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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 6, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES WALNUT GROVE SENIOR MIRROR OF NUTRITION SERVICES BYGONE DAYS March 11-15, 2013 pork casserole, dessert, milk Senior Nutrition Services Friday: Roasted fish or serving at the The Recipe at chicken bruschetta, pepper 11:30 a.m. each operating slaw, dessert, milk day. Monday: Beef stew, For reservations call Angle at Amish slaw, dessert, milk The Recipe, 274-5352 by Tuesday: London broil, noon one day in advance. roast potato, green beans, Lutheran Social Services dessert, milk is funded in part under the Wednesday: Parmesan Older Americans Act under drummies, fettuccini, dessert, contract with the Southwest milk Agency on Aging. Thursday: Chessey maple GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO March 4, 1998 This year senior wrestler Jared Cooley had one goal in mind, go to State and place in the medals. Mission accom- plished. Jared placed second at the State Wrestling Meet. Bruce Anderson, represent- ing LHB Architects of Duluth, showed the city council plans for additions to the Westbrook Health Center. The addition will include will a new clinic, an 8-unit congregate housing facility, and a new emergency room area. The purpose of the meeting was to obtain a vari- ance of the set-back require- ment and to have the city vacate the alley behind the present facility. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 3, 1983 Westbrook Senior Jann Dibble was named All Conference basketball player in the Red Rock Conference recently. She is the daughter of Jim and Karen Dibble. An organizational meeting to establish a Jaycee Women Chapter in Westbrook will be held March 3. All young women between the ages of 18 and 36 may join. March came in like a lamb Tuesday, well, white and wet. Fog was on hand again and remained all through the day. Light rain fell Tuesday morn- ing to clean things up a bit. March 11-15, 2013 Thursday: Chicken Senior Dining serving atAlfredo, biscuit, CA medley, Country View Senior Living Jell-O/fruit Community at 11:30 a.m.,Friday: Tator tot hotdish, Monday thru Friday. corn, lettuce salad, almond Monday: Salisbury steak,cheesecake bars Scalloped potatoes, beets, For reservations call 859- applesauce 2133 one day in advance. Tuesday: Ham, mashed Senior Dining is a joint potatoes, pea & cheese salad, partnership of your commu- cupcake nity and Lutheran Social Wednesday: Lasagna/meat Services, funded, in part, sauce, garlic bread, green under the Older Americans beans, lemon poppy seed Act. cake COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager weight checks and Bible Hello again from the staff Study on Wednesday and FORTY FIVE and tenants at Country View "Farmer Day" on Friday with Senior Living Community. the Salhstrom Family provid- YEARS AGO The warmer weather is bring- ing special musical entertain- March 7, 1968 ing on a thaw during mid day, ment on Friday. The other Ed and Synolla Barrie but then it freezes causing icy regularly scheduled activities announce this week they will conditions on the walkways will also take place. hold an open house Saturday by evening. Be careful out I will be out of the office in their newly remodeled Elk there! next week, so there will be no Horn Inn in Westbrook. Elk This week the tenants have article. On the llth there Horn Inn is the name chosen participated in nail painting, will be Hand & Foot Canasta, by the Barries for their newly J-I-N-G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, the 14th there will be remodeled quarters, which PoKeNo, Bone Builders, Ecumenical Church Services was formally known as Stretching with Ashlee, the at 8:30 a.m. and on the 15th Barrie's Recreation. tenant meeting, Dominoes, the "Red Hat Granny A number of Dovray area Arts & Crafts, Bible Study Readers" will be here at 2 families helped Mr. and Mrs. with Pastor Tim, the bus ride p.m. followed by root beer Duane Vosberg and family of to Marshall and "apron" day floats. The 500 card tourna- rural Westbrook move to their and an ice cream social on ment will be on the 18th, the farm near Lowry, which they Friday. Kelley boys will play music recently purchased. Next week will bring on the 19th, and Dean Fishel Jeanne Ellen, infant daugh- blood pressure checks and will play music on the 22nd. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sequence on Monday, That's the news from the Jans, was baptized at Our Stretching and BoneBuilders country.Have a terrific Savior's Lutheran Church in on Tuesday and Thursday, week! Dovray Sunday with Rev. Mueller officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jans. MURRAY CO. 4-H EVENTS the week March 7 Fulda Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:10-5:00 Q: With the potential for Babysitting Clinic, 3:10-5:00 pm, Fulda Public Schoola severe wildfire season pm, Fulda Elementary School FACS Room this spring, is there any- March l l - Fulda Area March 15- Cloverbuds PJthing people can do to Babysitting Clinic, 3:10-5:00 Party registration deadline protect their homes and pm, Fulda Elementary School March 16 - 4-H Fundraiser cabins? March 12 - Fulda Area Delivery, 4-H Building JOHNSONVILLE TOWNSHIP Notice of Annual Meeting of Election of Officers SPRINGDALE TOWNSHIP NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS Westbrook Cemetery Association Notice is Hereby given to the qualified voters of Springdale Township, County of Redwood, State of Minnesota. That the Annual Election of Township Officers and Annual Township Meeting wilt be held on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013. In case of inclement weather, the meeting and election may be postponed until the third Tuesday, March 19th, 2013. The Election Poll hours will be open from 5:00 RM. to 8:00 RM., at which time the voters will elect one (1) Supervisor for a three (3) year term, and one (1) Treasurer for a two (2) year term. The Annual Meeting will start at 3:00 P.M. to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. The Annual Meeting will be held at the Walnut Grove Community Center. Merna S. Malmberg, Clerk Springdale Township NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of