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TRIBUNE Community Wednesday, March 24, 2004 Page 9 NCES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 23, 1994 defeated 43-42 Friday earn a in the Cub Scouts annual Pinewood Sunday evening. John Madson the races, with 1st, Tony 2nd, and Jordan plade. Declam Team will participat- Section competi- Graves, Haley Wendy Wagner, and Sarah YEARS AGO March 23, 1984 and Mrs. in Westbrook new members to Oscarette, and Bertha, aka rats. The students and observe the of the rats after fed well-balanced for beverages--2 milk and 2 are different beverage. Area farmers enjoyed a ham luncheon following the business meeting of the Farmers Elevator. Kenneth Anderson was re-elected and Jay Takle and Wayne Mischke were elected new members. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 21, 1974 Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Dovray and rural Willow Lake Lutheran Church are welcoming Pastor Gary Kubly and his family to the area. Pastor Kubly, his wife Patricia, and their son Matthew moved to Dovray this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Hage have returned home from a trip to Florida. Apparently, sleep caught up with them as they were passing Klasse Ford Garage. Their car swerved across the road, crumpling the front fenders on 2 new cars parked in front of the garage. No one was hurt. Delbert Schmidt was the lucky $50 winner of a draw- ing held at the Snowmobile Marathon held to raise money for a doctor. WESTBROOK NEWS 274-6136 Marlene Gleason Hubin went to St. met Mr. and Mrs. and Dominick. returned home Gleason to weekend. and Mrs. Darrell and Dominick were visitors Hubin home. Cohrs attended at the Ellen Friday. Butler and- trura, morn - of Olga Erickson. visitors were and Fern Diana Rachuy visitors of Lloyd and Sandbo, Young was a guest of Eichner from evening until and Diane Schmitz, WI and Jeff Chaska, were at the Bud Horkey home. Windom, was during the Linda Madson, ald Curtis, were dinner guests of and Ruth Madson. Circle of Trinity net at the Jean after- were Bashans, Wanda Zensen, Caroline Janice Amundson Pederson led the Anderson and Brandt called on last Monday Y Nelsen, IN, accompa- Elaine Rand, came Monday to Leslie Nelsen last Uring his surgery stbrook Health They returned to Wednesday. morning Mr. Michael Hubin, Gabrielle were Hubin. and Marian were guests of Forner, St. and going especially Hand Boll Choir evening at the Lutheran Cloud. En route visited at the home, Lake and Alison Marshall and children, Marshall were Friday overnight guests of Iris Marshall. Perry Zieske was a Thursday evening visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Ethel Cohrs visited Leslie Nelsen Sunday afternoon at the Westbrook Health Center. LaVonne Hanson was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Olga Erickson. LeMoine and Lois Grams, Hutchinson were Saturday overnight gue.sts of Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen. Donna Eichner visited Irene Zinda Thursday after- noon at the Good Samaritan Center. The Old Westbrook Lutheran Church Choir held their Hymn Sing Sunday at the Valley View Manor Nursing Home and apart- ments, Lamberton and Westbrook Good Samaritan Center. Following the Hymn Sing, the group were lunch- eon guests at the Roger and Marian Kopperud home along with Diana Kvilhaug, Worthington. Clarence and Verna Engler, Marshall brought dinner Monday and shared it with Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe and spent the after- noon. Jane Schultz was a visitor at the Bernice Bashans home Saturday. Clarence and Leora Hase and Gerry Ande .rson visited Milford E. Anderson at the Good Samaritan Center Sunday afternoon. Lu Nelsen accompanied Bob and Sally Nelsen Sunday afternoon to the N.D.S.U., Fargo concert Choir held at the First Lutheran Church, Marshall. Bob and Sally's grandson, Anthony Meyer is a member of the choir. Dwayne and Denise Eichner were Saturday morning visitors at the home of Donna Eichner. Patrick Connolly, St. Paul and Zachary Pandle, Milwaukee, WI were Tuesday evening visitors of Iris Marshall. Michael Engler, Marshall was a Monday morning caller