westbrook under the Youth For but a game played by quarters (as helped Helen Rausenberger and Understanding program and this this one was) the bonus goes in Edna Miranowski celebrate their brings the total up to five YFU effect on the fifth foul.birthdays at the Paul Rausenberger students in Westbrook. Bruno de- William Backstrom, son of Mr. home along with Mr. and Mrs. Borda Delgado Ferraz is staying at and Mrs. Alvin Backstrom, and a Huldrich Nibbe and Eloise the Dale Vosberg farm. He is 17 member of the Westbrook Willing Busswitz. and is from the city of Sao Paulo. Workers 4-H Club was named Mr. and Mrs. Dt an Knudson Monica Frota Barreto, also 17, Cottonwood County champion 4-H attended the funeral Monday of her come from the city of Fortaleza radio speaker in the competition sister, Mrs. Phil Sarkis (Alice and is staying with the Ernie Cohrs held recently at radio station Rykhus) at Rapid City, SD. Alice family, grew up in the Dovray area. The Westbrook Kiwanis Club KDOM in Windom. Monday, February 4th, Donald has selected the students of the Boeck returned home from the month. They are David Mischke, THIRTY Minneapolis Vets Hospital. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mischke YEARS AGO Mrs. Thelma Solomonson was a and Sue Byers, daughter of Mr. February 2, 1961 Tuesday visitor of Laura Knutson. and Mrs. Harris Byers. Over 75 persons attended the Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Anderson Noel and Sergei Schmidt werefirst public Boy Scout Court of were Wednesday evening visitors both members of the Luther Cross Honor night in Westbrook in three at the Betty Natterstad home. Country team for the 1980 season, years held. Monday night. A very Wednesday Ann Lidtke, Stella winning letters in the sport. Both high 97 percent of the troop Jensen, Jeanette Sundahl, Lucille are sons of Rev. and Mrs. Victor received various awards ranging Leraas, Ruth Bevier and Mr. and Schmidt. through the entire scope of Mrs. George Rausenberger were scouting. The Troop has a roster of afternoon luncheon guests at the TWENTY 22 boys and led by Larry Luegen Paul Rausenberger home. YEARS AGO serving as scoutmaster. He is Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rupp assisted by John Giese, Jim were among the guests at the February 4,1971 Johnson and DeLon Knudson. Maurice Mitchell home Sunday Monday morning, the eighthHoward Lee Nelson, son of Mr. evening. grade industrial arts class of Roger and Mrs. Alfred S. Nelson, rural Bruce Lichty of Chippewa Kiihn took over the stage in the Westbrook, has received a Falls, WI, Steve and Vicki high school auditorium 26 strong, principal appointment to the U.S. Zumhofe and family and Betty and gave a very good demon: Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD. L hty were Saturday supper and stration on the art of mass The new officers for the Kiwanis evening guests at the Dean and production. The item being mass Club will be president, Don Judy Lichty home. Sunday Bruce, produced was a lamp, and after the Anderson; vice president, Rev. Steve, Vicki and family, Dean and production line got moving, they Bennett Opdahl; secretary, Sherm Judy and family were guests of were able to produce a lamp every Eckhardt; treasurer, Ken Knudson. Betty. ten minutes. Board of directors for the club Mrs. Donald Boeck was a The Farmers Elevator Company include Clarence Erickson, Joe dinner and afternoon guest at the of Westbrook this year will show a Fjeseth, Melvin Klasse, Roger Ray Gorder home along with Heidi balance statement to its Klasse, Archie Senst, Glen Villa, who was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Christensen, stockholders listing total sales at Russ Bowers and Carl Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bernston, the Elevator and Lumber of over Ingebrightson. $2 million, the largest in the Elmer Churchill, Gracella Able, history of the Company. Nora Natterstad, Gerta Natterstad, and Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad