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TRIBUNE N ES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 16, 1994 Elevator of Westbrook was bv Kent Museatine" IA for sales and 1993. defeated to win the title. lad Mrs. Merlyn and Cassandra, and Edna attended Union National in Fargo, ND, ;-7. YEARS AGO 16, 1984 and Mrs. Roger took part American Tour to visited and ua 12 Lutheran in Mexico. Uhlenhopp was the Red Rock All boys basketball Lori Kuehl was in Honorable Mention to the Red Rock Conference girls basketball team. Mayor Sy Menk has pro- claimed March 11-17 as Girl Scout Week in Westbrook. He urges everyone to acknowledge the contribu- tions the Girl Scouts and their volunteers make toward improving the quali- ty of life for all segments of society. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 14, 1974 Westbrook school board has accepted the resigna- tions of 4 teachers -- Jr. High English teacher Mike Steffer, Band director Orley Berdahl and elementary teachers Carmen Dannenbring and Nancy Bebensee. Nearly 200 parents, busi- nessmen and members attended the Annual FFA Appreciation Banquet on Saturday evening. Members of the Westbrook Commercial Club will bring Sammy Jensen and his Band to Westbrook to play for the street dance during Hospital Days in ,July. OOK NEWS attended the Conference in Balaton 'evening. and Ethel ere Wednesdav visitors of Ellen aad Lu Nelsen and were Friday gUests of Marlowe Nelsen. Lorraine Carlson supper guests and JoAnn Tracy. accompanied Oyce, Marilyn and to Spirit Lake, for lunch at Michael Hubin, and Gabriella were callers of V'o'sberg was a evening visitor and Isabel was among dinner guests Gross. Nelson and Hanson were visitors of Lu Nelsen Robert and rural to the 50th of Jan Wassenaar at Church and Marian Gene and Julie and David and Tweet were afternoon guests lMeck and Avis New Ulm, were afternoon visitors a Sunday visitor of Olga Erickson. Janice Anderson and friend, Springfield were visi- tors at the Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen home Sunday evening. Leslie and Lu Nelsen, Doug and Janet Johnson, Dorothy Johnson, Bob and Sally Nelsen, Jon and Rhonda Maker and Jeremy DeVos, Marshall, David Johnson and September and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson were Sunday supper guests of Casey and Elizabeth Johnson, Storden to help Maddy celebrate her 7th birthday. Ken and Gwen Anderson were Saturday morning visi- tors of Jordis Jans. Arvin and Sue Cohrs were iqaursday afternoon visitors of Betty Natterstad. Russell and Charlotte Highby were Sunday after- noon coffee guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Merlyn and Sandy Hubin and Cassondra, Edna Hubin, Iris Marshall, Marlene Gleason and Linda Thomas attended the ice skating show Sunday afternoon in Windom. Cassondra was a participant in the show. Vernice Gertner and Iris Marshall visited Donna Rupp, Keith Villa, Inez Riddell and Dorothea Pederson at Valley View Manor Nursing Home, Lamberton. Michael Engler, Marshall, was a Friday afternoon visi- tor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. I CLAS$1FIED ADS I WORK FOR YOU I Birkholz & Monica Rye Criminal Defense, DWI, Tickets, Misdemeanors, Misdemeanors, Felonies, on Violations, Chips Cases, Delinquency Matters of experience to meet your legal needs. Want you as a satisfied customer. James Office D1 S. 7th St. 507-375-3374 Westbrook Office Thurs. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Call 507-274-6501 Community Wednesday, March 17, 2004 Page 9 Buffalo Feed WESTBROOK -- Last Friday noon patrons ate buffalo burgers at a fund rais- er sponsored by the Heritage House Museum. The annual event helps to fund the projects of the museum. Dovray Area ooster Annual Meeting minutes - Joyce Severson in charge of election. The election judge announced the two new board members were Terry Keller and Wesley Lindstrom. These are for 3 year terms. Out-going mem- bers were Bev Busswitz and Peggy Klasse, who each served the maximum 6-year term. They were thanked and all were thanked for allowing their names to be put on the