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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST WESTBROOK Sanford Worthington welcomes SENIOR FIFTEEN YEARS AGO March 25, 1998 Jared Cooley has been named KDOM Wrestler of the Year. Zach Takle has been named top basketball player of the year. On Sunday, March 8, AAL Dist. Representative Clint Baumgard of Lakefield, pre- sented a check of $1,000 to Our Savior's Lutheran church of Dovray to help fmance the celebration of its 100th anni- versary. After working for the ele- vator in Storden for 33 years, MarNe th'ins walked out of the office Friday afternoon a "free" woman, retired at last. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 24, 1983 Members of the library board were present at the Monday night city council meeting and got the OK to join the Plum Creek Library System. The council was told they would not be giving up any of their control by joining the system and that someone from the local library board would serve on the advisory board for the system. An early morning fire caused over a million dollars in damage to the Schmitz Elevator in Currie last Friday. Destroyed by the fire was a wood frame elevator building containing 60000 bushels of soybeans, the office, and truck scales. Heavy losses to a nearby storage bin contain- ing 17000 bushels of corn are expected. The fire was reported at 5:00 a.m. and there were no injuries. The universal 911 emer- gency number was placed in service recently in Westbrook, Jeffers, and Storden. Delft and Mt. Lake will soon have the service available, and the entire county of Cottonwood will be able to dial the emer- gency number if needed. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 28, 1968 Cottonwood County Sheriff's officers investigated four break-ins at Jeffers and Storden sometime Sunday night. They report that not over $50 in small change was taken from all the establish- ments. An above normal rash of grass fires this spring have plagued firefighters, both in and around Westbrook, and southern MN in general. Tinder dry conditions made burning in rural areas extremely hazardous. Almost constant winds quickly spread blazes into major prai- ne fires. NUTRITION March 27 - April 3, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Spaghetti, green beans, lettuce, dessert, milk Thursday: Egg bake, fruit cup, dessert, milk Friday: Fish sandwich, hash browns, mixed vegeta- bles, dessert, milk Monday: Swedish meat- balls, paprika potatoes, corn, dessert, milk Tuesday: Liver or ham- burger steak, boiled potatoes, peas, dessert, milk Wednesday: chow mein, oriental vegetables, peaches, dessert, 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. Prepared Childbirth Classes Sanford Worthington Medical Center will be offering Prepared Childbirth Classes in a 5-session Tuesday evening series - April 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2013. The classes are held in the hospital classroom from 6:30 - 9 p.m. Pre- registration is preferred. Please call (507) 372-3106 for more information. As you prepare for the birth of your child, it is important to learn about the changes your body is going through and what to expect during childbirth. An understanding of the child- birth process and good pre- natal care throughout your pregnancy are keys to hav- ing a healthy baby. Childbirth education classes are designed for the mother and a support person. It is important to have a strong support person at your side during delivery. Our classes are structured to help both of you feel at ease and pre- pared. This class covers topics in a format that allows for in-depth discus- sions, practicing techniques and questions. Childbirth classes include a course handbook, hand- outs, and product samples. Also included are lectures, videotapes, discussions, breathing exercises, and a tour of the Women's Center. l'hercs no place, like USA.Nov. It's the official source of federal and state government information. It can make you as all-knowing as the Wizard of Oz. USA.gov 1 1800} I"ED-II"O EFFICIENCY HAS NEVER BEEN SO EASY Boomer" compact tractors are loaded with features that keep you comfortable and productive while saving you time and money. Controls come easily to hand and you get an outstanding view over the doped hood. You get fast implement and steenng response thanks to the hgh-capacib], dual-pump hydraulics. Check out the other easy Boomer features: EASY-TO-USE HYDROSTATIC OR SHUTTLE TRANSMISSION. COMPACT DESIGN AND EASY MANEUVERING IN TIGHT SPOTS ADDED TRACTION WHEN YOU NEED IT FROM 4WD AND DIFFERENTIAL LOCK. 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S15,]0 COMBINES '08 CR 9060 NH 750 HRS ..................... COMING IN '00 TR-99 NH 1612 HRS ........................... 984 900 'OOTR-99 22SS HRS RWA ......................... $89:gQ0 '92TR-% NH 4000 HRS ............................ $19 900 '07 R-7S 1040 HRS COMING IN .............. 9159:900 9600 ID 2125 HRS ................................... 954,900 '92 R-52 GLEANER, 2400 HRS ........... , COMING IN '93 R-S/GLEANER, 2500 HRS .............. COMING IN MISCELLANEOOS '12 42'MANDAKO ROLLER 36". ................ 931 900 690 KILL BROS. CART ............................... 911'900 '07 WILRICH 20'SNREDDER ............... ,.... S16'.900 P-12 MILLER LOADER ................................ $4'900 2700 REM VAC ........................................ 915'900 2500 REM VAC ........................................... $12'900 609 BRADCO SSL BACKHOE ...................... ',950 SU DENGA 6" brash auger (off demco 550) .. $1,100 SKIDLoADERS '06 L-I) NH 1950 HRS .......................... $26,900 '01 LS-170 NH 5400 HRS CAB & NEAT....... 912,900 '01 LS-170 NH 4800 HRS ......................... $11,o0 4840 GEHL 2600 HRS CAB & HEAT ........... 