had dinner at the 71 Westbroot News Club and were afternoon guests at the Bernston home in honor of the 65th birthday of Betty Natterstad. Ann Gertner, Gall Passmore of Sioux Falls and Goldie Passmore were Sunday callers at the Paul Tuesday evening Steve and Ron and Eunice ChristensenRausenberger home. Mary Larson and Bernice Bashans and Terrance Keller were Weekend guests of Iris helped Diana Schoenenberger Wednesday supper and evening Marshall were Jay Thompson of celebrate her b'trtlulay at Windom. guests at the Art Kuehl home. Mankato and James Marshall of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kopperud Guests at the Bob Jensen home Sioux Falls. Inez Riddell and Mrs. were Thursday afternoon visitors at Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Hubin, Cassandra and the Lowry Anderson home. Kenneth Albrecht and family of Michael were also weekend Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Winter Tracy visitors. and son of Hoffman and Mr. and Friday evening Mildreu Elaine Harder of Jackson was a Mrs. Lloyd Winter of Barrett came Bunting was a supper guest of Ann Monday February 4 dinner guest at on Wednesday to attend the funeral Lidtke. the Russell Rupp home. , of Brenda Olsen at Amo Lutheran Mrs. Avis Larson was a Church of Storden and also visited Thursday afternoon visitor at the A Prayer Service for Peace in ,argaretOlsen. Lowry-Omderson home and Irene the Gulf was held at Old Ethel Cohrs was a caller of Pederson was an evening visitor. Westbrook - Highwater and AmyBenson Sunday afternoon. Norma Ackermann was a Storden churches, Sunday Alberta Kleven and Olga Sunday evening visitor at the afternoon with Pastor Aadlund Erickson were Saturday afternoon Milford E. Anderson home. sharing. visitors of Alice Sell. Wednesday Alice Horkey Carol Mattison was a coffee Tammy Lipetzky and Jessica attended the funeral of Mrs. Gary guest Sunday at the Roger and Joan Albertson were Saturday Olsen. In the afternoon Alice was a Kopperud home. visitors at the L. A. Cohrs home. visitor at the Vernon Jarmer home. Mrs. Alvin Backstrom visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larson of Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hilda Pederson, Mrs. John Pease were Monday overnight Lloyd Nelsen and Mr. and Mrs. VanLoh, Mrs. Leafie Enderson, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rausenberger were guests at Mr. Elmer Christianson at the Grover Busk and Marlys Erickson the Art Steen home. Westbrook Hospital Saturday was also an evening visitor.Past week visitors at the Leslie afternoon. Alice Horkey attended the Nelsen home were Howard and Mrs. Alvin Backstrom visited at Pancake Breakfast at St. Anthony's Clara Larson of Pease, Dennis the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sunday and was a supper guest of Franz of Chrisman, IL, Mr. and Brown and Elsie Thompson on Mildred Bunting. In the evening Mrs. Lawrence Fogel, Ed Vosberg, Saturday afternoon. Bill observed Alice and Mildred were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Lindstrom, his 93rd birthday on Monday. Lawrence and Bonnie Fogel. Beulah Stuwe, Carl Karsten, Ella Larson was a Sunday Merle and LaVonne Hamilton Marlowe Nelsen, Bob and Sally dinner guest at the home of Mrs. were Saturday evening Visitors at Nelsen,Paul Steen of Storden, Alvin Backstrom. the Art Kuehl home. David and Hilja Nelsen and Mr. Mrs. Florence Zamzow and Wednesday evening Mildred and Mrs. Carl Olson. Gladys Iverson of Lamberton Bunting was a guest at the Lyle Lloyd Nelsen was a Tuesday visited Mrs. Sy Menk on Thursday. Legler home at Dundee. afternoon visitor at the Art Kuehl Mr. and Mrs. R6ger Menk of Yvonne Krohn of Pipeston home and Carl Nordquist of North Mankato were guests at the was a Weclnesday visitor at the Windom was also an afternoonSy Menk home on Sunday. In the Lowry Anderson home. visitor, afternoon they all visited Martha Alma Kosel visited Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stern at Valleyview Manor in Olin Thursday evening. VanMaasdam visited Robert Lamberton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Erickson Hoekstra at Slayton Thursday. were Sunday evening visitors of Alice Horkey was a Tuesday Olga Erickson. dinner guest of Adeline and The deepest known delgmtion in Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lipetzky and Francis Knott. the surface of the rtlr.