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TRIBUNE CES IN THE PAST YEARS ing to form an area AGO Sportsman's Club. One of the first projects probably 1994 will be to install an aerator of the WWG at Double Lakes. traveled Westbrook Wildcats lost Capitol where their first game of District in the play Tuesday night to the Brewster Bulldogs, 51-47. and A1 WWG wrestlers in their THIRTY YEARS are headed for AGO Wrestling February 28, 1974 at the St. Paul Westbrook Surge Sales Charger girls basket ball sea- were defeated ,t sub-section play. YEARS AGO 2, 1984 baby of the New arrived at Hospital, Doug and Twilia a son, 22, 1984. are plan- meet- and Service held an open house last week. The busi- ness is owned by Roger Bultman. Commissioners of Cottonwood, Jackson, Nobles and Rock counties have cre- ated the Great Plains Nursing Services that will provide public health nurs- ing and home health services to residents of all 4 counties. Wildcat 9th graders were defeated by Storden-Jeffers in the finals at the Tracy Tournament on Saturday', 34-22. SAMARITAN CENTER Christians Circle from presented a and hosted the lunch Monday a grandparent Tuesday. A for the kids r aquarium. At this have Redtailed fish, Yellow fish, Boesmans fish and Red 6ah. We also have type fish name). It is to note eating fish do at night as a:r.e nocturnal. It be nice to have clean_your the night?) treated to bUffalo burgers, baked beans, pie and ice evening. meal the men a SOcial time with their guests. Pastor Alan Buresh of the Bethany and Amo Lutheran Churches conduct- ed the Ash Wednesday wor- ship service. Volunteers assisting with activities this past week included Carolyn Benson with manicures and visiting, Joan DesLauriers with games, Grace Jensen and Jane Schultz with bingo, and Romelle Wojahn, Elffie Kopperud and Jane Schultz with hair setting. Keith Carey led the weekly worship service Sunday afternoon. Ruth Rongstad, Jasper Hovde and Roslyn Hanson had dinner guests on Sunday. They said just to say it was Roslyn's family and that they're a good-looking bunch. (It sounds like they had a lot of fun.) It certainly is nice to wel- come in March. I would say it has come as a lamb with faints of Spring. I hke the longer daylight hours too. Keep looking for the robins. White Pine Trees pine trees to each person The National Foundation dur- are part of Foundation's campaign. white pines will beauty to and neighbor- Rosenow, the president said. g land- With soft needles g. You as a specimen a privacy screen even as a hedge." will be shipped for n March 1 and May 31 with enclosed planting instructions. The six to twelve inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. Members also receive a subscription to Arbor Day, the Foundation's bimonthly publication, and The Tree Book with information about tree planting and care. To become a member of the foundation and receive the free trees, send a contri- bution to TEN FREE WHITE PINE TREES, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Avenue, Nebraska City, Nebraska 68410, by March 31, 2004. PULMONARY/LUNG SCREEN NG Coats Snowsuits Shoes/Boots lllC. 011 WINDOWl Quotity Used Oothmg Handmade Crofts B31.1448 948 4th Ave. Windcmrl Fri., 9 a.rn. to 5 p.m.; Sot., 9am. to4p.m. ommunlt) French toast breakfast WESTBROOK -- Sunday morning the Lions Club assisted the senior class in their French Toast Fundraiser. Above Russell Gundermann, Howard Nelson and Howard Erickson served french toast and sausage. Below seniors were busy on the diah washing detail. WESTBROOK NEWS Phone 274-6136 Marly and Wendell Thompson, Brookings, SD were Sunday visitors at the Caesar Ciarlson home after enjoying breakfast at the Community Center. Pastor Giese was a Wednesday afternoon visitor of Olga Erickson. Lowell and Carole Larson, Brooklyn Park, Don Uhlhorn, Sandstone, Marion Anderson and Gerry Anderson visited Milford E. Anderson at the Good Samaritan Center Saturday morning. Pastor Giese was a visitor last Wednesday forenoon at the home of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Roger and Marian Kopperud, Gladys Mathiason, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathiason, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mathiason and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner attended the funeral of Mavis (Mathiason) Bergene at the Little Cedar Lutheran Church, Adams. MN, a week ago Monday. Ethel Cohrs and Dottie Cliff were among the coffee guests at the Roger and Carolyn Benson home Wednesda); February 25. Duane and Marilyn Jans were last Tuesday afternoon visitors of Jordis Jans. Arlo and Eugene Engler were last Tuesday visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nlbbe. LaVonne Hanson was a