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TRIBUNE Community ES IN THE PAST WESTBROOK NEWS YEARS AGO ilay 25, 1994 DeBates, Shannen Nate LeBoutillier, Julie Vosberg Halstenson were winners at the Westbrook Kiwanis tAward Banquet. Colorado blue tree has been planted Westbrook Good in mem- and Bertha children. t 24, 1984 the weather has up a little flock of 6 which normal- in Florida, have to move to The birds have residence in a pas- farm of Otto and !Cohrs near Dovray. at the Dovray members of the Sad senior class cele- night by danc- he music of "Rocking at the American a Hall. Week Lisa Schlichte Soll broke junior at'a track meet Lake. Nicole had a record time of 19.68 jumping the low hurdles and Lisa heaved the shot put at a record length of 25' 7". THIRTY YEARS AGO May 23, 1974 Three Westbrook youths were arrested last week by the Westbrook Police and accused of draining 40,000 gallons of water from the watertower in Westbrook and 40,000 gallons from the Storden watertower. The three, ages 16, 17, and 18 are accused of opening fire hydrants in the two towns in the midnight hours of Saturday, May 11. Wade Lichty, Lichty Drug, is getting a little tired of coming in and having to clean up his prescription department after burglars looking for drugs. Wade esti- mated nearly $1,500 in drugs were taken and a new SX-70 land camera. This is the second break-in here in 6 weeks. Jim Erickson and his side- kick Art Metty were rather pleased when they watched water flowing at a rate of 40 gallons per minute from the new well they dug at the Rolling Hills Golf Course. SAMARITAN Christians Director council was 17 with thirteen Irene Larson guest and present- to our facili- residents and staff The books were and by By the was Irene's We are that she decided part of that day our residents, the noon meal. to and Jerry on the birth baby girl, Elizabeth. Nora on Angle and anniver- could ask for a !perfect gift than with the school adopt a CENTER and Grace Jensen and Jane Schultz with Thursday evening bingo with Katherine Sondergaard and Elouise Busswitz winning black- out bingo. Beauty shop helpers Friday morning were Jane Schultz, Gerry Anderson, Mavis Duggen and Marilyn Johnson. The residents enjoyed the music of Dean Fishel Saturday afternoon. Pastor Alan Buresh of Bethany and Amo Lutheran conducted the weekly worship service Sunday afternoon. We extend congratula- tions to these employees, Tiffany Eichner, Jessica Knakmuhs and Abby Knakmuhs upon their upcoming graduation from high school. We offer our best wishes to them. Phone 274-6136 Garnet Fowler was a visi- tor of Gerry Anderson Wednesday morning. Ruth Anderson, Marion Anderson and Opal Parker were Tuesday evening visi- tors of Betty Natterstad. Arlyn and Dawn Wahl, Fort Ripley were Saturday evening visitors of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Milton Olson, Vista, CA has been a houseguest at the home of his sister, Bud and La Mac Horkey. Additional Saturday dinner guests at the Horkey home were Diane Schmitz, Belgium, WI, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Olson, Maria Thompson and Gabrielle, Eagam Lisa Tucker, Inver Grove Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Horkey, Shawna, Jessica, Dakota and Nicholas, Tim Morphew, Windom and Jeff Morphew, Chaska. Steve and Priscilla Comnick and boys visited Ronald Comnick at North Central Heart Hospital. Sioux Falls Sunday after- noon. They also visited at the home of Greg and Diane Marshall, Sioux Falls. Perry Zieske was a recent visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Olive Mitchell, Myrt Gundermann, Marcie Chapman and Betty Natterstad were Thursday afternoon guests at the home of Luella Anderson to observe the birthday of Marcie. Doug and Deloris Engbretson and Dorothy Carlson, St. Peter and Caesar and Thelma Carlson were Sunday afternoon visi- tors of Bud and Lorraine Carlson. John- and Mary Lou Forner, St. Cloud were Wednesday overnight guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud en route to the Tulip Festival, Orange City, IA. The Forners then went on to Sheldon, Lincoln and Omaha for Optifacts Lab. Marlene Gleason and Edna Hubin attended Anita's Conservatory of Dance Recital Saturday afternoon in Lamberton. Cassondra Hubin was a participant. Stanley