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! FAMILY i INDEX ! PAGE 2 COn,',n;UNiT PAGE 9 1 i PAGE 3 SPORTS PAGE 10 i PAGE 4 SPORTS PAGE 11 i PAGE 5 AREA FOCUS PAGE 12 } PAGE 6 CLASSIFIED PAGE t3 PAGE 7 AREA FOCUS PAGE 14i PAGE 8 i J WESTBROOK ELEMENTARY CONCERT PAGE 7 / 29,2004 cents Y entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 34 14 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition coronation will kick g festival activities hing on a Spring Week annual Spring will be by the high school the week 3-8. The week will Sunday May 2, with the at 7:30 p.m. at school auditori- activities for the as follows: get up and "tug-o-war ,: Back to the toss - banana piggyback races, races, pota- tc. Pirate tank - duct tape someone to the wall *Thursday- Dress like this guy/girl - candi- date games - dodge ball vs. teachers - picnic *Friday: Sign Me Day - How many people can you fit in the Sundance? The week will end with the spring dance held on Saturday evening. Grand march will start at 8 p.m. Doors will open at 7 p.m. for parents and friends who wish to take pictures. Student Council is requesting that anyone who attends the grand march give a donation to help cover the expenses. Spring Week Royalty Standing from left Seng Her, Eric Noomen, Joshua Winter, Charles DeAvila, Chris Olsem, and Natalie Arnold. Front, Aalex Kells, Stephanie Zeug, Jasmine Madson, Jenny Lund, and Emily Deprez. Westbrook Health e Rush is"-on.., careAuxiliary sponsors auction planting are busy as can be digging, fertilizing and planting the seasons crops. Optimism is high ration of nearly ideal spring weather making for good planting. Also recent high crops tire welcome to farmers who have struggled with low prices for the past several years. A not e Be careful out there, farming is one of the most dangerous occupations. By Carolyn Van Loh For nearly fifty years, the hospital auxiliary has sponsored an auction to raise funds for the local hos- pital. People who remember the first auctions still might refer to the annual auction as the Apron Sale, because aprons were sold for many years. Auxiliary records indi- cate that at one of the early sales. 108 aprons were sold. Does anyone still have an apron purchased at one of those sales? The popular sale was originally held in the local school cafeteria, but in recent years it has been held at the Westbrook Community Center. This year's event was held on Saturday, April 24. Supper was served, starting at 5:30. The menu included hot chicken sandwiches, potato salad, homemade pies with ice cream, and coffee or lemonade. Proceeds from the supper also ben(fit the Westbrook Health Center. Auctioneer Luverne Johnson started the auction at 7 PM by selling an apron. A bag of fresh asparagus, jars of plum jelly made on Saturday morning, home- made bread, sweet soup, and pies were among the popular items sold to the bidders. This auction is different from the usual auction. It must be attended to be appreciated. Westbrook Health Continued on page 3 Steve Johnson and Dennis Phelps held a quilt as Luverne Johnson called the bidding. Sat Sun 5/1 5/2 r " /i . x \\;x ,,,,\\; - 49/31 59/35 50129 54/36 Showers end- Mix of sun Mix of sun Partly, ing by mid- and clouds, and clouds, cloudy. day. Highs in Highs in the Highs in the Highs in the the upper 40s upper 50s low 50s and mid 50,, and and lows in and lows in lov.'s in the lows in the the low 30s. the mid 3(. upper 20s. mid 30s. GOOD SAMARITAN FESTIVAL OF TABLES PAGE 12 im==.=wm=m,=,== INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2003 Sentinel Tribune