ballot. One last chance at rum- mage sale items left after this meeting. Door prizes for the Centennial will be pur- chased by Terry Keller and Gene Regnier. The Centennial was dis- cussed and we went through the 2-day agenda. It was noted that Mary Ann Vosberg will co-chair the museum display along with Janice Tostengard. Many door prizes were drawn from the membership slips. Next regular meeting April 5, 2004 at 5 pm in the Cafe. Dolores Schmitt Publicity Chairman Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress.com Auto & R.V. Re)air 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 A great potluck supper was followed by the Annual Meeting. Called to order and roll call of board members taken. Present, Dolores Schmitt. Jane Weis, LuAnn Jackels, Bob Schmitt, Mardella Olson, Joyce Severson and Bey Busswitz. Absent were Marsha Hansen and Peggy, Klasse. There were about 50 members present. LuAnn Jackels read the minutes from the Annual 2002-03 meeting and Terry Keller gave the treas- urers report for 2002-03. Bob Schmitt gave the Cafe Report and thanked all who help keep the care running. Last year in review: 1. Iecided to no longer have a big 2-year Uff Da Day but instead have an annual Dovray Day. 2. Decided we could no longer walk the road ditches. 3. New light above back sink. 4. Held a potluck supper at the park for all newcom- ers to the Dovray area on August 10, 2003. 5. Held an auction sale followed by a rummage sale. Made over $800. 6. Quilt on display,, chances available. Another being made depicting old business places in Dovray. Helen Iverson, Vonnie Iverson and Ruby Yochem are in charge. 7. Candles for sale - Mardella Olson. 8. 4-H will paint mural on east end of shelter house behind the stage. 9. Held Santa Claus Day. 10. Begin the process of getting new playground equipment. 11. Planning the Dovray Centennial - July 10-11 12. Ran the cafe. Election of 2 board members WE ARE A DIRECT Pay O Credit Card Bli$  Take a 800.-LOAN-IS2 For All Your Excavating Needs ONKEN BACKHOE SERVICE Complete Farm Drainage Ditch Cleaning Dozer Work Basement Digging All Types of Trackhoe & Backhoe Work Septic System Design & Installation Mike Onken Westbrook Shop Lyle Onken 507-274-6649 507-763-3303 507-836-1049 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. Study shows that children who eat fast food have less healthy diet Fast food consumption may be a contributing factor to increasing obesity rates in children, according to a new report in "Pediatrics" jour- nal. The article is summa- rized by Marla Reicks in the February 2004 issue of "Nutrinet," published by the University's Department of Food Science and Nutrition. Reicks is a nutritionist with the U of M Extension Service and you can find her article at http;//fscn.che.umn.edu/nutr incr. The researchers used a nationally representative sample of over 6,000 chil- dren and adolescents ages four to 19. They examined diet quality and compared values between children who ate fast food during a one-to two-day period and those who did not. The children who ate fast food consumed more total energy, fat, carbo- hydrates, sugars and sugar- sweetened beverages; but less fiber, milk and fewer fruits and non-starchy veg- etables. "Consumption of fast food among children in the U.S. seems to have an adverse effect on dietary quality in ways that could increase risk for obesity," the journal article says. "In light of these find- ings, measures to limit mar- keting of fast food to children may be justified," Reicks says. March Madness - 1947 Happy 75th w No. "26" Notice of 115 th Annual Meeting Westbrook Mutual Insurance Company Tuesday, April 13, 2004 1:30 p.m. Storden Civic Center * Financial Reports * Business Meeting * Election of 3 Directors * Voting acceptance of New Company Articles & By-laws Eligible candidates for directors shall be members of the company who are residents of the insuring area and have filed in writing with the secretary of the company on or before April 8, 2004 Ben Lohre, Secretary NOTE: Copies of proposed articles and by-laws are available at the company office. ,,,,