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AORTIC ANEURYSM TRIBUNE Wednesday, April 14, 2004 Page 9 YEARS AGO 13, 1994 Wrestlers from all attended in Westbrook, by the Westbrook Club Over 100 ated. was chosen the winner g contest lunction with a .Clinic. Nate's most creative twritten and will be in the Magazine of Westbrook held at their new which houses police depart- librar): THE PAST Danny White and Ancil Reynolds were winners in district competition of the Coca Cola Bowling Tournament held in Westbrook. They will now compete in State Tourney in Minneapolis. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 11, 1974 Lichty Drug and the Elkhorn Inn were victims of burglars last Friday night. Approximately $4500 in watches, cameras and drug supplies were taken from Lichty Drug and an entire shipment of liquor was taken from the Elkhorn, valued at $5OOO. Kerry Brandt and Sue Senst have been selected to and Madeline. Storden. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Michael Eichner home were Dwayne and Denise Eichner and Derek, Scott and Maja Eichner, Hutchinson, Travis Eichner, Hutchinson, Lonny Eichner and girls, Iowa City, IA, and Kenneth Hunter and Sara of Wilder and Donna Eichner. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kuehl were among the Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Deb and Craig Jans home. Diane and Phil Schmitz of Belgium, WI, Jeff Morphew, Chaska, Lisa Tucker, Inver Grove Hts.. Dean Olsen, Eagan. were guests at the Bud Horkey home during the week. Tim Morphew, Windom, was a Saturday supper and Sunday dinner guest at the Bud Horkey home. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Horkey and Jessica 'were Sunday dinner guests at the Bud Spring sunshine These kittys were sunning themselves on the rail road ties lining the driveway of Roy and Sharon Spielman place southwest of Westbrook Monday afternoon. participate in the State FFA Horkey home. AG AYFARSU Band. They will take part in Edna Hubin and Alex the activitiesofthebandat Molina were guests Sunday Minutes of Dovray Area the State FFA Convention in at the Marlo Hubin home. 13,1984 St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boosters April 5 meeting Westbrook. an Honor the Boy Scout in a Photo Contest spon- Kodak Co. Auxiliary took in at their annual last week. The will go to the al Hospital. ESTBROOK dinner guests of were James Sullivan, James Conner, Hartford, Michael and Anthony, ..... and Austin of and Duane and Nathan, Brittany. and Ellen and Heron Lake. Bernice Bshans Daniel and ger and and Donna Windom, to Helen Jukulen's It. James. Hoffman, was at the Margaret from Monday through Friday Nelsen and Mary were Saturday at the Ethel eohrs was an Easter gUest at the Jean B home, rural Fulda. and Becky Erickson Maple Grove, afternoon Erickson. afternoon Sheila was a visitor of Nelsen and ttansen and Fern callers during of Olga Eriekson. morning Steve Erickson and at the Olga after church. them to Samaritan Center visited Erma then attended at the Dennis and Jeanette Michael and Woodbury, spent Weekend at the ! Anderson and Thiner homes and at the Good morning Wanda a coffee guest of Sandy Anderson, Eye, and Gerry Seven Westbrook High School German Club mem- bers and their instructor left for Germany last Sunday noon as part of the Ambassadors for Understanding program, which will send 1200 MN students to German),. NEWS Anderson visited Milford at the Good Samaritan Center Wednesday afternoon. Janice Anderson, Springfield, and Don Werner, Redwood Falls, Ruth Takle and Keith Nelsen were supper guests Sunday at the Lloyd Nelsen home. Mark and Jenny Takle and girls were Sunday callers at the Lloyd Nelsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Carlson, Matt and Angle Knakmuhs, Jake and Heather Halstensen and Paul " Hanson were Sunday dinner guests of Rolf and JoAnn Hanson. Tuesday afternoon Mary and Kenneth Kashmarek, Eldridge, IA, and daughter Kelly and sons, Andrew and Conner, Chicago, IL, came for the funeral of Clara Kashmarek. Daughter Jill and Steven Lamp and Christine and her fiance Willy of Davenport, IA. were all Tuesday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen. Scott Kashmarek, Davenport, IA, came Tuesday evening. Sunday afternoon Don and Donna Schoenenberger, Windom, were callers of Bernice Bashans. Jill and Steven Lamp, Christine and Willy were Tuesday overnight guests of Bob and Sally Nelsen. Karin Nelsen, Mpls., visit- ed at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home Wednesday. Wednesday evening visi- tors at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home were Elizabeth and Casey Johnson and chil- dren and Bob and Sally Nelsen. Marlowe Nelsen was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home. Sunday dinner guests at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home were Bob and Sally Nelsen, Rhonda and Jon Maker, Marshall, Stephanie Meyer, Mpls., Anthony Meyer, Fargo, ND, Jeremy De Vos and Elizabeth and Casey Johnson, Alex, Thee Thompson. Storden, Jim and Alison Marshall and famib; The meeting was called to order at 5 p.m. by President Dolores Schmitt. Roll call by Secretary LuAnn Jackels. Present were Dolores, LuAnn, Joyce Severson, Bob Schmitt, Terry Keller, Wesley Lindstrom, Marsha Hansen and Mardella Olson. Absent was Jane Weis. As this is the beginning of the New Year and we