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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMI00,IUNITY Wednesday, April 9, 2014 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO April 7, 1999 The much hoped for dream of many interested people of the Westbrook Health Care Facility will become a reality on April 24, 1999. That is the date set for ground breaking of the new clinic, congregate apartments, and hospital refurbishing. The Association of MN counties (AMC) awarded local student Matt Kopperud, a WWG senior, a $3,000 scholarship to pursue his post-secondary education. The scholarship was present- ed during the AMC Legislative Banquet at the Radisson Hotel in St. Paul. He is the son of Gordon and Sheryl Kopperud. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 5, 1984 Physicians Assistant Don Cope, has resigned his posi- tion at the Westbrook clinic, and will be moving to Pheonix on April 12. He has accepted a position at Garritt Turbine Engine Company, as a P.A. in their medical clinic. The Senior Home in Westbrook had a surprise program Thursday afternoon. A car load of clowns arrived to make balloon puppies for residents and also put on a couple of skits. Several of the clowns were members of the Holly 4-H club in Murray County. Leader of the gang was Sheila Leonard. Angle Wester, daughter of Tim and Jocelyn Wester, Westbrook, was chosen a winner in the MN Music Teachers Association State Piano contest and will per- form in the 49th Annual State Honor Student concert at Northrup Auditorium on June 2. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO April 10, 1969 Only five resignations were received prior to the April 1 deadline and were accepted by the Board. With reluctance, they accepted the resignations of Mrs. Beryl Erickson, Mrs. Marvis DeBates, and Mrs. Harriet Roberts in the elementa- ry school, and Mr. Jerome Roberts, Miss Ruth Mersy from the high school. Charlotte Lindstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lindstrom and Laura Kleven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kleven, were selected as Westbrook repre- sentatives to the Cottonwood County Spelling Bee. Charlotte Lindstrom won the Cottonwood County Spelling Bee and will now repre- sent the county in the State Spelling Bee in Minneapolis on Saturday, April 26. WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 2746137; by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Priscilla Comnick, Elizabeth Swan and Iris Marshall attended the Marshall Beats Precision Program held at the Schwan&apos;s Community Center for the Performing Arts Sunday afternoon. Samuel and Kate Marshall were among the perform- ers. -Farm Drainage WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES April 9-16, 2014 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Beef roast, mashed potatoes, applesauce Thursday: Spaghetti, CA blend, lettuce, pudding Friday: Chicken, mixed veggies, fruit Monday: Potato casserole Tuesday: Turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans Wednesday: Swiss steak, baked potato, cam, pineapple Menus subject to change 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. Let's Go Fishing Lake Shetek Chapter of Let's Go Fishing---Spring Kick-off and Fundraising Event The Lake Shetek Chapter of LGF is plan- ning to hold a Spring Kick- off and Fundraising Event at Kirpatricks in Balaton on Sunday, April 13. At 4:00p.m. there will be a training session for new volunteers. This is for any- one interested in volunteering with LGF. Following the training session at 5:00p.m. the LGF board will hold an annual meeting. Agenda items include-open positions on the board, scheduling outings, and chapter activities. 2014 Chapter activities include -the Tracy Sportsmans Show, Walleye tournament, pon- toon rides at State Park free day, Currie Health fair, and parades. At 6:00 p.m. we invite everyone to come help sup- port LGF. Proceeds from the Build Your Own Burger/ Baked Potato Bar fundraising event will be used to support the 2014 season of free fish- ing and boating trips avail- able to area seniors. Extension offers Food Safety Employee Training classes The University of Minnestoa Extension is offer- ing a 2-hour course for food service employees that cov- ers the basic requirements for safe food handling. The class is designed for employees who are not certified food managers. A single outbreak of foodborne illness can eas- ily cost a food service opera- tion $75,000. Food Safety Employee Training is one -General Land Improvement ] Mike Onken 50 7'- 734-3150 Lyle Onken I 507-530-3233 Balaton, MS. & Sunda SD. 507-530-12331 way food service establish- ments can proactively work towards preventing such loss- es. The course will be held at the following locations: Worthington-Tuesday, May 6, 2-4 p.m., Regional Extension Office/Biotechnology Advancement Center, 1527 Prairie Drive. Marshall-Wednesday, May 7, 2-4 p.m., SWAVC Service Cooperatives, 1420 East College Drive. Willmar-Tuesday, May 20, 2-4 p.m., Regional Extension Office/Mid Central Research & Outreach Center, 180218th St. NE. Pre-registration is required one week in advance of the classes and class size is lim- ited. For more information contact Connie Schwartau at 507-337-2819 <te1:507-337- 2819> or schwa047@umn. edu or go to www.extension. umn.edu/food-safety State of Water Conference set "The State of Water: Minnesotans Protecting Our Lakes and Rivers" will be May 1 and 2 at Cragun's Resort in Brainerd. The conference is designed to offer attendees the latest updates and information on challenges and opportunities facing Minnesota's waters. It will bring together a host of speakers, including repre- sentatives of state agencies and leading experts on vary- ing topics. The event offers a five-track series of