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C mmunit00 TRIBUNE 0 T Carey and Becky Lidtke for their silver star rating at the Westbrook, they live at Minneapolis. 20, 1994 State FFA Convention for 655 FirAvenue. Paul worked at Honeywell and their activity event "Food for Leon was born and raised many years and Karen Departments Fitness". in the Storden area. They worked at nursing. They to a shed fire at have two children. Leon both have health problems farm south THIRTY YEARS farmed all his life and is now and are unable to work. afternoon, retired. Ruth was born in They have 3 daughters and 1 was hon- AGO Iowa, she worked in General son. "Melvin Jones April 18, 1974 Mills 30 years and is also Butch's hobbies are music by the Allen Rupp, Westbrook, retired, and he plays drums. Karen :Lions. This is the has accepted a position with They both enjoy traveling likes computer, reading, gi;ven by the the State Fire Marshall's and reading, writing and they enjoy their International Office. Rupp, who has oper- ated Rupp's Mobil in When asked why they grandchildren. chose Westbrook to live, they Asked what brought them Harold Westbrook for 21 years, said friends, church, closer, to Westbrook - family and Lindaman plans on selling his business hospital, etc. They like they help their daughter to three year in the near future. Westbrook and their home. with the grandchildren. the Rolling Hills No garbage may be hauled Her email is falkner@rrc- to the local city dump since Newcomers Paul and net.org the Cottonwood County Karen reside at 638 6th YEARS Commissioners approved a solid waste ordinance for the 19, 1984 and were chosen to Schmidt to represent attended "His Last the local high Over brought in and to the hospi- Wednesday, April 21, 2004 Page 9 IN= __--=THE 00PAST 00Westbrk-- I 00OIf By Toni Sletten and Street. tal for a fetal heart monitor. Garnet Fowler Paul was born and raised Corner Congratulations to Deena We welcome Leon and in Elkmound, Wi, and Karen Ruth Sorensen to was born and raised in county. The city of Westbrook has named Proctor Sanitation of Slayton to be the garbage collecting agent for the city. Henry Busswitz was pre- sented with a 50 year pin at the Masonic Lodge meeting in Jeffers on Monday night. Also attending the meeting were T.V. Pederson, Rolf Hage, Herman Boeck, Arnold Larson, and Dr. J. V. Carlson. WESTBROOK GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER By Bernice Christians Activity Director Resident Council was held on Monday with twelve residents and one family member present. Ruth Egenes opened the meeting with devotions. Discussion included the upcoming fundraiser for NEWS NE were Friday overnight Visitors of guests at the Milford and 81and at Good Gerry Anderson home. They Sgt. Rodney also visited Milford at the Italy and Good Samaritan Center and and and family, were Saturday dinner guests of Bill and Joyce Jenson. after Fron Monday morning coffee services guests of Betty Natterstad Tim Foslien were Janice and Judy were John Norstegard. and Roger Sunday morning visitors of Bernice Bashans were Mary +at Benson Mr. and Steve Larson, Mankato, Kopi)d--rtid, Anne Hallgren, Savage, and cousin Lida Sarah Larson, Roseville. Lageson met Friday evening Wayne and Benson for Debbie Rupp were visitors of Betty Natterstad. of Trinity "Lu Nelsen hosted met at the Neighborly Club Friday home afternoon. Those Jim and Donna Nelson, St. were Wanda Paul, were visitors of Lu and Jensen, Leslie Nelsen Friday after- Evelyn noon. Amundson, Saturday afternoon Jeff Janice and Judy Brudwick, (Wen Anderson Rockford, were visitors of Lu the les- and Leslie Nelson. Sunday afternoon Lu and was a Leslie Nelsen visited Vera guest atthe Larson at the Westbrook Donna Health Center. home, Donna Eichner was a guests were weekend guest at the James and Deb Sandbo home, Young and family, America. Darl Friday Roger Kopperud, and Roger Engen and Rev. Norman Fonss celebrated with Ed Daehlin for his 50 attended a years with the American :Assn. meeting in Legion at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center. and Donna Sunday afternoon Stanley Lake were and Ruth Madson attended of Olga the funeral for Florence after- Morey in Tracy. was a Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kopperud and Rebecca, Mr. Ann Dodson, and Mrs. Jay Thompson, Alaska, Maple Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Chadwell, Omaha, Francis Cohrs, Mr. and Mrs. Good Samaritan STAR employee for April 2004 Nancy Nelson CNA Westbrook Good Samaritan Center John Allen and Timothy, Mr. and Mrs. George Stencel, Priscilla Cemnick and sons Sarah Cohrs, Mpls., and Iris Marshall were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marshall, Marshall, to celebrate Julia's 6th birth- day and Kate's 2nd birthday. Sunday afternoon Roger and Marian Kopperud, Verna Kopperud, Gladys Mathiason, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warher, and Alan Mathiason attended an 85th birthday celebration for cousin Angeline Anderson at Christiana Lutheran Church, rural Lakeville. In the evening Roger and Marian had supper with their granddaughter Crystal Foslien in Mankato. Jay