-I rlarms children were Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelsen, Mr.Tmnc --ia nearly a mile the L. A. Cohrs home. and Mrs. Eric Nelsen of than the wndd's higlumt mountain, Mrs. Art Flor, Mrs. Milford E. Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Everest, is high. Anderson and Bertie Hovde spent DeVoss and children of Marshall, Wednesday with Art Flor at Mr. and Mrs. Casey Johnson and McKennan Hospital. Art had Alex and Gerald and Dennis surgery for abroken hip. Anderson were Sunday dinner "FIRESTONE Alice Horkey was a Saturday guests at the Leslie Nelsen home to * MULTIMILE dinner guest at the Dean and Judy help Eric Nelsen and Stephanie "CO-OP TIRES Schumacher home at Heron Lake. Meyer observe their birthdays. In the afternoon they were all Alma Kosel was a Sunday ON FARM TIRE visitors at the Albert Freking afternoon visitor of Kee Kee home. Nelson. SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen Mrs. Donald Boeck spent last were Sunday visitors of Albert week at the Deb and Kent Winter GF:NI=FI L Sg:RV|CI= Schauer at Sogge Memorial Home home in Sioux Falls while Donald in Windom. was in the hospital. STATION REPAIR ,=, , Dr. F. E. Robinson TIRE 271 3rd Street TRA 3Y, MINNESOTA 56175 Westbrook, MN. ' Phone 274-6561 PHONE 629-3630 (After hours 274-5692) Hours: Men Tues Thurs Fri. 7-12. I-5 Wed. & Sat. 7-12 Chiropractic care now included under Medicare. Open Mon - Fd. 7:00 - 5:30 Saturday 7:00 to Noon SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Wsstbrook, giN - Wednesday, February 6, District 7 Team Wrestling TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 at Last weekend was a busy one " Westbr k'Walnut Grove Gy with two residents celebrating birthdays. A party was held Saturday for Augusta Rausenberger and another party 1. HL-O-L was held Sunday for Henry Boeck. ] Augusta s dinner guests on Saturday were Bob and Lucy 4. IRed Rook 6:30 .-- Nelson of Minneapolis. Henry s [ I dinner guests on Sunday were ,Gordon and Avis Nicklasson of Hanska and Jim Boeck of New 5. 8:00 Ulm. Hospitalized this past week but back at the center doing well is 2. B-O/MU Elizabeth Bashans. / Tuesday afternoon the adopt-a l grandparent students visited with F their respective residents. 3. Windom 6:30 Carolyn Benson visited and offered manicures to the residents 7th grade Wednesday morning. Bible study leaders Thursday . boy's basketball morning were Betty Natterstad and Hospital Auxiliary WWG 41 Comfrey 29 Myrtle Gundermann. met Monday evening 1/29/91 . . . Bingo volunteers Thursday Westbrook Hos ital Auxili r ine out ot tmrteen evening were Anna Germer, Betty p ary scored We passed the t Knudson, Marcella Boeck, Maemet on Monday, February .4 at well and our shot seleO Kleven, Millie Hass, and Grace 7"30. p m at the elementary. ,lUnCh good. Scoring" we,re" room Bless ThIS House was Rehne.idar 6 Rrian ! Jensen. Robert Fisk and Sidney . S Nelson won blackout bingo, sung aria me Auxmary t yer was Dennis Kleven 5, Matt Beauty shop volunteers on read. Peggy Klasse rea a Dan Homing 2, Jacob Friday were Betty Schoborg, aria gave a prayer to 9pen me Chad Freeburg 2, Brian J Elaine Eichner, Joann Hanson, and program. Then everyone was and R - f'ase- 4 Marguerite Bestul. entertained by a group of ya,y. Hospitalized at this time are youngsters, led by Sandy Klassc, t 2 who did a couple of dance routines. - -. Leafie Enderson and Emil Mohr. Also two groups from the Drama WWG 2 They are both at the Westbrook Hospital. Class from the middle school at Comfrey 14 1 The S.O.S. group will be hosting