and Ruth Madson were visitors of Lloyd and Audrey Spielman Tuesday. Gerry Anderson and Heidi Anderson and girls were supper guests at the Larry and Carrie Anderson home Sunday. Betty Natterstad was a Saturday evening visitor of Caroline Sondergaard. Roger and Marian Kopperud, Crystal Foslien, Mankato, Ellen Mae Foslien, Reid and Barb Foslien and Adam, and Wendy, Emily and Beth Kopperud, Marshall were weekend guests at the Tim and Juanita Foslien home, Benson for the confirmation of Tracy at Fron Lutheran Church. Jan Van Maasdam, Pasadena, Ca spent a week with her mother Leona Van Maasdam returning to her home last Thursday. Sunday, May 16th they and Bob Van Maasdam and Treg attended commencement exercises for Angie Van Maasdam, daugh- ter of Curt and Chris Van Maasdam at Frazee, MN. Wednesday evening, May 19th, dan, Leona and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Spirit Lake, IA attended the Music Recital of Aleida Van Maasdam at the Storden Baptist Church. Ted and Arlene Nibbe, Lampe, MO and Marie Nibbe, Ormsby were Saturday afternoon visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Wednesday evening Bernice Bashans, Jane Schultz, Greg Brandt, New Ulm, Roger, Laurie and Eric Knudson and Elmer Brandt helped Wanda Brandt cele- brate her birthday. Thursday afternoon Mirian Circle, Trinity, met at the church parlors. Wanda Brandt and Janice Wiggins were hostesses and Caroline Sondergaard gave the les- son. Others attending were LaVonne Ennenga, Dorothy Kleven, Jean Lohre, Bernice Bashans, Doris Vaupel, Delores Amundson, Evelyn Jensen and Evelyn Madson. Lee Carlson, Balaton, vis- ited at the Caesar Carlson home Sunday afternoon. Wednesday, May 26, 2004 Page 9 Monsignor Paul C. Evers celebrates 50th Jubilee Monsignor Paul C. Evers, priest of the Diocese of Winona, will celebrate his 50th anniversary of ordina- tion to the priesthood on Sunday, June 6, 2004. His Jubilee Celebration will begin with Mass at Immaculate Heart of Mary at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 6, 2004, followed by an open house from 3 - 5 p.m. hosted by the parishioners of his tri- parish. He will celebrate his 50th Jubilee at his home parish of Immaculate Conception in Conception, MN, on July 18, 2004. He was one of 14 men ordained a priest by Bishop Edward A. Fitzgerald on June 6, 1954, at the Cathedral of Sacred Heart in Winona. He has served 14 parishes since his ordina- tion; Owatonna, Fairmont, Wells, Pipestone, Jeffers, Jackson, Pipestone, Heron Lake, Lakefield, Brewster, Austin, Brownsdale, Currie, Westbrook, and Fulda. Monsignor Evers is now the pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary in Currie, St. Anthony's in Westbrook, and St. Gabriel's in Fulda. Monsignor Evers is the son of the late Frank and Mary (Schmitz) Evers. He program is Search is on for largest '- to a close. I hope been a positive for both the cottonwood tree ,n County and our resi- We thank Marsha the teacher's and the bus driver part in making visit go so from Our Lutheran presented a and spiritual pro- Thursday after- The ladies hosted and visited residents follow- The theme of Windom's annual summer celebration set for June 11-13 is: "Celebrating 100 Years Cottonwood County Courthouse- 1904-2004." Although the focus of the celebration will be the coun- ty's Courthouse, located in downtown Windom, the Riverfest Committee wanted to find a way to include the entire county in the festivi- ties. The idea that the Committee came up with was to mount a search for the largest live cottonwood tree in Cottonwood County. The contest is open to anyone in Cottonwood County and is very simple. Entries need to be the girth of a single trunk cottonwood tree measured three feet from the ground. Along with this meas- urement, entries should include: * name of the person submitting the entry * phone number of the person submitting the entry * location of the cotton- wood tree, including- the name of the owner of the property on which it is locat- ed. Entries should be sub- mitted no later than Wednesday, June 9. They can be submitted in person at the Windom Chamber Office, 303 9th St.; mailed to the Riverfest Committee at PO Box 8, Windom, MN, 56101, or e-mailed to win- Auto & R.V. 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