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TRIBUNE Community Wednesday, April 7, 2004 Page 9 IN THE PAST YEARS Women's Club area kiddies to lunch Easter Bunny last Face painting, fish bag toss were at the event. and Bernice Westbrook, were three MN that were rec- a farm families of The Christians by the County Ofce. storm dumped 3 - on the area Temperature cool most of the atil Sunday when degrees. YEARS AGO 6, 1984 has resigned the Westbrook will be moving to He and his wife in Westbrook for 2 years. daughter of Tim and Jocelyn Wester, was chosen as a winner at the MN Music Teachers Association State Piano Contest. She will now per- form at the State Honor Student Concert in June. Encumbents Marlowe Nelsen and Leon Mischke have both filed for re-elec- tion to the school board. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 4, 1974 John Rongstad offered his labor as one of the prizes bid on at the AG-STAG in Westbrook. He was "pur- chased" by Alan Rupp of Rupp's Mobil. Saturday John paid off his debt by working for 8 hours at the Mobil Station. Jim Schmidt and Todd Dibble were named to the 1973-74 All Conference Red Rock basketball team. Southwest MN Horseshoe League held their annual meeting at the Brook Lanes in Westbrook. Archie Anderson was re-elected president and Alvin Mischke was again named secretary- treasurer. 's Vocal Concert SMSU's Vocal will present its at 7:30 p.m. 20 in the on cam- Women's Vocal was created to the increased of singers in the groups on At the beginning of fall semester, there than a dozen who were join the Co_oncert to its limited 'and the need to bal- of In order to demands of so talented female singers, director Dr. M. Michael Suzuki organized a women's vocal ensemble for the first time, with the sup- port of the music faculty and various student organiza- tions. The concert will include selections from composers Mozart, Randall, Thompson, Arthur Koykka, Sherri Porterfield, Randall Thompson, Johannes Brahms, Miina Harma, Gabriel Faure and Moseph M. Martin. The April 20 concert is free and open to the public. Free-will donations toward the Women's Choir Fund will be gratefully accepted. For further information, call 507-537-7234. FOR BIDS Good Samaritan Center bids for lawn mowing Howard Erickson at Avenue by Apd119th, All Your Excavating Needs 0NKEN BACKHOE SERVICE Farm Drainage Ditch Cleaning Dozer Work Basement Digging 411 Types of Trackhoe & Backhoe Work 'ptic System Design & Installation Onken Shop Lyle Onken 507-763-3303 a Jump on Summer at Avenue Salon 0 Nicolas Hellewell receives highest scout award Nicolas Hellewell, Boy Scout Troop 269, Fremont, CA, was presented with scouting's highest award. Eagle Scout. at a dinner hosted by his family. A spe- cial ceremony was conducted by fellow scouts, leaders and Order of the Arrow team. His Eagle project involved a service project for Ardenwood Historic Farm. where he planned and imple- mented the building of vari- ous sized gates with the help of other scouts and adults. Nicolas, instrumental in the startup of Boy Scout Troop 269, has earned 29 merit badges in his scouting career. He is the son of Les and LeAnn Hellewell, Newark, CA, and grandson of Lawrence and Ramona Noomen, Avoca. A 2003 graduate of Newark Memorial, he is studying mechanical engi- neering at California Polytectmic University, San Luis Obispo. What Cancer Cannot Do Cancer is so limited ... It cannot cripple Love It cannot shatter Hope It cannot corrode Faith It cannot destroy Peace It cannot kill Friendship It cannot suppress Memories It cannot silence Courage It cannot invade the Soul It cannot steal Eternal Life It cannot conquer the Spirit Author Unknown The power of prayer has sustained us through Kenny's surgery and recov- ery. We humbly and sincere- ly thank all of you for the prayers, visits, phone calls, cards and flowers. We espe- cially thank our family for being with us and uphold- ing us through this trying time. Our love and hugs go to everyone who was with us in thought and prayer. God Bless you as He has us. Kenny & Gwen Find us on the Web at www.lyo n- sioux- press. corn MN. Phone 507-274-6313 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 Lichty's '/ 601 First Ave. \\;/ It Flowers or Gifts V for all occasions V Balloon Bouquets Decoratingtoms Pictures- Silks Valspar Paints and May for $75.00  274-6114 t (2 pe__rson per card for unlimi.  pkg...=.)  