work- shops and breakout sessions designed to cover a wide range of significant issues: *Aquatic invasive species *Restoring aquatic habitat *Watersheds *Local impact and how to achieve goals and *Groundwater, nutrient management and run-off. There will be 35 differ- ent workshops and breakout sessions on the topics. This conference is open to anyone with interests in Minnesota's lakes and rivers. The program is designed to meet needs and interests of lake asso- ciation members, naturalists, citizen scientists, local deci- sion makers and citizens con- cerned about the future of our lakes and rivers. The first day's keynote speaker is author and con- servation activist Darby Nelson, an aquatic biologist and three-term member of the Minnesota Legislature. On the second day, attendees will hear from apanel composed of Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Commissioner John Linc Stine, Department of Natural Resources Assistant Commissioner Barb Naramore and Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources Executive Director John Jaschke. For more information or to register, visit http://www. conservationminnesota.org/ state-of-water-conference/. The conference costs $155, with lower rates for one-day attendees. Registration clos- es on April 18. 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COMBINES '11 CR9070, NH 580 HRS .................................. $259,900 '09 CR9070 NH, 800 HRS .................................. 5219,900 '10 CR9060 NH, 735 HRS .................................. $209,900 '08 CR 9060 NH 760 HRS ................................. S199,900 '08 CR9060 NH, 780 HRS .................................. $199,900 '00 TR-99 2255 HRS RWA .................................. S54,900 '98TR-98,1950 HRS ........................................... $49,900 '92 R-62 GLEANER, 2400 HRS ............................ S39,900 DRILLS & PLANTING 3600 KINZE 16131 ASD ..................................... S105,900 3600 KINZE 16R30 .............................................. %3,500 2600 KINZE 12123 HYD. DRIVE .......................... $44,900 2600 KINZE 16131 ............................................... $39,900 3600 KINZE 16131 .............................................. SS4,900 3600 KINZE 16132,TWIN ROW .......................... 559,  2200 KINZE ECONOFOLD 12R30 ........................ S21,900 KINZE 8R MOUNTED PLANTER ............................ S4,500 MIS(ELLANEOUS 750 DEMCO CARTWlScALE .............................. $17,900 500 JD CART, SCALE, TARP ................................... S7,900 400 UFT CART ........................................................ $3,900 2700 REM VAC ..................................................... 516,9(X) 2500 REM VAC ....................................................... S9,900 lll 7 GEHL SPREADER .......................................... S4,500 GRAIN HEADS '11 FD70 MACDON 40'W/TRANSPORT ............. $59,900 '10 74C NH 35'W/CRARY AIR ........................... $34,900 '04 74( NH 3D'. ................................................... $19,000 '99 800 GLEANER 25'. ........................................... S8,900 300 GLEANER 18'. ................................................. $1,350 '09 74( 35'W/CRARY AR .................................... $32,900 SKIULOADEN$ L185 NH, CABIHEATIAC,HI-FLOW, 800 HRS.......S33,900 '10 L185 NH, CAB/HEAT, 1330 HRS ..................... $31,900 '11 L213 NH 915 HRS ............................................ S21,900 L785 NH, 2260 HRS ............................................... S10,900 CORN HEADS 'lO 99C NH 8R30 2200A ....................................... $59,900 '08 9% NH 8R30 .................................................. 554,900 '09 98D NH 6R30 .................................................. $29,900 '07 DRAGO N 8TR ................................................. $32,S00 TILLAGE QUAD X2 WILRICH, 60'WIBAsKET .................... $46,900 42'7 QUAD 5 WIL-RICH, 4 BAR .......................... S21,500 37'QUAD 5 WIL-RICH, 4 BAR ............................ S19,900 41.5 QUAD 5 WIL-RICH, 4 BAR .......................... 518,900 46.5 DMI TMII, 4 BAR .......................................... 521500 43'DMI TM 4 BAR ............................................... 514,900 37'4900 ClH, 3 BAR .............................................. S5,900 513 WIL-RICH, SOIL-PRO 9-24 .......................... $36,900 '08 957 WIL-RICH, 7-30 .................................... $27,900 '04 957 WlL- RICH, 7-30 ..................................... 517,9(X) 510JD7-30 ......................................................... $11,900 512JD7-30 ......................................................... $15,900 7-30B DMI ........................................................... 515,900 '09 KRAUS DOMINATOR 18 ................................ $34,900 '07 2700 JD 7-30 ........................................... COMING IN 2200 M&W EARTHMAsTER .............................. $19,900 '07 BRENT CPC, 7-30, NICE ................................ 513,900 862NT WISHEK 30'WtHARROW ........................ 569,900 5850WlL-RICH 40'CHISEL PLOW ..................... $29,900 800 IH 10 BOTTOM PLOW .................................... $7,900 --A & A MEYER FARM, LLC-- COTTONWOOD COUNTY FOR SALE Springfield Township 135+/- Acres, Section 4, SW 1/4 oLU oU,J I John ) : I Tibodeau I_P_I """ 4 -- e D ij.n t' 319.85 ,..,.J 135 AC .-L. SALES PENDING Weimer Township 76.13-1-/-Acres, Section I W I/2 NE I/4 75.84+I- Acres, Section I N I/2 NW I/4 80+/- Acres, Section 2 E I/2 SW I/4 Springfield Township 75+/- Acres Section 4, E I/2, NW I/4, Ex 4.83 Acres Amo Township 80-+-/- Acres, Section 17 W I/2 NW I/4 Clark Prope00 WINDOM 507-831-2819 TOLL FREE 800-794-2819 Lisa Fredin, Broker Gary "Landman" Vanderwerf 507-830-0471 J0hn Cr0att Auctioneer 507-830-1984