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e YEARS AGO April 23, 1981 new filings for school by Clerk, this past week Cohrs and Laffy filing for the positions. Marlowe Nelsen had filed. rang people will be at Trinity Lutheran April 26. They are Dean Robin Cohrs, Marnee Lee Mischke, Nathan Loft Sell, Tim Spiclman, and Randy Wahl. a senior at Moorhcad, will recital, on Saturday April 25 at the Hvidsten Music. She will be by Kay Klasse of TWENTY YEARS AGO 1971 Firemen are hoping will start to realize that it is against the law at the dump grounds at any afternoon were to a grass fire from a fire at the fwe that has in this manner in the Gent Buss m Two from the Westbrook area have been placed on the honor list at Mankato State College. They are Larry Thorstad a junior and Janet Einertson who is a freshman. Nine young people renewed their baptismal vows at confirmation at Faith Lutheran Church Sunday, April 18. They are Greg Ahrens, Kathy Bemardson, Joyce Horkey, Susan Jorgenson, Douglas Lohse, Lonnie Schmidt, Rosalyn Sell, Bradley Timmerman, and Linda Wipperman. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 20, 1961 Facing a blustery cold spring wind many area residents witnessed ground breaking ceremonies Sunday for Westbrook's Community Senior Citizens Home. Taking part in the ceremonies were Sever Knutson, Melvin Klasse, Henry Stutz, N.M. Green, Bill Bjornson, Wes Ewy, Grant Flatgard and Tom Jorgenson. Mr. Green, a future resident of the home, turned the first shovel of earth. Miss Rose Peterson, librarian at Mary Ann Hagemeyer. In the afternoon they all attended the bridal shower honoring Lynn Nelson. Margaret Olsen, attended the 50th anniversary open house of Lawrence and Bonnie Fogel Sunday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church. Mrs. Clara Backstrom was a Friday afternoon visitor at the home of Mrs. Howard Boeek. Wednesday evenin Mr. and Mrs. Bob Knudson el Marshall took Mr. and Mrs. Bob Olson and Anna Germer for supper at Lake Shetek to honor the Olsons on their anniversary. Friday afternoon coffee guests of Beulah Stuwe were Harris and Aliee Olson, Rachel Wamick and Beulah Phipps. Friday afternoon, April 19th, Mabel Wyatt attended the funeral services of her former brother-in- law, Henry Helgeson, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Lamberton. He is survived by three sons, Merton, John and Rodney and their families all of Bumsville, MN. YvonneKr0hn of Pipestone was a visitor at the Lowry Anderson home last Monday. Deloris and Don Lindley of Springfield, Lorraine Wahl, Kenneth and Gwen Anderson and Walter Larson were luncheon the local schools, was in guests of Florence Anderson- attendance at a conference for Sunday afternoon. librarians and teachers held at the Monday afternoon Margaret University ofMinnesotaApril 15. Olsen attended the funeral of Howard Erickson was not Katherine Yarger at Bethel present (4 minutes late) in a Mennonite Church at Mountain Westbrook store Friday night when Lake. members of the his name was called as winner in Irene Tyler and Irene Zinda were W Judging Team, willthe "Friday Nits Cash Drawing'. Sunday callers of Clara estbrook at the State The 25 script dollars will he added Kashmarek. week callers at the Ed home were Adolph Elaine Larson, Stella : Dugan and afternoon Lu Nelsen the Lynn Nelson bridal afternoon three ladies Lutheran Visiting Zttee visited shut-ins to the next drawing. attended the 50th anniversary open house Sunday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fogel at Trinity Lutheran. In the evening the Nelsens were among the guests at the Norms Ackerman home for 500 Club. Saturday and Sunday morning Doug Erickson and boys spent Saturday and Sunday at the Roger Erickson home. Sunday Olga Erickson was an additional dinner guest at the Roger Frickson home. Tom Giese of Willmar was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Cobra home. Alice Horkey was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Julie Tibodeau. Mrs. Doug Kuehl was a Wednesday afternoon visitor at the Art Kuehl home. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eichner, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Eichner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Comnick of Good Paul Ransenbetger the 50th anniversary open Lawrence and Bonnie Lutheran Church Later ;ers and Edna at the Siayton were evening visitors of afternoon Mildred attended the 50th house in honor of and Bonnie Fogel. In the was a visitor at Bunting home along and Mrs. Voyne Bunting, Mrs. Tony Bunting and and Mr. and Mrs. Ole to help Teddy observe Mrs. Paul l:)eJager of IA, visited at the Peter home Sunday Backstrom visited at the nursing afternoon. Dugan left for her OR, Monday ten days with her Mrs. Leslie Nelsen to help their son, Andy, celebrate his 6th birthday. Other family members there were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jarmer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jarmer, Cody, Jenna and Jace and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jarmer, Kassandra and Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Olson visited Margaret Olsen Wednesday evening. Lillian Wahl and Clara Kashmarek visited at the Ellen Beseke home at Alfa last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Erickson of Fridley were Thursday overnight guests of Olga Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Erickson were also Thursday dinner guests at noon. On Friday the Gary Ericksons went on to Brookings to visit Mr. and Mrs. Grant Pcterson Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen were visitors at the Kenneth Knutson home. Mildred Bunting and Alice Horkey attended the Hospital Auxiliary supper and sale at the Community Center. Charmaine Flen of Rochester was a weekend guest of Kee Kee Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reksten of St. Peter joined them for Sunday dinner.-, Thursday forenoon Harold Wersal of Morgan was a visitor at the Art Kuehl home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grave of Sheldon, IA, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grave of Red Wing were Sunday visitors at the Lloyd Eichner home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hanson, Alison Cohrs and Rebecca Connolly were Sunday evening visitors of Iris Marshall. Margaret Olsen visited Laura Schmidt at the Windom Hospital Monday afternoon. Mildred Bunting. and Clara Kashmarek visited at the Richard Willemssen home last Wednesday. Friday forenoon Elizabeth Johnson and Alex of Storden were callers at the Leslie Nelsen home. Bob and Grace Jensen were Thursday visitors of Alice Horkey. In the evening, Alive, Mildred Bunting and Irene Tyler attended Game Night at the Senior Center. Pastor and Mrs. Allan Nelson of Luverne were late Sunday afternoon callers of Kee Kee Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boeck SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 7 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 24, 1991 Saturday afternoon David and Hilja Nelscn of Minneapolis were callers at the Leslie Netsen home. Richard and Vicky Horkey were Wednesday dinner guests of Alice Horkey. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eichner, Helen Rupp and Ann Mischke were Friday evening visitors of Ethel Youngck. Mrs. Art Flor visited Art Flor at the Slayton Manor Sunday morning and had dinner with him. In the afternoon Mrs. Flor attended the 50th anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fogel at Trinity Lutheran Church. Saturday "afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hamilton attended the funeral of Ralph Hamilton at the Tracy Methodist Church and burial at Restland Memorial Garden at Slayton. Later they were evening visitors at the Art Kuehl home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob VanMaasdam and family of Red Wing Spent Friday night and Saturday at the Peter VanMaasdam home. Saturday Hattie Gertner of Windom and Anna Gertner attended the Chordhustlers program in the afternoon. Alma Kosel and Margaret Olsen visited Laura Schmidt at the Windom Hospital Friday afternoon. Lois Cohrs and Florence Hughes were Friday afternoon visitors of Clara Ka hmarek. Arbor Month, think windbreaks With spring comes the drying spring winds that blow across the land. This is the time of year when the soil is most vulnerable to wind erosion. Wind erosion occurs when sGil is loose, dry and finely granulated. The wind will blow valuable topsoil from a field or area when the surface is smooth, vegetative cover is sparse or absent and when the area is sufficiently large. Blowing soil can cause significant damage to growing crops especially when plants are young. Productivity is also decreased as the wind carries off the topsoil that contains organic matter and plant nutrients. When you see this happening know that there is an economical way to control wind erosion. This can be achieved by using a combination of windbreaks and conservation tilMge. Windbreaks work by reducing wind speed thus sheltering the Wetlands Bill clears two News Column Rep. Ted Winter