916,900 '12 !.22f HH,CAB/HEAT/AC, 600 HRS ........ 937,500 '05 317J0 CAO/I'fEAT, 1900 HRS ............. 917,900 '09 L17ONH2300 HRS ............................ $21,500 2L-785 NH, 5950 HRS ............................... $8,500 new Certified Nurse Practitioner Sanford Worthington is pleased to "announce that Robin Uithoven, CNP has joined its team of health care providers. Ms. Uithoven is a board certi- fied nurse practitioner who began seeing patients at Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic on March 25, 2013. Ms. Uithoven received her undergraduate training from the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD and Bethel University, St. Paul, MN. She com- pleted her graduate studies from St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN. She has prior experience and has specialized in inter- nal medicine and infectious disease. As a board certified nurse practitioner, Ms. Uithoven will provide medical care including exams, ordering and interpreting tests, pre- scribing medications and therapies to those 17 and older. She will work with Dr. Weng, the new Hematologist / Oncologist at Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic to provide comprehensive oncology care m a team approach. "We're so pleased to wel- come Robin to our Sanford Worthington family," stated Greg Shell, Sanford Worthington Clinics Manager. "She will be a wonderful addition to our medical community and the new cancer services we are offering to Worthington and the surrounding communi- ties at Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic." Ms. Uithoven lives in Spirit Lake on Lake Okoboji with her husband Brad. She has two adult children. In her spare time, she enjoys practicing and teaching yoga, walking, biking, trav- el and spending time on the water with family and friends. For more information or to make an appointment with Ms. Uithoven, please contact Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic at (507) 343-6100. Clinic hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sanford Worthington expands cancer services medical degree in 1984 than ten first authored and Dr. Weng, new hema- tologist / oncologist, joins Santord Cancer team ) .... 8anford ,Wohirgtor ;is pleased to announce the expansion of its cancer ser- vices with the addition of Liangping Weng, MD to its medical staff. Dr. Weng, a hematologist/oncologist, is the newest member of the Sanford Cancer team based in Sioux Falls, SD. Dr. Weng's addition means the Sanford Cancer program expands to Worthington. Dr. Weng began seeing patients at Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic on March 4, 2013. He joins H. Jae Yoon, MD, a radiation oncologist who has been a part of the Worthington cancer pro- gram since 2010. Dr. Weng received his from Wannan Medical College in China. He com- pleted his internal medical residency at the Mount Vernon Hospital in New York and his hematology/ oncology fellowship at Boston University Medical Center. Dr. Weng is board certified with the American Board of Internal Medicine and specializes in blood dis- eases (hematology) and cancers (medical oncology). "Adding Dr. Weng to the Sanford Cancer program and our Sanford Worthington family is a great benefit for this area," stated Mike Hammer, CEO of Sanford Worthington Medical Center. "Worthington and the sur- rounding communities have not had a local hematolo- gist/oncologist until now. His direct connection to the Sanford Cancer team in Sioux Falls also means our patients here have access to the latest treatments and research." Dr. Weng has also con- ducted his own extensive research. His studies with Boston University, Dana- Farbar Farber Cancer Institute and Ohio State University on the molecular and genetic base of the malignancy behavior of cancer cells yielded more several coauthored papers including Current Biology, Cancer Research and Mol. Hum.Get Human Molecular Genetics. "Dr. Weng's extensive training and research make him an integral part of our Sanford Cancer team," says Michael Keppen, MD, oncologist, Sanford Cancer. "His contributions to our team will not only benefit patients in the Worthington area but all of our Sanford Cancer patients." Dr. Weng will provide outreach in Jackson, MN; Slayton, MN; Tracy, MN; Windom, MN, Westbrook, MN and Sheldon, IA. Dr. Weng is married with two children. He has relo- cated to Worthington and his family will join him this summer. His wife is a pro- fessor and research scien- tist. In his spare time, he enjoys being with family and friends, playing cards and gardening. For more information or to make an appointment with Dr. Weng, please con- tact Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic at (507) 343- 6100. Clinic hours are Monday -Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. DNR Qu.;stion of the wee: Q: When I think of spring, I think of making maple syrup. What conditions produce the best sap out- put? A: During March, I watch the long-range weather forecast. When an extended period of warm daytime temperatures are predicted to reach the upper 40s or higher, and nighttime tem- peratures fall below freez- ing each night, the trees will break dormancy and sap will flow. Then I need to have my equipment ready to start tapping. In northern Minnesota we rarely get steady weather patterns, so we may get a few days of sap flow fol- lowed by none. Warm mild days with little wind that reach well above freezing in the morning and nights that dip into the mid-20s will produce the strongest pro- longed flow. If that pattern holds for a week or more that's great sap flow weath- er. 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