have a new member, Wesley Lindstrom, we must reor- ganize - elect new officers and decide on a meeting date. Mardella made a motion we re-install the same officers; President - Dolores, Secretary - LuAnn Jackels, V.P. - Jane Weis, and Treasurer- Terry, Keller. The meeting day and hour was left the same -- first Monday at 5 p.m. , Sec. LuAnn Jackels read the minutes of the March 1, 2004. Approved. Terry Keller gave the treasurers report with 2,383.88 in checking and the collection for the Centennial Fund has reached a little over $2100.00. Approved. Then we moved to the Centennial. Past Miss Lichty's 601 First Ave. Flowers or Gifts for all occasions Balloon Bouquets Decorating ltems Pictures- Silks ValsparPaints 274-6114 WaR's Line V 1-800-645-6479  Westbrook, MN.  2 TD Wire Service Find us on the Web at www.lyon- Find the Rest of The Story in the Sentinel Tribune Marshall, Katherine Thompson, White Bear Lake, Steve and Priscilla Comnick and boys and Iris Marshall were weekend guests at the Dennis Thompson home at Aberdeen, SD. Clarence and Verna Engler were guests at the Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe home Monday and Thursday Virginia Schneider was a Tuesday caller of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Clarence and Verna Engler, Marshall, Linda and Aaron Lang, Mrs. Marlene Engler, Windom, Eugene Engler, Windom, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Jorgenson and family, Windom, were dinner guests laster Sunday at the Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe home. The Engler family proi, ided,the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rupp, Ron and Elaine Harder, Jackson, Roger and Cecilie Teerink and family, Worthington, were Easter dinner guests of Murl and Mary Rupp. Elffie Kopperud was a Sunday dinner guest at the Francis Cohrs home. On Tuesday Gene and Arlo Engler. Windom, Clarence and Verna Engler, Marshall, Hilda Byers and Margaret Olsen helped Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe celebrate their 72nd anniversary. Grace Osland's birthday party guests at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center on Friday were Pastor and Terri Stangeland, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Osland and Myron Osland, Roger Oslands and Joshua, Kim and Mike Jorgenson and girls, Lake Benton, Katie and Travis Bortnem and daughter, Brookings, Lyle Oslands and Troy, Osh Kosh, WI, John Meier, Linda Meier and chil- dren, Lisa Dunkleburger, Ardell Foss, Hannah Nerem, Margie Mattison and Curtis Millers, Howard Warner, Earl Warners and Roger Kopperuds. Guests during the week of Roger and Marian Kopperud were Sgt. Kendall Osland family and Highway Patrolman Rodney and Shari Osland, Vanessa and Alena, Abilene, KS. Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Carlson were weekend guests at the Nate Thompson home, Mpls., and Easter dinner guests at the Jim and Gloria Behling home, North Hope. SURGERY? =o ITeat on oMomirml aortic oneuqm  Septembez, 1999? If a slent device wos imptonted and led to iltacnl   wtlril, rd of I wke, mroc- five smgery w deoflz, coil lames Rdshouse and Associates  flee at 1-800820-4167 o, visit us  at WWWJ'll.tll tO find Out 0fx,'t you hgol rights. Ask Ob00t the idt Ancue Smt-Gfd Devke. /. Jomes E. d=zse pv  ody in Wt b oms w epemced  n@o=  ::J James E. Rolshouse, Attorney USthdPeOdeJevnl I ' ; O o ; e ,, . New Ulm, Minnesola (507) 354-8850 Dovray girls will all receive a letter asking them to be in the parade July 10. Carriage Rides - Luther Tostengard - planned Old cars Luther Tostengard - planning Old tractors - Wesley Lindstrom - planning Quilts - second one is nearing completion, it will be a collector's item with old Dovray business places - 35 blocks - queen size - Helen Ruby and Vonnie - working Pet show - Peggy Klasse will put out notices - prizes to win Childrens games - Pam Barrie Museum Janice Tostengard - planning, Mary Ann Vosberg helping Sunderman Dance - 4 p.m. Their Trade name is Emerald Tide Parade - Steve and Sue planning Flags and sashes Mardella Olson, working Door prizes to sell chances on --Wesley Lindstrom and Terry Keller Food - Jane and helpers - planning Supper Saturday, 5 p.m. T Tommy (catered in park) Volleyball tournament - Matt Jackels Beer (;arden - Firemen Dance - Jim Peterson, Matt Jackels and Allan Huset T-shirts - JoAnn Shaw Fish pond - Diet Club - Shirley Jans Tractor pull - firemen, chairmen, Bernie and Chris Schlichte Dunk Tank - 4-H, plan- ning Kulpepper Kounty 7 p.m. in park Hand stamp - approwd and sent in. Sunday: 11 AM, Ecumenical Church in park, awarding scholarship, crowning que. Potluck dinner Horse shoe games by Bob Olson Bingo with prizes frm Boosters- Marsha tlans,e!!: i Tractor pull Beard growing contest judged. Having a clean-up day was discussed, date later The Legion Hall was all cleaned of rummage before Firemen Pancake Dinner. Next meeting, May 3. 2004 at4 p.m. Dolores Schmit Publicity Chron. FOR STRUCTURED ANNUITIES and INSURAN (800) 794. J.G. Wentworth means for Slnmtured AIIIPNTION! Westbrook Health Center Auxiliary Miscellaneous AUCTION & sUPPER Sat., April 24 at the Westbrook Community Center SUPPER: 5:30 p.m. Hot chicken sandwiches, Potato Salad, Homemade Pies, Coffee or Lemo0ade AUCTION: 7:00 p.m. Donate an item to Sell!! Come to bid & buy at the auction/! All proceeds to benefit Westbrook Health Center I