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TRIBUNE Community_____ Wednesday, March 31 2004 Page 9 II I THE PAST WESTBROOK NEWS GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER YEARS AGO 1994 has received to the U.S. iai y. He has tiated into the Kappa, the }unior college Rafal is Barbara g took advantage weather to fin- House for Grove ice rink. Were donated by Jaycees. YEARS AGO 30, 1984 FFA Dairy participated James Dairy cOntest on March team finished 6th of the Red Rock of the Sweet have returned Detroit Lakes, they received at the meeting. Teddy is pres- ident of the Red Rock Ridge Chapter. Jason Merchant, Heath Johnson, and Danny Palmer took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place honors at the Pinewood Derby on Sunday. They will now compete at Scout-O- Rama on Saturday, April 14th in Springfield. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 28, 1974 Cottonwood County Courtroom was filled each day during the trial of Raymond G. Kraft, Brewster, and Edward Lee Anderson, Worthington. The two were on trial for the theft of a calf owned by Paul Enstad of Ann Township. A large group of family and friends celebrated with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flor at Our Savior&apos;s Lutheran Church in Dovray in honor of the 25th wedding anniver- sary of Mr. and Mrs. Flor. Six elementary students were honored as winners in an essay contest sponsored by Midwest Medical, the company trying to get a doc- tor for Westbrook. Students were to write an essay on why Westbrook needs a doc- tor. Pancake feed Dovray Fire Department held their feed at the Dovray Legion Hall last '% All Your Excavating Needs  r]CEN BACKHOE SERVICE H ete Farm Drainage . _AJJJ----.I. I] ulteh Cleaning II Work 2[ -00m'm II i]Vpes of Trackhoe & Backhoe Work II -Ic System Design & Installation II II II Onken II Shop Lyle Onken !! 507-763-3303 507-836-1049 Phone 274-6136 Arlyn and Dawn Wahl and 3 grandsons, Ft. Ripley, spent Friday with Ethel Cohrs. Curt and Jeanette, Michael and Christine, Woodbury, spent the week- end at the Milford and Gerry Anderson and Josephine Thiner homes and also visit- ed Milford E. Anderson at the Good Samaritan Center. Leslie Nelsen returned home last Tuesday afternoon from the Westbrook Health Center. Betty Natterstad was a Sunday evening visitor of Caroline Sondergaard. Mrs. Ethel Ausink, Excelsior, was a Saturday visitor of Leona Van Maasdam. The 500 Club met at the home of Ellen Nelsen last Tuesday afternoon. Mae Kleven was a visitor last Tuesday afternoon of Olga Erickson. Dale Nelson was a Friday afternoon visitor of Leslie Nelsen. Julie Costello, Kelly and Andrew, New Brighton, were weekend guests of Jordis Jans. Dwayne and Denise Eichner and Derek and Michael and Marge Eichner, Windom, were Saturday din- ner guests of Donna Eichner. Pete and Muriel Gundermann, Olive Mitchell, and Elffie Kopperud were Sunday evening visitors of Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen. Ethel Cohrs accompanied John and Betty Van Loh to Slayton Sunday, and were among others that met for dinner to help Jean Nantkes observe her birthday. Alex, Theo, and Maddy Johnson were visitors Friday afternoon after school of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Roger and Marian Kopperud were last Tuesday visitors of Ora Erickson. Merlyn and Sandy Hubin has spent the last week in Penscola, FL, visiting Sandy's mother and sister. Cassondra has been a guest at the Edna and Marlo Hubin homes while her par- ents are in Florida. Olga Erickson accompa- nied Jay and Kerry Alvarado to the Kent and Marilyn Bigbee home, Mankato, Friday. On Saturday after- noon the Bigbees and their children and grandchildren, Roger and Donna Erickson and their children and grandchildren and Gary and Myrna Erickson and their children and grandchildren met in St. Peter for dinner to help Olga observe her birth- day. Ron and Janel Johnson, Logan and Aaron, Eagle Lake, and Rhonda Maker and Jeremy De Vos, Marshall, were Saturday dinner guests of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Verna Kopperud was a Wednesday supper guest of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Marlene Gleason was a visitor last Friday of Edna Hubin. Ethel Cohrs called on Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen Sunday. Casey and Elizabeth Johnson and family were Sunday afternoon callers of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. By Bernice Christians Activity Director Week of March 22 It is so nice to wake up with sunlight coming in the windows, feel the sun-rays becoming warmer and see robins in the yard. I, for one, am anxiously awaiting the day when I don't have to reach in the closet for my coat. I've already walked around my flower