Friday afternoon visitoc of Olga Erickson. Muriel Gundermann, Ethel Cohrs, Dottie Cliff, Liz Steen, Elffie Kopperud, Ruth Takle, Thelma Carlson, Pastor Roy, Keith and Jane Nelsen and Diane Balling were past week visi- tors at the home of Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen. Eric and Karen Nelsen and daughters, Big Lake were Saturday forenoon callers of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Steve and Jeanne Tolzman, Elysian, were weekend guests of Jordis Jans. Jay and Karolyn Thompson, Maple Grove and Dennis Thompson, Aberdeen, were weekend guests of Iris Marshall. Joining them for Friday sup- per were Steve and Priscilla Comnick and sons and Vernice Gertner. Leo Vosberg and Lloyd Nelsen were visitors Thursday of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Kent and Marilyn Bigbee, Mankato, were weekend guests of Olga Erickson. Lu Nelsen accompanied Bob and Sally Nelsen to the wedding rehearsal Saturday afternoon of Rhonda DeVos and Jon Maker at the United Methodist Church, Marshall, and the groom's supper at the Brau Haus, Lucan. Bud and Lorraine Carlson were last Thursday visitors ofAd Gett3= Windom. Ethel Cohrs and Dottie Cliff were Sunday dinner guests at the Roger and Carolyn Benson home. Russell and Eunice Rupp were Sunday dinner guests of Ron and Elaine Harder, ,Jackson. Leona Van Maasdam returned home Monday evening, February 23rd, after spending 5 weeks with her daughter, Janice Van Maasdam, Pasadena, CA. Leona also visited at the homes of Richard and Darlene Crook, Sierra Madre, CA and Jack and Rosemarie Holt, Alhambra, CA. Don and Pat Franz and son Jeff, Mpls., and Bob and Sally Nelsen were Sunday noon callers of Leslie and Lu Dr. J. R. Klaassen Family Dentistry 831-1020 1450 N. Hwy. 60 & 71 Windom, MN. EMERGENCIES HANDLED IMMEDIATELY Nelsen. Later Leslie and Lu accompanied Bob and Sally to the wedding of Rhonda DeVos and Jon Maker at the United Methodist Church, Marshall. Dwayne and Denise Eichner and Derek were Sunday evening visitors of Donna Eichner. Roger and Marian Kopperud were guests at the home of Duane and Julie Kopperud, Marshall Saturday, and they all attended "The Passion of Christ". Dottie Clift and Diane Balling were Monday, March 1st visitors of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Dottie and Diane both returned to their homes Monday. Ronald and Coralyn Comnick, Mason Comnick and Iris Marshall were Sunday supper guests of Steve and Priscilla Comnick. Margaret Olsen was a Sunday forenoon visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Wednesday, March 3, 2004 Page 9 Contest spotlights importance of wildlife 'Lifelines' Minnesota youngsters in grades 7 and 8 are encouraged to portray their view of the importance of Roadside ditches for many wildlife species through a poster contest now under- way. The 20th annual Department of Natural Resources (DNR)'Roadsides Are For the Birds' contest is now underway for students living in the pheasant range of MN. The pheasant range basically covers the south- ern half of the state as well as west-central MN. Generally conducted through art and science pro- grams in local school sys- tems, the contest attracts entries from numerous schools and students. "Last year, 96 students from 36 school submitted entries and we're hoping for even more this year," Varland said. Both student winners and their schools are award- ed prizes, including framed wildlife art prints. Winning entries are displayed at the MN Deer Classic and Sports Show and at the DNR Building at the State Fair. Those who have not received contest informa- tion, or who would like addi- tional information, are asked to contact Larinda Burg at the DNR HQ at New Ulm (507-359-6035.) The contest deadline is April 8, 2004. A I00lace In [ I the f * Weddings * Funerals * Flowers & Balloons for every occasion * Crafts of all kinds Phone 274-6600 Mary L. Osland 4 miles W. of Weslbrook or 1 mile E. of Dovray on Hwy. 30, 1 1/2 miles S. Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel A.]ignment 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 What if..... Shortness of breath kept you from playing with your grandchild? You were forced to carry an oxygen tank everywhere you went? EARLY DETECTION is the BEST PREVENTION WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 1 to 5 p.m. at the Westbrook Clinic You should take advantage of this screening if: * You're a smoker or former smoker. * Farmer * Fireman * Anyone exposed to environmental smoke or irritants * If you have persistent cough, mucus, wheeze, or shortness of breath Pre-registration is required. Cost: Call to schedule your screening. $20 Karen Fay 507-274-6815 Westbrook Clinic Health Care Close to Home! 111785