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TRIBUNE N YEARS AGO 11, 1994 firemen were equipment when they abandoned :west tenth street. Cullen, his wife children Dawn recently moved in Tracy. new minis- the : Westbrook Church. are back in since nice Alate put an end to for several days. YEARS AGO 10, 1984 Area Boosters are for the first this summer. Planned include a band a parade. son of Mr. and Jensen, will be into the University Hall of Fame for in field Community IN THE PAST Westbrook Health Care Auxiliary meeting May 3 Two school track records were broken at the Sentinel The meeting was called air exchange project still had Relays in Fairmont. The to order by President Mavis some work that needed to be 3200 M. Relay (Hilja Anderson. Roll call was done. Rachuy, Alison Cohrs, answered by 10 members. A Fun Days Food Stand Charmaine Rachuy and The secretary's report Committee was set up con- Melanie Jutting) broke the was read and approved as slating of Donna Nelsen, old record of 10:41.6 and the read. No treasurer's report Dolly Phelps and Jeanie 1600 M. Spring Medley was given. Berg. Dolly reported that Relay was broken by Nicki A report of the each unit member should Lindaman, Tammy Tighe, Miscellaneous Apron Sale provide a pie for the food Melanie Jutting, and Hilja was given as follows: stand. The committee will Rachuy. Income from the sale and a set up work shifts, units, and donation totaled $2021.00. times. This information will Eighty two people were be sent to the unit chairper- THIRTY YEARS served at the supper. No son. The food stand will be report of the proceeds from closed during the parade. AGO the supper was available. The hospital will be May9, 1974 The family of Melvin serving a Community Firemen were call to the Rachuy gave a memorial gift Appreciation Supper on Earl Enstad farm north of to be used as the auxiliary June 24th. Following the Double Lake on Monday to designates, supper, the Kiwanis Club is extinguish a barn fire. It was reported that a sponsoring "Evening of Sparks from a burning gran- commercial stove has been Praise" at the Community ary ignited to roof of the ordered for the hospital Center. barn. There was minor dam- kitchen. The cost is The meeting was age done. $5200.00. The hospital has adjourned followed by a Westbrook school board made a down payment. A short social time. has voted to join Storden- motion was made and sec- Bernice Christians, WESTBROOK and Carrie Jensen, and Dane, are spending a relatives at the home. Supper on Sunday were and Carrie, Micha, Dame, Alabama, Des Moines, Springer, Dexter, and Marjorie Anthony and Allen and and Duane oit and Bney Heron the confirmation reception for Gretchen Warner at the Mark and Linda Warner home, Walnut Grove, Sunday afternoon. Rodney Nelson, Plymouth, was a visitor of Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen on Friday. Other weekend visitors were Lois Grams, Hutchinson, Janice Anderson, Keith and Jane Nelsen and Ruth Takle. Tuesday evening Marion Anderson, Donna Eichner, Opal Parker and Betty Natterstad were visitors of Ruth Anderson. Betty Natterstad was a Sunday dinner guest of Marion Anderson. Sunday visitors at the Bud Carlson home were Janice Carlson, Mpls., and Roll and Joann Hanson, Tracy. Sunday Marlowe and Donna Nelsen, Rhonda and Jon Maker and Jeremy, Marshall were visitors of Lu and Leslie Nelsen. Mother's Day dinner guests of Donna Eichner were Scottie and Maji Eichner, Hutchinson, Michael and Marge Eichner, Windom, and Loni Eichner and girls, Iowa City, IA. Jeane Tolzman, Elysian, was a weekend guest of Jordis Jane. Saturday Donna Mickelson, Cindy Davis, Jeane Tolzman, and Jordis Jane were Saturday noon luncheon guests of Steve and Brenda Jarls. Monday Roger and Marian Kopperud were callers of Don and Jo Olson, Windom, Latin American Lutheran Mission friends. On Wednesday, May 12, Roger and Marian Kopperud attended the funeral for their daughter Juanita's mother-in-law, Sylpha Foslien at Evangelical Free Church in Benson. Lisa Tucker, Inver Grove Wednesday, May 12, 2004 Page 9 morning, Olga Kristi Butler, and drove to and were among gent and Marilyn Mother's Day. afternoon Meek and Lavonne Were callers of Olga Woodbury, Anderson visited Anderson at the Center morning. Gerry Curt back to to attend her Michael confirmation. : 235 to be at St. Paul's Curt and Anderson, Thiner, Brewster, Anderson visited and Donna home, LeSeuer, afternoon and Jeanette Anderson and Gerry homes and they "A Celebration of Young Poets" Jeffers to study the possibili- ended to pay off the balance Secretary Amy Byers and Joua Yank, 8th graders at ty of a joint Health as needed. Motion carried. VG., recently had pl ib_lisfied poems in "A Occupations Course for the 2 Pat also reported that the ueleoration oT Young. Poets." Joua wrote schools. George Foreman Grill that ano n ,ts=Uer"'a"" -,st, Make Peace," Amy, "Find It." Amy is Westbrook's newly formed was requested at he March quite an. up-ano-co.m!ng, poet having many golf