garden just to see if any new growth is coming up. We have had several res- idents with us for a short time this past winter to recu- perate and to regain strength and stamina. It is great to see these residents take an interest in the inter- action and activities of our center. It has also been a blessing to say good-bye to those residents who have met their goals and have returned to live in their respective homes. This past week several volunteers have again assisted with activities. Carl Nordquist of Windom sang for the residents Tuesday morning. His music is enjoyed by the residents, staff and visitors. The fourth graders visited Tuesday afternoon and it's always fun to see the dining room and halls become so active. Carolyn Benson visited and did manicures for the ladies Wednesday morning. I over- heard Carolyn telling one of the resident's how much she looks forward to her time here each week. The resi- dents in turn look forward to her visits and their mani- cures. Thursday evening bingo was led by Jane Schultz and Grace Jensen. Winning blackout were Irene Zinda and Hans Asmussen. Beauty shop helpers Friday morning were Jane Schultz, Virginia Schneider and Gerry Anderson. Lillian Baarstad played the piano for the residents Saturday afternoon. Pastor Roy Williams led the Sing/Praise time Thursday. Pastor Melba Smith of Our Savior's Lutheran Church conducted the wor- ship service Sunday. The choir from Old Westbrook Lutheran sang for the residents Sunday afternoon, March 21st. Week of March 29 The end of March is fast approaching. As I recall the month entered quite like a lamb. By Wednesday we will know if the lion awakens to bid winter goodbye. Volunteers assisting with activities this past week included Joan DesLauriers with games, Anna Margaret Warner with sing along, and Allen and Deb Pierson with a music program. Grace Jensen called bingo Thursday evening with Wilbert Anderson winning blackout. Julie Byers and her daugh- ter visited residents Thursday afternoon. Volunteers setting hair Friday morning were Virginia Schneider, Kathie Christians, Gerry Anderson and Marilyn Johnson. We can still use people to set hair for our residents on a monthly basis. If you have about 2 hours of spare time a month and enjoy setting hair and visiting, you are perfect for the job. I can be reached at 274-6155. Bernice Bashans enter- tained the residents with a music and reading program Saturday afternoon. Pastor Roy Williams led the weekly worship service." and offered Holy' Communion Sunday after- noon. Bonnie Fogel was the dinner guest of Lawrence Fogel Sunday. Lichty's Flowers or Gifts I  for all occasions <, Balloon Bouquets '  Decorating Items Pictures- Silks i  ValsparPaints 274-6114 Game Feed w..,..,.. WESTBROOK -- Patrons at the Red Rock Sportsman's Wild Game Feed were 1-800-645-6479 treated to a variety of wild game last Saturday night at the Community Center. After the feed a dance was held. Helping in the serving line were Jim / Westbrook, MN. Patterson, and Craig Jans. 2 TD Wire Service Buy, Sell, or Rent I in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune I Ph. 274-6136, 1-800-410-1859 I Westbrook Good Samaritan Center presents IPc0000Ulval qDf Tables Proceeds to Great Outdoors Campaign 800-LOAN452 Friday, April 23, 2004 - Westbrook Community Center 6:00 p.m. of Theme Tables -- Dinner  Door Prizes & Guest speaker, Portia Martinson i and reservation [ flly 274-6155 or Stop at Good ADVANCE TICKETS ONLY, $10 (Adults only please) Limited Seating - Dinner served at the theme table of your choice: WINTER WONDERLAND THE VINEYARD LA FIESTA BONITA JOHN DEERE A TOUCH OF CLASS ANGELS AMONG US SCANDINAVIAN SPECTACULAR FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT HE ROSE WILL IT SNOW TODAY? HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS THE LUCK OF THE IRISH SUMMER GARDEN MILE STONES THE ENGLISH ROSES THE RED TOPPERS THE LUTHERAN PLATE YOU DON'T HAVE TO PASS ALL THAT GLITTERS Linda Schmalz Susan Blair Geana Hamilton & Kathy Schweim Marcie Chapman & Delna Mischke Brenda Knudaon/Lichty Drug Ruth Bevier Mardella Olson & LuAnn Jackels Darlene Bloch Tisha Paplow Kathy Schweim Anna Marie Spartz Schweim Donna Nelsen Nancy Nelson Angle Horkey/Floyd's Tire Service Karl Ourada & Kelly Beatty Bernice Christians & Annette Mischke Lois Williams Knakmuhs Agmcy/Becky Kmdunubs & Betty Kasi Get a Jump on Summer at First Avenue Salon Westbrook, MN. Phone 507-274-6313 Pedicure with paraffin dip & Manicure $35.00 (Ask Sally about manicure / pedicure punch card) Tanning Specials 200 Minutes $35.00 300 Minutes $45.00 500 Minutes $60.00 or unlimited tanning for April and May for $75.00 ( 1 person per card for unlimited pkg.) Remember: Gift Certificates for Mothers Day & Graduation