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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES March 20-29, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Swiss steak, baked potato, com, jello, des- sert, milk Thursday: Turkey, mashed potatoes, beets, dessert, milk Friday: Shrimp pasta, green beans, dessert, milk Monday: Ham, baked potato, applesauce, dessert, milk Tuesday: Chicken breast, carrots, dessert, milk Wednesday: Spaghetti, green beans, lettuce, dessert, milk Thursday: Egg bake, fi'uit cup, dessert, milk Friday: Swiss steak, boiled potato, stewed tomatoes, des- sert, 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. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS Mrs. Orland Norstegard; AGO David Schmidt, son of Mr. Participants learned how to place classes and practiced the and Mrs. Marlin Schrnidt; skills they learned in a mini contest at the end of the trip. March 18, 1998 and Lowell Noomen, son of Submitted photo Scouts and leaders picked Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence up food for the Cottonwood Noomen. county Food Shelf in four similar items to devel- Rachel Suda, a Pipestone classes, answered questions Windom. Nearly 500 pounds op a judging class. The County 4-H member that on two classes and prepared were picked up last Saturday FORTY FIVE classes included developing competed at the Nationaltheir notes for a set of oral morning. Helping were scouts a scenario, placing the class, Consumer Judging Contestreasons. Ross and Riley Williams, YEARS AGO writing oral reasons andin Denver, Colo., also pro- Counties are encouraged Josh Olsem, and Cub Scout March 21, 1968 making questions. Items vided a set of oral reasons to continue practicing in Nick Dusek. Leaders helping Robert Steinhoff of the US purchased for this project and an overview of the state preparation for regional and were Dan Olsem, Tom Navy is spending a 30-day will be donated to the local and national contests. Abby state contests this summer. Merchant, and Joe Williams. leave at the home of his food shelf and women's and Natalie Resch, For more information Middle school students grandfather, Thrond Hovde, shelter. Participants also Cottonwood County 4-H about the Consumer who will advance to the State and with other relatives and scoured a local grocery Consumer Judging contes-Decision judging program Science Fair competition to friends. He has spend a year store in search of scavenger tints, also gave an example or to get involved with the be held in Rochester on April in Viet Sam on a patrol boat hunt answers that made of a high quality and low 4-H program, please contact 17-19 are Jared MuGs, David and leave March 24 for duty them more conscious of quality set of oral reasons, the Cottonwood County Schneider, Lois Bartholomew, in New London, CT. nutrition, pricing, sell by At the end of the training Extension office at 831- Dan Warner, and instructor Thirty-two ladies, mere- dates and compared similar weekend, youth and adults 4022 or 1-800-967-1763. Brian Powers. bers and guests of the products from different put what they learned into Westbrook Marigold Garden brands, practice as they judged four THIRTY Club, toured Southdale and YEARS AGO attended the Builders and March 17, 1983 Flower Show in Minneapolis. The eighteen club members and their guests left by bus WALNUT GROVE SENIOR MIRROR OF from Storden. Have you ever consid- ered how you can become a "smarter" consumer? The Consumer Decision Making Contest is a great place to start for 4-H members. Participation in this judging contest helps members pre- pare for the future by using evaluation scenarios on a set of specific topics. Members have an oppor- tunity to practice their com- munication skills and devel- op self-confidence in their abilities to make decisions. In addition to the individual competition, each of the team members work togeth- er and discuss, synthesize and present the best options available. The applicability of this competitive event has increased the awareness of consumer needs for the participants. To teach members how to judge and adult volunteers how to coach Consumer Decision, a training week- end trip to Mankato was offered to 4-H youth in the southern portion of the state. Twenty-three youth and four adults from Cottonwood, Jackson, Le Sueur, Nobles and Pipestone counties participated in the educational weekend. Throughout the weekend, youth and adults learned about Consumer Decisions, learned the basics of judg- ing, heard sets of oral rea- sons, judged practice class- es and developed their own classes. During the event, the participants shopped for Three Wildcats were named to the Red Rock All Conference Team. Seniors Four Westbrook High NUTRITION SERVICES Steve Elzenga, Curt Mischke, School students have been BYGONE DAYS include David Marshall, son alternate; Murl Rupp was of Iris Marshall; Mike selected to attend Boys State, Norstegard, son of Mr. and Jay Mischke, alternate. and Mike Wieske were those selected as candidates and named, alternate candidates to attend March 25-29, 2013 Thursday: Hamburgers/ FIFTEEN YEARS members are Dave Lancaster of Cottonwood; Garry Four young men from the American Legion spon- Senior Dining serving atfixings, baked