team hosted Okabena & meeting would not be needed poems alreaoy puDIIsneo. /ney. wereDan ot Heron Lake and came away as the new stove has a grill. House Mr. Peterson's reading class. Submi,ed Photo with their first win. It was reported that the Museum Anita's Conservatory of NEWS By Bonnie Knutson Dance to present recital If you haven't heard ' yet that the Heritage Anita's Conservatory of tumbling with ages three to House Museum has been Dance will present their adult performing. There will Heights, was a weekend open for 20 years, you will annual dance recital on also be a live band named guest of Bud and LaMae be hearing more about it Saturday May 22, 2004 at "Detour North" performing Horkey. soon, as plans are in 4:00 and 7:30 p.m. in the Red " the prelude music. The prel- Saturday Mr. and Mrs. progress for an open house Rock Central High School ude music will begin 30 min- Tony Caspers and Dominick Saturday, June 26th from Auditorium in Lamberton. utes before both recitals and Marlene Gleason were 1 to 3 p.m. The show is entitled "Let Everyone is welcome. guests of Edna Hubin. Mr. I'm writing this article Your Light Shine". There An admission fee is charged and Mrs. David Wolfe, to see if there are any indi- will be dance routines in bal- for ages four and up. Medinah, IL, were weekend viduals who would like to let, pointe, jazz, tap, and guests of Edna. They visited help participate in this other relatives in the area. event. We are looking for Steve and Priscilla hobbyists who would like Spring Time fun Comnick;s Mother's Day din- to show off their collections her guests were Mr. and Mrs. or handiwork. Some exam- Randall Comnick and chil- plea of these could by old in New UIm May 16 dren, Anne Hansen, Coralyn toys, old coins, old books, Comnick, Vernice Gertner salt and peppers, old dolls, and Iris Marshall. handicrafts from other The Morel Mushroom the Governor Lind House are Mother's Day dinner countries, old jewelry, cro- Feat is slated for May 16th now open weekends, with a guests of Roger and Cecilie cheted or needlework at Flandrau State Park in Memorial Day full opening Terrink, Worthington, were items and wood carving New Ulm from 1-3:00p.m. at schedules. The Wanda Gag Eunice and Russell Rupp. and models, the Bea, h House by the pool. House will open weekends Sunday evening Murl and I'm sure there are a lot There will be morel cooking beginning in June, and the Mary Rupp were visitors of of people who have differ- demonstrations, a panel of Morgan Creek Vineyard is Eunice and Russell Rupp. ent collections and handi- experts talking about how to open for the season with Elffie Kopperud was a work than those men- properly hunt for morels, a their Grand Opening, Mother's Daydinnerguestat tioned and would like to medallion hunt for children "Bacchus Festival" on May the Gordon Kopperud home. display them that after- and guide mushroom hunts 15th. Contact the Visitor Dianna and Greg Kvilhaug, noon. led by experts. This should Center for a free New Ulm Worthington, brought If anyone is interested prove to be fun for "morel Visitor Guide by calling 1- Sunday evening supper to please call Bonnie Knutson fanciers" and families alike! 888-463-9856. Elffie that evening. 274-6715 for more infor- The weekly 2kvin City Nancy and Duane Goring mation. I would welcome newspaper, "City Pages", were among his relatives at a your suggestions and any just awarded the August birthday/Mother's Day cele- ideas anyone may have to Schell Brewery of New Ulm bration at the Dawn and make this open house an their "Readers Best Darrick Wegner home, eventful community proj- Award" as the "Best Day Trimont, Sunday afternoon, eet. Trip from the Twin Cities". It was Dawn's 30th birthday. Come see where 2 million people in the Metro Area tell Light turn out for their friendstogovisit! -- Both the 1870's Harkin Store outside New Ulm and bloodmobile last week Find us on The children of Beryl By Diana Rachuy licity, those providing food and Betty Morton invite Bloodmobile Coordinator for donors and staff, those the Web at yo. to help us celebrate who helped set up and load their 50th Wedding There was a lighter than equipment, those who 1 Anniversary. Samaritan usual turnout for the M/y worked during the drive, and WWWoiyOn- Please join us for this Curt and 5th Red Cross Bloodmobile those who came to give =Open House on Sunday, home. in Westbrook. Twenty-six blood. Your work is deeply sioux- May 16, 2004 from 2:00 was a individuals came to give appreciated, to 5:00 pm at the Gerry Anderson blood. Twenty-four units were collected. The foRow- press.com Westbrook Community attended ing received special gallon Center. Let your pins: CLASSIFIED ADS presence be your gift. Randy Polzin - 2 gallons Dustin Knakmuhs - 1 WORK FOR You gallon " gO V, g Keith Nelsen - 9 gallons We appreciate everyone Hospital who contributed their time, talents, muscle, space, and  @ @   @X/ blood for this life-saving Week event. 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