When the wetlands bill passed out of the agriculture committee a few weeks ago, many of the concerns farmers had about the bill were minimized. Now the measure were supper guests at the Ray Gorder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kopperud Thunder were afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Olson were resent at the Okoboji ELCA Camp supper guests at the Lloyd Eichner Monday evening visitors of Ethel faces one of its toughest hurdle: the r the World Mission Prayerhome. The eomnicks were alsoYoungcL Appropriations Committee. League Conference with a theme Bonding money for wetlands remains m the bill, with $5 million provided from the general fund for debt service on the bonds. But with overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Sy Menk attended the 50th wedding anniversary of George and Iva Matzke at the of Proclaiming the Gospel of Salvation. Sherman Kopperud accompanied them. Petra Schmalz and Mrs. Goldie Passmore were weekend guests at the Vernon Passmore home at Atwatcr. Saturday afternoon Petra and Goldie attended a shower for Lisa Naber at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Atwater. Maria and Tom Thompson of Raymond Schmidt of Windom was a Friday afternoon visitor at the Art Kuehl home along with Marlin Hamilton. Uit.Hgan were weekend guests at the Theima Clarke a last of Margaret Olsen Thursday orkey home. Monday caller Clara afternoon. Rebecca Connolly of SL Paul, Priscilla Comnick and Iris Marshall spent the weekend at the Dennis Thompson home at Mitchell, SD: Wednesday afternoon Beulah Phipps was a visitor at the Huldrich Nibhe home. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Kurte bech and Kelli of Brookings were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Gertner coming especially to attend the Chonlhustlem Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rupp were Sunday evening visitors at the Murl Rupp home. Bernice Bashans dinner guest, on Saturday were Donna Schoenenherger of Windom and SHETEK LAKE PROPERTY . tttobilo, ~Jwnlahed, S. =dale, aand beaoh, dock, $24,000 ags, "The Woods", very nlce b ch - $'25,000 moblb, fumlshed, ulllity shad, adge mter - ,500 oottsgs, fumlahed, lift & dock, Armstrong. $2g,500 tabirg fumished Forman Acres (wast air cond new dock, large 2 car garage, sand beach, pretty | - $35,000 penn. skiing, eloc. heat, boat heum, reduced price - $42,5000 home on lake Sarah, appliances including washer/dryer, 2 decks, own wall, 2 car garage - $56,000 r home on imtith Mds, 2 bdrmlk on nmln, spacious living/ Rrephme, lower level - $60'1 ' summm' home on west side, 2 bdrms, plus k-R, notHy kir oonditlorm', large deck, dock & liP, double leeward side of the windbreak the, reduction in wind speed varies with home, mutham side, a baths, =f .Jousthro heut, level finished wBlrepla & second kitchen, deck, garage, price reduced to home on Kesley Island, new Iditlon on lakeside, new =dove, central air, largo attached double S/0's home on Lake Sarah, 3 bdrms, plus loft,large room, fireplace, rec. room on lower level, attached garage, vary nice beach, $80's lower level finished, main Plus loft to be completed in decor of buyer, many extra's, garage, beautiful landscaping acres, watsr/slect, for 120 units. Ready of fun! Lots "Back lots on "Sandbar" $3,000 - $5,000 ~lttWooded lot, lake access, Valhalla area $6,000 lots, 100' Front $8,000 - $12,000 Back $3,000 density and height of the windbreak. The protected area generally extends 10 to 12 times to the height on the windward side. For example have you ever noticed how after a snowstorm the snow cover will be deeper on either side of a field windbreak. Just as snow is deposited in areas where wind speed is reduced, so the soil is kept from being eroded by harsh winds. If we only had nice warm gentle " breezes there would be no need for windbreaks, however, unfortunately we have many days of blasts and gales of hot dry winds, that cause the spring dust storms. The planting of field windbreaks and use of conservation tillage are two practices which can significantly reduce the amount of soil we lose to wind erosion. more committees changes in current law: *authorizes gaming organizations to spend up to $150 in gambling profits monthly to maintain and repair its building and to pay for utilities; *repeals the requirement for an annual audit; *reduces the rate of tax paid on pull-tabs and tipboards from two percent to 1.8 percent of ideal Cottonwood Historical Society Anna Bertilsen of Minneapolis the state facing a budget shortfall, gross