of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. corn Poster winners WESTBROOK -- Abby Dusek and Mitchell Jarmer were selected as winners in the annual Dairy Poster Coloring Contest. They each received a t- shirt and a certificate for their efforts. Submitted photo GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER By Bernice Christians Activity Director Week of March 15 Resident Council met Monday with Ruth Egenes, LSW, with seventeen resi- dent present. Ruth discussed with the residents the upcoming family afternoon scheduled with our physical therapist, Charlie Bigelow, on March 30. All residents, family members and commu- nity members are invited to attend. Gary visited with residents regarding any con- cerns with their food, care, or privacy issues. Groups coming in this past week included fourth graders with adopt a grand- parent and the youth from St. Anthony's Catholic Church. The residents love seeing end interacting with the young people. We appre- ciate your visits. Elderhostels at Lake Shetek Lutheran Camp Retreat Center Experience the glories of early spring in Southwest MN, three hours from Minneapohs/St. Paul. The Lake Shetek Retreat Center, where Elderhostel programs are sponsored by Augustana College of Sioux Falls, SD in conjunction with Shetek Lutheran Ministries, is located on Keeley Island in Lake Shetek. The Retreat Center is adjacent to Lake Shetek State Park and is eight miles north of Slayton, MN. The classroom boasts a rustic stone fireplace, large windows, and spacious decks over-looking the wooded lakeshore. Fishing and walking trails are available on site. It is close to several wildlife areas and public golf courses. Participant accom- modations at the Center are double occupancy only with private bath. Southwest Minnesota's Dakota Conflict, Coteau Country and Peace Pipes Hear authentic stories of Buffalo Ridge (coteau) and this beautiful prairie/lake country. Enjoy field trips to the sacred red quarries at Pipestone National Monument, the End-O-Line Railroad Park and actual sites of areas involved in the Dakota Conflict at Lake Shetek in 1862. Nature's Notebook Investigate the Buffalo Ridge wind generators, the sacred Dakota pipe, local agriculture in the 21st cen- tury, regional entomology and birds of Southwest MN. Prairie restoration will be discussed during the field trip to Dakota Conflict sites. Volunteers assisting with activities this past week included Joan DesLauriers with games and music, Carolyn Benson with manicures and visiting, Judy Tighe with chit chat, and Jane Schultz with Thursday evening bingo with Jasper Hovde winning blackout. Wednesday dinner guests of Anne Donahue were Kathleen Silvernale and Joan Jorgenson. Pastor Jerry Giese of Trinity Lutheran led the worship service and offered Holy Communion Sunday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests included Bonnie Fogel and Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob, guests of Lawrence Fogel; Edna and Linda Donahue, guests of Anne Donahue; Gerald and Pat Jarmer and family, guests of Irma Kueht. Shaver reading Retired SMSU profes- sor Lou Shaver, the first wheelchair basketball coach at the University, will read from his new book, Damn Bunch of Cripples: My Politically Incorrect Education in Disability Awareness, at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 29 in Charter Hall 217 on cam- pus. Shaver coached the Mustang wheelchair team to a trio of national champi- onships and is enshrined in three wheelchair basketball halls of fame. The title of the book came from a former player, Curt Kettner and is a phrase Kettner used, jok- ingly, to describe the team. It was Kettner and John Schatzlein who recruited Shaver to be their coach whee Shaver arrived on the SMSU campus in 1969. "I had no experience or back- ground in the sport, but we came to an agreement - I would coach, and they would teach me about wheelchair basketball," said Shaver. Shaver was head coach of the team for 25 years. He is currently an assistant coach for the Mustang wheelchair basketball team. The event is sponsored by the SMSU Learning Resources Center, Physical Medicine, Counseling & Testing Services, Wellness & Human Performance and the Office of Cultural Diversity. i ill Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel A]ignrnent Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modern body I shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Wcmtbrook, MN. 5O7- 274-6166 i ii i By Sandy Anderson 2004 Award winners Some of the new varieties for 2004 have unique color, form, or foliage. Others are improved for disease or drought resistance. Listed below are some of the win- ners. Two award winning Celosias with plumes up to 10 inches long thrive through summer heat and humidity as well as drought conditions. They are Fresh Look ROd, and Fresh Look Yellow. Clematis Andante, has rosy buds that open to cot- ton-candy pink with a trace of rose. Clematis Crystal Fountain, has large blue flowers with unusual white, fountain-like stamens. It blooms early summer and repeats in late summer. Coreepsis CrAme brulee, has bright yellow daisies from late spring to fall. Dahlia Fuzzy Wuzzy, has showy, 4 inch flowers with bright pink petals and notched white tips. It grows 3-4 feet tall. Dianthus Amazon Rose Magic, has blooms that open white, then age to pink and dark rose. All colors are present at once in a cluster. Echinacea Orange Meadowbrite, has the first- ever orange coneflower. Echinacea purpurea Little Giant, is a dwarf pur- ple cone flower with large reddish purple flowers with dark orange cones. Gaillardia Fanfare, has a circlet of brilliantly colored miniature trumpets. Geranium Orion, is a cranesbill with large, bril- liant blue flowers with vio- let veins blooming from mid spring to early summer. Geranium Okey Dokey, is a hardy geranium with sil- very blue-lavender flowers and rich purple foliage. Hemerocallis Hot Chocolate, is a daylily with chocolate-colored flowers with yellow and green throats. Queeny Purple, is a dwarf hollyhock with frilly-edged purple flowers, having a powder puff of petals, attain- ing a height of 20-30 inches. Hosta Brother Stephan, has bright gold, heavily ribbed leaves with wide blue.green margins. Hosta Morning Angel, has heavy, shiny dark green leaves with deep ripples. Impatiens "Fanciful Pink" is a shade plant that has frilly semi-double pink flow- ers. Impatiens Infinity Series, are New Guinea impatiens with large flowers coming in colors of cherry red, lilac, orange, pink, salmon and white. Iris Mexican Holiday, is a tall bearded iris with bi-col- ored gold and maroon flow- ers; blooms early. Lily (Oriental trumpet) American Adventure, has dark crimson-red blooms trimmed with white and a green starburst center. Lily (Oriental) Miss Lucy, has elegant double flowers with petals that are white with a soft pink blush. Nemesia Shooting Stars, has unusual, orchid-like yel- low and white flowers that resemble a streaking star and have a coconut fra- grance. Novella Lavatera is an annual with rich rose-pink, cup-shaped flowers that bloom all summer. Osteospermum African Moon, has daisy-like white flowers with soft apricot petal tips and is heat and drought tolerant. Petunia Easy Wave Salmon, has salmon-pink blooms all season. Petunia Limbo Violet, has 3 inch deep violet flowers, growing 6-7 inches tall. The flowers recover quickly from the rain, wind and overhead watering. Phlox Grammy Pink/White, is an annual with large clusters of Star- burst-patterned deep pink and white flowers. Thunbergia Spanish Eyes, is a black-eyed Susan vine with flowers in shades of pinkish orange with a dark eye. The vine grows up to 5 feet long. Vinca Merry-Go-Round, is a tall vinca with cherry red flowers and glossy green leaves. Zinnia Swizzle Scarlet and Yellow Bicolor, is a large- flowered zinnia with dra- matic red and yellow bicolor blooms. If you have any questions, you may call me at 752-7658 or e-mail me at andersks@rrcnet.brg. For All Your Excavating Needs ONKEN BACKHOE SERVICE Complete Farm Drainage Ditch Cleaning Dozer Work Basement All yes of Trackhoe & Backhoe Work Septic System  & Installation Mike Onken Westbrook Shop Lyle Onken 507-274-6649 507-763-3303 507-836-1049 T Good Samaritan STAR employee for March 2004 Millie Hay Dietary Westbrook Good ' Samaritan Center I I I I i i i iii