Watt'$ Line 1-800-645-6479 bet: Gift Certificates for  Westbrk, MN. Day & Graduation /' 2 TD Wire Sennce V Shinglin00l WESTBRODK sure sign of spring Scott Schoborg and hll crew were busy shingling Joyce Vortherms house last week. It has been near perfect weather for almost anything WESTBROOK NEWS Phone 274-6136 Thursday afternoon Mary Larson, Mankato, was a vis- itor of Bernice Bashans. Thursday evening the Rosehill Mennonite Cemetery Assn. met at the Senior Center. Visitors of Roger and Carolyn Benson were Lee Busswitz. Lu Nelsen, Bernard and Diane Balling, Bovey. MN. Ethel Cohrs, Shelley Keeler, Federal Way, WA, Erik and Angle Benson and family, Jane Schultz, John and Deanna Amundson and Joyce Vortherms. Bernard and Diane Balling were guests of Ethel Cohrs from Tues. - Thurs. coming especially to attend the funeral of Elwood Busswitz Wednesday morn- ing. Randi Heinrich and granddaughter, Walnut Grove, Roberta Bakken. Rozy Wahl. Dale and LaVonne Hanson and Laura Anderson were Thursday afternoon visitors of Olga Erickson to help her observe her birthday. Ronald Benson, Buffalo, visited Thursday afternoon at the home of Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen. Betty Natterstad and Bill and Evelyn Hanish were Thursday evening visitors of Opal Parker. Kathleen Thompson, Aberdeen, SD, Priscilla Comnick and Mitchell and Iris Marshall returned home Tuesday afternoon after spending 5 days visiting the Jeffrey and David Marshall families in Salt Lake City, UT and they also visited the Museum of Ancient Life there. On Saturday Priscilla and Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Barney went mountain skiing at Alta Ski Lodge. Arlyn and Dawn Wahl and Debbie Caouette were callers Thursday at the home of Ethel Cohrs before attending the funeral of Elwood Busswitz. Larry Anderson and Gerry Anderson visited Milford E. Anderson at the Good Samaritan Center Friday afternoon. Callers the past week at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home were Marlowe and Donna Nelsen, Bob and Sally Nelsen, Alex, Theo and Maddy ,Johnson and Ethel Cohrs. Mike and Julie Costello, Kelly and Andrew, New Brighton, and Steve and ,Jeanne Tolzman, Elysian, were weekend guests of Jordis Jans. Joining them fbr Sunday dinner were Steve and Brenda Jans, Megan, Scott and Michael and Layne Wiborg to help Steve and Brenda observe their 25th wedding anniver- sary. Margaret Olsen was a caller of Ethel Cohrs Sunday. Fern Refsal was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Olga Erickson. Rodney Nelsen, Plymouth, spent Friday and Saturday at the Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen home. Donna Eichner was a Saturday visitor at the Earl Grave home, Sheldon, IA. Iris Marshall attended the Mennonite Cemetery meet- ing Thursday evening at the Senior Center. Margaret Olsen was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Vera Larson was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Later Vera and Lu attended open house for Norman Larson's birth- day. Milford and LueIIa Anderson and Betty Natterstad were Sunday evening visitors of Caroline Sondergaard. Roger and Marian Kopperud and Glenda Renczykowski attended World Mission Prayer League Saturday and Sunday at Okoboji Lutheran Bible Camp, Milford, IA. Missionaries were from Brazil, Kenya and Ecuador and the sessions were on Open Doors for Missions 2004. Lemoine and Lois Grams, Hutchinson, were Saturday evening and overnight guests of Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen. How much water do we need? Instead of counting water consumption by the glass or ounce, just drink when you're thirsty. A new report from the Institute of Medicine's Food and Nutrition Board says most healthy people adequately meet their daily hydration needs by letting thirst be their guide. In addition, the report says coffee and other caf- feinated beverages can con- tribute as much to daily hydration needs as noncaf- feinated beverages. "While concerns have been raised that caffeine has a diuretic effect, available evidence indicates'that this effect may be transient. There is no convincing evidence that caf- feine leads to cumulative total body water deficits." The new report was summarized by Marls Reicks. nutritionist with the U of M Extension, in the March 2004 issue of "Nutrinet" newsletter, inet. About 80 percent of our total water comes from drinking water and bever- ages -- including caffeinated beverages -- and the other 20 percent is derived from food. Commercial and Farm Bulk Lubricants have Returned Oil & Filter i Chassis Lube Cooper Tes Transmission Fluid & Filter Exhaust Belts & Hoses Other Please Call for Appointment Oyt Oi! and nvenlence Walnut Grove, MN. Phone 859-2552 I IIIII I