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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES WALNUT GROVE SENIOR MIRROR OF NUTRITION SERVICES BYGONE DAYS May 29-June 5, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Pork roast, potatoes, corn, Applesauce, dessert, bread, milk Thursday: Egg bake, sau- sage patty, fruit cocktail, muff.m, dessert, milk Friday: Beef stew, cole slaw, bread stick, fruit crisp, milk Monday: Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, stewed tomatoes, peach bread pud- ding, milk Tuesday: Fish, baked potato, peas & carrots, straw- berry shortcake, milk Wednesday: Meatloaf, parsley potatoes, corn, pears, bread, milk Menus subject to change For reservations call Angie at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 27, 1998 Since the retirement of Dr. Grefe, Westhrook has been without veterinary service. However, since the arrival of Dr. Jetinder Singh and his family, there has been the hope Mrs. Singh, who is a veterinarian, might open a practice in Westbrook. Stephen Kjorness, Supt. of WWG Schools, has been named Administrator of Excellence by the MN Association of School Administrators. The Special Olympic Team from Westbrook competed in Area 8 Special Olympic Track Meet in Windom on May 16, and collected many first-place ribbons. The 4x100 Relay Team earned the opportunity to compete at state level. Relay Team members include Brady Berg, John Scarset, Kent Villa, and Danielle Vind. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 26, 1983 The Westbrook Kiwanis Club figured their first All- success When 356 persons turned out to honor the Westbrook High School athletes. Jann Dibble was chosen Female Athlete of the Year; Steven Elzenga and Mike Wieske, Male Athletes of the Year; Mike Norstegard and Mike Schultz shared the Cornell Jensen Memorial Award. Nancy Engler was among graduates at Augustana College in Sioux Falls on Sunday, May 22. Engler received a BA in history. Jeff Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jensen of Westbrook, and a May 21 graduate of NDSU, Fargo, will be participating in the National Track Meet at Cape Girradeau, Missouri this week. Jeff is a member of the NDSU Track Team. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO May 30, 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bloch and Danny moved Saturday to a new home in Alton, IA. Mr. Bloch will now begin summer school in Orange City, IA. Mrs. Bloch will teach school this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Hovde attended graduation exercises for their daughter Mary Lee, at Waldorf College in Forest City, IA. Two former Westbrook ladies, Mrs. LeMoyne Grams and Mrs. Donald Jacob, are the newly elected president and vice president of the Tracy Chapter of Mrs. Jaycees. June 3-7, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Salisbury, augra- tin potatoes, peas, mandarin oranges Tuesday: Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry salad, pumpkin dessert Wednesday: Grilled chick- en breast/bun, asparagus, cookie salad, pudding dessert Thursday: Stroganoff/ noodles, biscuits, corn, Jell-O/fruit Friday: Shrimp stir fry/ with, rice, breadstick, cherry meringue, dessert For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Hello to all from the staff and tenants at Country View Senior Living Community. We all hope that your Memorial Day was a nice one. What a good time to reflect on those that have gone before us. The tenants have partici- pated in stretching with Ashlee, Bone Builders. Bible study with Pastor Tim, J-I-N- G-O, PoKeNo, SkipBo, BINGO, Yahtzee, Nail paint- ing, the bus to Marshall and the 500 card tournament. The winner of 500 was Edith Swenson with Virene Shea coming in second. The num- bers are becoming smaller, so I would encourage those of you that like 500 to come in andplay. Friday was "brown" day. Next week brings us to the last week of the month, so there will be a tenant meeting on Wednesday. There will also be arts & crafts, Uno, Dominoes and the bus ride downtown Walnut Grove. Friday is "shades" day. June is just around the cor- ner. June birthdays are Minnie Kronback on the 4th and Eleanor Davis on the 7th. Please extend happy wishes to both. That's the news from the country. Enjoy your week! For Life team There will be a team meet- ing for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life for Redwood County on Monday, June 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church dining hall in Redwood Falls. All teams should have at least one person in atten- dance. Fact Sign donations should be turned in that night. Teams are reminded to turn in all the donations they have collected by that night. Do not keep it until bank night. Bingo prizes are needed also as soon as possi- ble. Everyone is welcome to come to the 20th annual American Cancer Relay For Life for Redwood County on Friday, July 19 at the Gilfillan Estate which