beans, potato AGO Sykora, Lee Steffen, and Westbrook have been accept- sored Boys and Girls State Country View Senior Living salad, bananas March 18, 1998 Pastor Steve Bohling, all of ed at Granite Falls AVTI. All Convention in June. Shirley Community at 11:30 a.m.,Friday: Salmon loaf, Whitney Kuehl received Walnut, , Grove,. ~ Tqra~ ar~6~9!led in the 18 month Refsal was selected to attend Mondaythru Friday. mashed potatoes, creamedhis: medal :for' wi~ifig : the' Merch~iiat;~ Westbro0k, and Fl~i~ff~wer Program. They Girls State, Sheila Barrie, Monday: Pork chopi' peas, ice cream Section 3A Triple A Pastor Art Bertleson Belview. cheesy hashbrowns, carrots, For reservations call 859- award. Making the presenta- First place winners in the Notice of 124th ANN A Tuesday, April 9, 2013 1:30 p.m. Storden Civic Center Register for door prizes Serving refreshments My door is open Andrew Kopperud, MD Financial Reports Business Meeting Election of three Directors 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 4, 2013. Ben Lohre, Secretary Insurance Company 507-445-3467 Home Office: Storden, MR this area since 1889" mandarin oranges 2133 one day in advance. Tuesday: Turkey, mashed Senior Dining is a joint potatoes/gravy, stuffing, corn, partnership of your commu- poke cake nity and Lutheran Social Wednesday: Chicken Services, funded, in part, Kiev, augratin potatoes, beets, under the Older Americans lazy peach dessert Act. Spring 2013 Prepared Childbirth Classes tion was Steve Kjomess, State High School League representative. Whitney is one of 8 fmalists in the state competition. Sunday family members gathered at Perkins, Marshall, to celebrate Dean and Lois Wamers 25th wedding anni- versary. Present were Earl and Anna Margaret Warner, Greg and Deb Warner, and Danny; Mark and Linda Warner, Mandy Meghann, and Gretchen; Lowell Warner and friend Stacy Brand; and Sanford Worthington ing a healthy baby. Theresa Warner and friend Medical Center will be Childbirth education class- BrandonBoeck. offering Prepared es are designed for theOn Thursday March 19, Childbirth Classes in a mother and a support per- Pioneer Public Television 5-session Tuesday evening son. It is important to have presents Stories from the series - April 2, 9, 16, 23 a strong support person at Heartland. Cindy Wahl, and 30, 2013. The classes your side during delivery. Walnut Grove, will be one of are held in the hospital Our classes are structured the features. Cindy will show classroom from 6:30 - 9 to help both of you feel at off her incredible basket- p.m. Pre-registration is ease and prepared. Thisweaving talent, and share her preferred. Please call (507) class covers topics in a for- love of this age-old form. 372-3106 for more. infer- mat that allows for in-depth THIRTY mation, discussions, practicing As you prepare for the techniques and questions. YEARS AGO birth of your child, it is Childbirth Classes March 17, 1983 important to learn about the include a course handbook, Several area model rail- changes your body is going handouts, and product sam- through and what to expect ples. Also included are lec- readers gathered in Walnut during childbirth. An tures, videotapes, discus- Grove last Sunday to set up their portable model rail- understanding of the child- sions, breathing exercises, birth process and good pre- and a tour of the Women's roads. The newly formed club hopes to set up their natal care throughout your Center. annual railroad for public dis- pregnancy are keys to hav- play in the near future. Club regional Knights of columbus free throw contest in Worthington were Lynae Kolar of Walnut Grove, Ramona Schreier of Currie, Jenny Vandendriessche of Garvin, and Monte Kuehl of Dundee. They will partici- pate in the state free throw contest in St. Cloud on Saturday, March 19. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 21, 1968 Effective May 1, Redwood County will participate in the federal Food Stamp Program. The food stamp plan is a pro- gram by which low income families can improve their diets and increase their food purchasing power, and at the same time, help in the utiliza- tion of agricultural products. Mr. and Mrs. William Leonard will be honored on their 60th wedding anniver- sary at an open house on Sunday March 31, at Christian Manor recreation room in Tracy. Mrs. Larry Wahl and Danny of Algonae, Michigan, arrived Monday to spend sev- eral weeks at the Martin Koblegard and Reinie Wahl homes. Josh Bell formerly of a Dodge / GM dealership is now working at Klasse Sales and Service and specializes in: All late-model vehicle maintenance and repairs Dodge and GM Diesels Factory GM and Ford Scan tools Brakes, exhaust, and suspension Lowest prices on TIRES and Interstate Batteries For best se~ie at the lowest price call 507-274-6166 or stop in at Klasse Sales and Service on main street. No job too big. No job too small. 5 qt oil change and filter for $25 while our huge supply of bulk oil lasts fees/epa/taxes extra 212914 a~ 7-, A patient advocate. A compassionate caregiver. An expert clinician. Dr. Kopperud specializes in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and is currently accepting new patients. To schedute an appointment, SANF~RD" [507) 274-6121. Westbrook itl l