Walnut Grove gave one act plays. , a Valentine Party for the residents Lunch was then served by Unit 3. WWG 41 Brewster on Thursday, February 14, at 2:00 President Donna Nelsen 1/31/91 opened the business meeting. We played very agg p.m. Bernice Christians Secretary and Treasurer reports the first half. The player were read and approved. Judythe tempo down in the Activity Director Lichty gave a hospital update, and played a more Kitchen work is almost done.offense. Scoring were WB School Lunch Hospital has been very busy the Patterson 11, Justin S Menu--Feb. 11 - 15 last two rrionths. A hearingDennis Kleven 4, Boa, Monday -- Ravioli casserole,specialist from Worthington has Brian Doom 14 and Ryatt vegetable, relishes/dip, sauce, requested using the clinic two days Free throws: 5 for 6 a week for testing. Dr. Rm will be garlic toast/butter sandwiches, done in July and is still planning on 1 2 milk. Tuesday -- Hot dog on bun, returning to Westbrook next WWG 18 28 catsup/mustard, baked beans,winter. Two doctors come from Brewster 8 17 chips, sauce, frosted grahamMarshall to assist with surgery. cracker, sandwiches, milk. Our doctors will .be trying help WWG 52 Slayton 25 Wednesday -- Fishwich on out Tracy since mey are snort a 2/2/91 bun, tarter sauce, lettuce, tater tots, doctor. Eleven out of thirtee$ Old Business: Discussed what scored Saturday morning: cole slaw, lemon dessert, to do with money from "Tree of were: Derek Patterson sandwiches, chocolate/white milk Lights". Units are asked to meet Schneider 8 Brian Shaw or chefs salad, and bring upsuggestions. Kleven 8, 'Bob Olsem Thursday --- Chicken nuggets, New Business: Hospital Days Christensen 2, Jacob honey/barbeque dip, vegetable, were set. Olivia C ison motioned Chad Freeburg 4, JasOn relishes, Valentine's Day dessert, to have them June 28, 29, 30. BrianDoom; Rv aC honey/butterFriday sandwicheS,Barbeque milk.on Seconded by Deb Haar. Everyone " - : bu a.voted fav :Hmpital. ,in 1 g" fries, catsup, pieides iaaUc ,: 1951, .so this is the40 year sandwiches, milk anniversary. " WWG 18 33 Apron Sale: Discussed theSlayton 6 13 possibility of moving it to a new night, having a supper, then the 7th and 8th auction with a drawing afterward, girls win games Units are to bring back ideas. Fair board signs Favors at the hospital: Peggy The 7th and 8th l carnival for fair Klasse motioned, seconded by basketball teams be! Ethel Cohrs, that the hospital umt Slayton on Tuesday, The Cottonwood County Fair doing onupo s would also be in in Slayton. The 7th g Board returned recently from the State Convention of County Fair charge of favors for.the month, with a score of 16 - 7. held at the St. Paul Radisson Hotel. Everyone voted in favor, the Chargers were They wish to announce that aUnits are requested to turn in Swenhaugen, Sandy carnival was contracted to play the current membership lists and also Jacci Riddell. Cottonwood County Fair August 8 give name of chairman. The 8th graders 11 at Windom, MN. Don Roll call: Units 1, 3, 6, 7, 17, opponent with a score Amusement from St. Cloud. MN 19 represented with 20 present. Staci Martius led the will have a full compliment of Unit 7 serves in March with Unit 6 1 1 points, followed major and kiddy rides to replace in charge of coupons and favors. Horkey 10, Jo Weis 6, Tara Horning and the long standing Klien with 4 points. Amusement that so successfully entertained our folks. The Board also signed "Vickie Lynn King" who will entertain during the evening of August 9th during the Fair. Vickie became very well know nation wide when she won the National County Singer contest, Nashville, TN. Folks in this area are well acquainted with Viekie since she is one of our own from Mt. Lake, MN. She sings and entermim with her band at many special events. and County fairs in the upper MidwesL ZENITH TELEVISION AND ,Storden, MN. Call res at 445-3431 After hours call 445-3465 Remember Him, Day Sale Watches, Wallets, Westbrook. MN. FRICE8 GOOD THROUGHOUT