North Hero Township, County of Redwood, State of Minnesota, that the Annual Election of Town Officers and Annual Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 12, 2013. In case of inclement weather the meeting and election may be postponed until the third Tuesday of March. The Election Poll hours will be open from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, at which time the voters will elect: one Town Supervisor (three year term) and one Town Treasurer (two year term). The Annual Meeting will commence at 3:00 pm to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. Annual Election and Meeting will be held at the Walnut Grove Community Center, Walnut Grove, MN. Lynn Swanson, Town Clerk Town of North Hero }~ February 19, 2013 of Prune off any tree branch- es that may be touching the house. Move any wood piles outside of the 30-foot zone surrounding the cabin or house. Make sure that chimney has a spark A: Late winter is the best arrestor. Now, while the time to prime trees. Look snowpack is still here, at the trees and shrubs burn brush piles. within 100 feet surround- Remember, people need a ing the cabin or house, burning permit if there Eliminate ladder fuels by have less than 3 inches of pruning 6 to 10 feet up snow on the ground. from the ground. Thin out Check with local forestry evergreen trees so their office for more informa- branches are 10 feet apart, tion or go to www.nmdnr. Maintain a 10-foot space gov/firewise. between the crowns of-Linda Gormanson, those trees. Clean roof and regional firewise special- gutters of any pine nee- ist dles, leaves or debris. CLASSIFIED , Sentinel . • Tribune Tip . • Line • • If you see news • • happening or • • have a story • • idea call our • • News Tip Line. • • 274-6136 or • • 1-800-410-1859 • Due to staff limita- • tions we may not • • always be able to • respond to your tips • or ideas. However • • we will do our best • to give every call • full regard. • • Thank you for your • help and consider- • ation. • Annual Meeting March 20th 1:00 pm City Council Room 21294~ FIFTEEN YEARS AGO March 4, 1998 The opening of the Cabela's retail store in Owatonna is a homecoming of sorts for Minnesota native Dennis Highby. Highby grew up on a farm outside of Revere. He is now the vice president of merchandising, fulfillment and retail operations, directs the merchandise department that chooses products to fill the 26 catalogs Cabela's pro- duces each year. WWG Senior Whitney Kuehl has been selected to represent Region III-A in the Academics, Arts, and Athletics Awards program. Rustan Krentz, Senior from WWG, was chosen as the Sub-Section 9 winner, girls. Whitney and Rusty were named WWG High School AAA winners in December. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 3, 1983 Area residents have been treated to unusual weather this winter, and fog that blan- keted the area on Tuesday seemed more like London than Walnut Grove. Temperature on Saturday hit the high 30's. During February, the Chippewa County Courthouse is the site of an exhibit of prints and weavings by Tina Richards of Walnut Grove. King and Queen candidates for Walnut Grove High School 1983 Snow King and Queen are Lori Glib, Donna Nelson, Ann Grefe, Tom Hahn, Steve Ourada, and Don Hansen. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO Match 7, 1968 It was like spring Monday when the temperature reached a balmy 62 degrees --just 64 degrees warmer than Thursday morning, when it was 2 degrees below zero. The Twentieth Century Club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Richard Van Hecke, with Mrs. Elverne Ziemke, assistant hostess. Films were shown by Miss Donna Pomeranke and a dis- cussion led by Mrs. Dwight Jacobs on selection of higher education and preparation for education after high school. supervisors and staff with local Legislators Ralph Heiling, JeffPotter, Sunny Ruthchild, Brian Timm and Marilyn Bemhardson from Redwood Soil and Water Conservation District, met with their rep- resentatives and senator at the State Capitol February 26, 2013. They joined a group of other officials from the state's soil and water con- servation districts (SWCD's) who met in St. Paul to gath- er support for conservation districtsprograms and issues. "It is important for us to get the conservation mes- sage out to our elected offi- cials in St. Paul", said Marilyn Bernhardson, District Administrator. The 2013 Legislative Session will be critical to the future of conservation programs in the state, noted Bernhardson. "This year legislators will address issues including a biennial budget, appropria- tions of constitutionally dedicated sales tax funds, and policy issues. We have to work hard to make sure local soil and water conser- vation issues don't fall by the way-side. During the visit to St. Paul Heiling, Potter, Ruthchild, Timm and Bernhardson met with Senator Dahms, Representative Torkelson, Representative, Hamilton and Representative Swedzinski. SWCD's fill the crucial niche of providing land and water conservation services to owners of private lands. For more information on the Redwood Soil and Water Conservation District, please call 507-637-2427 Ext.3 Notice is Hereby given to the qualified voters of Johnsonville Township, County of Redwood, State of Minnesota. That the Annual Election of Township Officers and Annual Township Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013. In case of inclement weather, the meeting and election may be postponed until the third Tuesday in March. The Election Poll hours will be open from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M., at which time the voters will elect one (1) Supervisor for a three (3) year term, and one (1) Treasurer for a two (2) year term. The Annual Meeting will start at 8:05 P.M. to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. The Annual Meeting will be held at the Johnsonville Town Hall. Bruce Maas 212938 Johnsonville Township AG POWER -k**-k-k -k-k-k-k-k WESTBROOK February 25th-March 25th Sweeps, Filters & Oils PARTS SPECIAL! Up To Stop in and test your Kinze meters on the Kinze test stand- only $2.50 per meter! (Parts and labor additional) www.westbrookag power.com Westbrook, MN • PH. 507-274-6101 0 lmW/ , i