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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, February 27,2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR WESTBROOK NUTRITION SERVICES NEWS Section 3A Girls March 4-8, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Apple French toast, sausage, dessert, milk Tuesday: BBQ beef, baked beans, salad, dessert, milk Wednesday: Cook's choice, soup, dessert, milk Thursday: Pork roast, sau- erkraut, cheesy red potatoes, GLANCES FIFTEEN YEARS AGO February 25, 1998 Sunday afternoon fisher- men were enjoying the unsea- sonable weather near Talcot Game Refuge. Usually they are fishing through the ice at this time of year. Jonathan Steen qualified for the NJCAA National Wrestling Tournament in Bismarck, ND. He wrestles for MN West Community College in Worthington. Steen is working on his Elementary Education degree. The Four B's and Me Card Club met Sunday evening the the Bill and Evelyn Hanish home, including Mandel and Betty Natterstad, Bonnie Gibson, and Bernice Olson. THIRTY YEARS AGO February 24, 1983 A senior at Westbrook High School, Sue Chapman is pres- ident of the FFA. She received the State Farmer Degree with her dairy pro- duction enterprise. Sue also helps out with the family herd of 85 cows. Elementary Principal Jerald Goehring reported to the school board that since the school became part of the Campbell Soup labels pro- gram_ "m_=!975 the school has gained $2,500 in aids and materials. He had many of the items on display for the dessert, milk Friday: Fish, baked pota- to, broccoli, dessert, milk For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. IN THE PAST board to see. The Windom Friends of Foreign Student Committee is announcing the community play, "Annie Get Your Gun". Murl Rupp and Nancy Morton, both of Westbrook, will be participating in the production. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO February 29, 1968 Members of Mrs. Luther Tostengard's third grade class gathered before the camera Tuesday following a discus- sion of newspapers as a medi- um of mass communication with Sentinel editor Russ Bowers. John S. Madson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Madson of Westbrook, has been pro- moted to sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Sgt. Madson, a vehicle operator in Kincheloe AFB, Michigan, is a member of the StrategicAir Command. The sergeant, who entered the Air Force in September, 1965, is a graduate of Westbrook High School. Confn'med at Our Saviors Lutheran Church Sunday, with Rev. James Kragness officiating, were Gary Amundson, Karl Anderson, Nancy Carlson, LuAnn Dumos, Craig Johnson, Sharon Lintner, Steve Severson, and Candace Yochem, and Ronald Struchen, Willow Lake. Bring news items to the Sentinel Ofrfiee in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137; by c-mail at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Dennis and Kathleen Thompson, Hermosa, SD and Iris Marshall returned home Wednesday after spending a week visiting with Jay and Karolyn Thompson in Brooklyn Park and the week- end at Boyd Lodge on Whitefish Lake near Nisswa. Randall and Elizabeth Swan, Shoreview were week- end visitors at the Steve and Priscilla Comnick home. Joining them for Saturday evening dinner were Jim and Alison Marshall and family of 1Varshall, Joseph and Nichole Swan, Sioux Falls, and Iris Marshall. DNR Question of the week Q: A couple of years ago it was reported that the popu- lation of crows in Minnesota was declining. What is their status now? A: American crows are still quite common in most of Minnesota, having adapted well to human activities. North American Breeding Bird Survey trend data for Minnesota show a gradual increase in crow populations since these surveys began in 1966. However, the number of breeding crows stabilized or decreased slightly between 2000 and 2010. Minnesota's winter crow population, based on Audubon Christmas Bird Count data, also increased significantly since the 1960's, although the pop- ulation has fluctuated over the years. After several years on the down side of one of these fluctuations, the winter crow population seems to be on the upswing again. tournament action Above: Lady Charger Kaylee Mischke Looked to get around a Southwest Christian player Saturday afternoon at Worthington. Left: Lady Charger Mady Johnson reached for a loose ball against Southwest Christian. -Steve Stucker, ornitholo- gist, Minnesota Biological Survey" SPRING WILL BE HERE BEFORE YOU KNOW IT! Get a jump on the coming season with special low-rate financing and phenomenal Pre-Season Savings on the New Holland tractors, hay and forage equipment you'll need when winter ends. Don't wait! 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