profits; Museum in Windom Sunday was a Monday and Tuesday visitor the bonding could be in danger of *requires the director of the afternoon. In the evening they at the Huldrich Nibhe home. being removed, gambling control division and the visited Martha Stern at Valley Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rupp were Committee passes Gaming Bill: commissioner of revenue to jointly View Manor at Lamberton. among the guests Thursday Many constituents contacted me adopt a form for monthly, reporting Ruby White and Margaret Olsen evening at the Lois and Tex Cohrs over the past year with their by organizations of then" receipts, were Tuesday afternoon visitors of home. concerns ,about lawful gambling expenditures and taxes due. Sue Pew, faun. Veta Larson visited at the home regulations. A bill I have authored As always I welcome your calls 4 lots in "The Woods". $9,000 New devolopmant, "Pelican Harbor" $9,000 lot, west side, dock, ramp, sand beach $20,000 West Shore, 100', storage shed $20's 2 lots, Bloody Lake $13#00 Lake Sarah, wooded lot, steeper bank teens Phone 763-3599 in Currle State Bank, Currie, MN. Kashinar Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ehleringer of Tracy, Alberta Kleven, Helms Olson and Kent Bigbee were Wednesday evening visitors of Sign Friekson. Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson, Vincent Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lindberg and family were guests of Leone Arfsten at Rochester Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen visited at the Bud Rachuy home Sunday afternoon. Anna Gertner was a Sunday dinner guest at the Bob Olson home along with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sukalski and son, Nancy Olson of Mankato, Butch Olson, Sherry that addresses those concerns passed the Gaming Subcommittee Lil Knudson was a Friday of the General Legislative morning caller of Clara Committee this week. Kashma/ek. The bill, part of the omnibus' gaming bill, makes the following and letters on issues before the Legislature. You can write to Ted Winter at 411 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN, 55155, or call 612-296-5505. Pederson and Mark Knakmuhs of Walnut Grove to help Mardella observe her birthday. Mildred Bunting and Alice Horkey attended the 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fogel Sunday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehl were visitors at the Brad and Brenda Anderson home Monday evening THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOEIATION MEMORIAL PR0CRAM. F(30 K:XJ0 qmm it=mere m a pro0= mmm. ,1 As I have finally retired completely, I will sell at Public Auction all personal property described below. Located 1 block north of Trinity Lutlteran Church in Westbrook. Watch for signs. Sale starts at 12:30 P.M. TOOLS 4" Pipe vile 2" Pipe vl~ 2" Clmin vise 1/2" to 1" Pipe threader 3/4" to 3/8" Pipe threader 2 Pipe reamers 2" Pipe cutter 1 ~ Fine thread dies 1 Post drill ~elz~7 fittings (assorted New pper fittings Ngw plumbing supplies of ell kinds Shop vac pot & burner w/torches 1 o 84 Hole parts bin 2 - Socket sets Wood clamp Saw blades Dove telling Jig SHEET METAL 1 - 5' Brake ~- Stove pipe crimper 35" Metal rollq)r Framer Hand crimper Dust holders Misc. Sheet metal tools Elbows Booths Take offs Registers 20' 8 x 20" Duct MlSC Model F #98 Knipco heater Steel office desk Office chair File cabinet Desk lamp Air compressor Scroll saw Rec|procating saw Electric hammer 7 112" Circle saw 1/2 H.R Electric drill Electric router Electric sander Log chain Kitchen table 4 Chairs Trampoline Parts bin Tables ,New wood stove 2 - 16' Aluminum ext. ladder 2 Ladder brackets Transit level 5 Ton hyd. jack Micro mater Ice fishlngsholter 100 Foot Steel tape Misc. Electric motors Furnace controls 2 Sewer tapes Foot stool Electric dry wall gun Picture angm clamp Vise 5'Doep Dishes Pots, paP, s, knlcknacks, etc. Sears garage door opener. ANTIQUES Gas lantern 2 Foot warmers Clocks 8 Track tape player Boiler tools Steam oven Old table Scale Umbrella stand Square steel fishing rod 15' Bambo fish polo 2 Round porch pillars Oscar Norstegard, Owner : Auctioneers note: Swede is selling responsible for accidents everything bare to the walls. If you need plumbing tools or supplies, we Invite you to attend. This Sale Managed and Conducted by: /~% ' ,07~r ff e-- o 7"--. "leememb~r. We Want To Be Voue Awetlolt CorafMtn~" r/Ab-x / H~J~-Y--~--'~- ~"-~ o ~ ,2.~ sv4t " -- ,I I/P'T'rDMF'F~.~" 7ft3.3467 763-3S8S 8 & J Clerking Slayton MN, Clerk I II I I II I II (