and Carolyn Thompson, Maple Grove, were weekend guests of Steve and Priscilla Comnick to attend the funeral of Raymond Peschges at Currie Saturday morning. Joining them for Sunday dinner was Ron and Coralyn Comnick, Iris Marshall, and Mason Comnick. Gerry Anderson, Ruth Ann Dodson, Anchorage, Alaska, Ernestine Chadwell, and Arlene Jensen visited at the Marion Anderson home, Friday evening. George and Darlene Roggow, Jackson, Darnel and Amy Christians were Thursday evening visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Michael and Deb Engler were Friday afternoon visi- tors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Clarence and Verna Engler, Marshall, were visi- tors for a few days last week of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. They also attended the funeral of Melvin Rachuy Saturday morning at Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook. Jane Schultz was a Monday helper at the Huldrich Nibbe home. Margaret Olsen was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe home. the Great Outdoors Project (landscaping and fencing), National Volunteer Week, and any resident concerns. The next Resident Council meeting will be May 10th. A Memorial service for Clara Kashmarek was held Wednesday after- noon. Suellen Dusek, Spiritual Ministries led the service. Activities this past week included music with Carl Nordquist of Windom Tuesday morn- ing, the adopt a grandpar- ent program with the W'VCG fourth graders Tuesday afternoon, mani- cures with Carolyn Benson Wednesday morn- ing, and bingo with St. Anthony's youth Wednesday evening. Sing/praise time was held with Pastor Roy Williams Thursday afternoon. Jane Schultz and Grace Jensen led the Thursday evening bingo with Laura Knudson winning black- out bingo. Volunteers assisting with beauty shop Friday morning were Jane Schultz, Gerry Anderson, Pauline Rueter and Romelle Wojahn. Irene Larson presented a program of piano and vocal music Saturday afternoon. Members of St. Anthony's Catholic Church conducted the weekly worship service on Sunday. Ruth Hoyme of Slayton was a dinner guest of Roselyn Hanson Saturday. Donna Martinson of Oregon, was a dinner guest of Bernice Thompson Saturday and Sunday. Lawrence Fogel's din- ner guest on Sunday was Bonnie Fogel. Lichty's + / 601 First Ave. V Flowers or Gifts feral/occasions Balloon Bouquets Decorating Items V Pictures - Silks Valspar Paints 274-6114 Waif's Line V 1-800-645.6479 W.tbrook, MN. 2 TD We Sefvic By Jan Undaman How many of you watched the Master's Golf Tournament last weekend? It was again so beautiful and full of excite- ment as Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson battled during that final round. We were so thrilled when Phil sunk that last putt and won his 1st major tournament. I was impressed with his interview later in which he stated that he thought he could do it that day--that he had so much confidence in himself. Confidence is not easy to come by, but it is so impor- tant in the game of golf. Many of the greats have quotes on confidences---Ray Floyd: "you are what you think you are, in golf and in life." Dawn Coe-Jones: "My golf game improved when I got better at believing in myself." Calvin Peete: "You have to train the mind for success." Johnny Miller: "you must never learn to think the negative." Gay Brewer: 'rhe fellow who wins is the fellow who thinks he can win." And that was so true for Phil. Sign up for men's and women's leagues is underway. There are sign-up sheets at the clubhouse. If you can't make it out there to sign up, give the club a call at -- 274-5166. Men's League starts May 12th and Women's League starts May llth. New league participants should get at least 5 scores in the handicap book a week before that date. The women have their spring kickoff and league meeting set for Friday, April 30th. Happy hour will start at 5:00 and dinner at 6:00. Sounds like a fun night has been planned. Tickets are available at the clubhouse. Call Marcy Chapman or Lois Williams if you have any questions. Golf meets coming up at Rolling Hills are: Friday, April 23--4:30; Monday, April 26--4:30; Tuesday, April 27--4:00; Monday, May 3--4:30; Thursday, May 6---4:15; Thursday, May 13--4:30. The course will be closed during those meets until 6 or 6:30. Thoughts for you to ponder this next week: "On the golf course, concentrate on the present, forget the past, and don't look too far ahead." Judy Rankin "Focus not on the commotion around you but on the oppor- tunity ahead of you." Arnold Palmer 'his game is like a horse. If you take you eye off it, it'll jump back and kick your shins." Byron Nelson Be back next week. ANNUmES and (800/  J.(L W,,;,m..;;. for Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136, 1-800-410-1859 Cooks. Cleans. Heats. Saves. He's got multi-tasking down pat. Propane does so many things so well. To learn more, visit WWW.MNPROPAN E.COM Your Professional MN Propane Dealers 1 -877-252-01 71 AIIENTION! 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 Lemonade AUCTION: 7:00 p.m. Donate an item to Sell!! Come to bid & buy at the auction// All proceeds to benefit Westbrook Health Center + mmm