located on Hwy 67 between Redwood Falls and Morgan. The Relay runs from 3:30-midnight this year. Cancer survivors are encouraged to come and reg- ister and then take part in the survivor activities FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 27, 1998 On Sunday, May 24, the Walnut Station Art Gallery held the opening for the art exhibit of Joey Halstenson's work. Joey is a 1994 gradu- ate of WWG High School, and is presently a student at SDSU. She will graduate in December with an art major. Kindergarten students entertained their grandparents on Wednesday morning at the Walnut Grove Elementary School. They divided into groups and had reading activ- ities and word games during the sessions. Four Tracy FFA members tested a vehicle they had made in the Tracy Area High School small engines class at a Brainerd International Speedway competition involving fifty MN high schools. The car tested out at 115 miles per gallon. The car was designed by Josh Swenhaugen, Brian Duscher, Trevor Humphrey, Nick Brey, and Trevor Wendorff. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 26, 1983 May 25, 1983 will mark the end of 36 years and 5 month of dentistry of Doctor James R. (Doc) Sawyer. Dr. Bruce Mathiason will now be taking care of "Doe's" patients. Patricia Rys, 17, daughter of Mrs. Donna Rys of Walnut Grove, has been selected to be a state fmalist in the 1983 Miss United Teenage Pageant to be held at the Winona State University on August 1. On March 24, Cathy and Rich Dallenback left for a holiday in Europe and returned home on April 17. They met their son, Greg, who is stationed at Lakenheath Air Force Base in London for 3 days before departing on their 17-day coach tour of eight countries. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO May 30, 1968 A Walnut Grove Industrial Development Corp. will be formally organized Tuesday evening, June 11. Thus far, 35 shareholders have pledged to purchase 45 shares at $100 each. The corporation will be a separate organization from the Community Club. The corporation will provide an organization whose prime objective will be to secure new business and industry, for Walnut Grove. Nelson's Red Owl --- let- tuce, 2 heads for 25 cents; summer sausage, 49 cents/lb.; ground beef, 49 cents/lb.; bananas, 2 lbs./25 cents. The high school baseball team was eliminated in the semi-finals of the District 10 Tournament Tuesday after- noon, losing to Redwood Falls 11-0. Coached by Mr. Silliman, members of the young squad are Chuck Dibley, Terry Dibley, Bryce Pack, Todd Pack, Dave Baumann, Jerry Baumann, Jeff Olson, Bud Bertschi, Curt Christians, and Mark Swanson. WESTBROOK LIBRARY By Kari Onrada Monday 10:00-6:00 p.m. Tuesday 10:00-6:00 p.m. Wednesday 1:00-6:00 p.m. Thursday 10:00-5:00 p.m. Friday 10:00-5:00 p.m. Schools out and that means the Westbrook Public Library's summer reading program will get started very soon. Dig into Reading is the theme this year and sign up will begin on June 3. There are fun incentives for our young readers and listeners. There will be weekly pro- grams on Monday afternoons at 2:00. Hope to see many kids get involved this year. We said our good-byes to Chandra Carlson who has taken a different job...she will be missed here at the library. Good Luck Chandra!!! 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Medical Group Marshall Celebrate the end of the school year with a potential angler-to-be by fishing for free with a child 15 or young- er, June 7-9, during Take-A- Kid Fishing weekend, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said. "This is a great opportuni- ty to discover fishing," said Mike Kurre, the DNR's men- toring program coordinator. "Minnesotans 16 or older who take a child 15 or young- er fishing don't need a license that weekend. Opportunities for beginning anglers abound throughout Minnesota." Getting started is easy. A boat isn't needed and there's even loaner poles and tackle in some areas. Start by going to www. mndnr.gov/takeakidfishing to learn some terms, basic tech- niques and shore-fishing locations. DNR fisheries offices throughout Minnesota Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn also offer some good, old- fashioned angling advice about fishing spots that will keep young anglers happy and safe. The DNR's Fishing in the Neighborhood (FIN) program provides urban shore-fishing opportunities across the metro with family-friendly settings, piers, loaner equip- ment at some locations and a real chance to catch quality fish. Learn more online at www.mndnr.gov/fin. Four of Minnesota's nine state parks that are offering this summer's weekly I Can Fish! program have sessions scheduled during Take-A- Kid Fishing weekend. Sessions at each park explore the basics of fishing, fish identification and angling tips and tricks. For more information, go to www. mndnr.gov/state~parks/can_ fish.html. 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