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TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 2, 2004 Page 9 NCES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 1,1994 on Thursday at track meet advancing nine- members on to Hardware and will be celebrating in bbsiness this Erickson store in 1944 Rupp. Roger bought the store in 1950 and Steve, pur- store in 1993, in the family for Kronback and have been to the Westbrook YEARS AGO 31, 1984 ) of neighbors gath- Don Peters farm crop in for Don recovering from a attack. records were broken High Track meet at last week; Lisa broke the record in M dash; Michelle broke the record in and in the Nicole Soil records in both the 100 M hurdles and in the 400 M dash. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 30, 1974 "A Church is born". Westbrook has a new church. Members of the new parish will consist of the for- mer members of Emmanual Lutheran Church of Rosehill Twp. and Faith Lutheran Church members of Westbrook. The 2 churches have been one parish for sev- eral years, with the same pastor serving the 2 church- es. Emmanuel and Faith will cease to exist and "Grace" will be born as a result of the two churches merging. At a special meeting last Thursday evening at the City Council Room, mem- bers of the Westbrook Light and Power Commission dis- cussed the needs of the City as to a new water tower. It has been recommended that the existing reservoir and tower be razed and replaced by a new 200,000 elevated storage reservoir. Westbrook's boys track team competed in the District Track Tournament at Jackson last Saturday with 7 boys scoring well enough to go on to the Regional Tournament Sat. at Fairmont. ge House Museum | Erlckson Westbrook is celebrating its since it back to life to 2004. ;104. year old rail- in Westbrook August I0D: It the Currie L Line. from Bingham the year 1899 and to Jeffers in r 1900. The remain- was complet- opened for in August 1900. of the Depot in the early opened for the la 1984. idle since the when it was and the railroad Depot was in a after being idle It took a members to back to life railroad track was no more locomo- cars. But was still back to its in 1900. Some of equipment in that era is on today. are so many dis- plays in the museum that date back to early 1900's and maybe a few up to the present. A lot of dedicated mem- bers have put a lot of time and imagination to prepare and update our exhibits for our anniversary. It would surely be worth your time to come down and see us as we cele- brate our 20 years since the opening. It is indeed an xcellent display of past history that I am sure many of you will enjoy. We will be open to the public during Fun Days on Saturday, June 26, 2004 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. We will be serving ice cream, cookies, coffee and lemon- ade in appreciation of your presence. No charge. I'm sure your coming to look in person at all the his- tory will be better than reading about it in the paper. Don't hesitate to become a member, as we have a lot of enjoyment in the many things we do there to preserve our past. We'll be looking forward to this event. President Jim Erickson C omIl]uni_i00 Carolyn Kirchner newest staff member Shetek Home Care wel- comes Carolyn Kirchner, RN as the newest staff member in the Home Health pro- gram. Shetek Home Care is a division of the Shetek Medical Services, working through the three hospitals of Westbrook, Slayton and Tracy. Department director for Home Health Care in all three facilities is Marianne Boerbom. Kirchner brings 25 years of valuable experience to her position in Home Health Care. She became very familiar with the Westbrook community as she worked as a Registered Nurse for the Westbrook hospital and clin- ic for 17 years. Kirchner then served as the Director of Nurses for the communi- ty's nursing home, for nearly four years. She most recent- ly worked with the Murray County Public Health pro- gram, which involved much home health care to begin with. "Public Health involved a lot of teaching programs. I worked with New-Mom vis- its, nutritional and WIC pro- grams, handicapped child care, ehings like that." explains Kirchner. "Now with Home Health Care. I will get-back to the more hands-on, clinical work. I realize that I missed the gerontology, I really enjoy the older age group." In explaining Shetek Home Care, Kirchner reminds the public that these services are available to all individuals regardless of their age. A physician's order does need to be obtained, but Kirchner can assist with that contact. An individual, relative or friend, may make request for Home Health Care for any variety of reasons. Home Health Care is useful when there has been a surgery and dressings need to be changed, IV therapy is required, or blood pressure or blood sugar needs to be monitored. Some clients may need medication assistance with a medication caddy, and instruction about their Lichty's 601 First Ave. IDuelbelr'$mmm"mcuPN mmmmmmm  Flowers or Gifts for all occasions Balloon Bouquets Decorating Items Pictures- Silks Valspar Paints health condition. Shetek Therapy Services work closely with Home Health Care, in order to pro- vide any physical, occupa- tional or speech therapy that may be necessary. Again. communication with the doe- tor and client can be handled through the Home Health Care nurse. "We can assist with bathing and personal care", adds Kirehner. 'q'his service could allow a person to stay in their own home for a longer period of time." An important issue for any client, is how this service will be paid for. "Some peo- ple think that Home Health will be really expensive, but it doesn't have to be," assures Kirchner. ''here are many services available through long term care insurance, Medicare, Medical Assistance and pri- College b ews MN West-Jackson Campus graduates The annual commence- ment for the Jackson Campus of Minnesota West Community and Technical College was held on Thursday, May 13, 2004 at the Jackson County Central High School Auditorium. Those graduating from the local area are Megan McTigue, Walnut Grove, MN and Andy Kleeberger, Westbrook, MN. SMSU spring semester honors lists Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall is announcing its spring semester honors list. Following are the *High hon- ors, and **Honors students from the surrounding area: High honor students: Carma Nordahl, Westbrook; Darnelle Schulz, Westbrook. Honor students: Neil Pommier, Currie; Corrine Bartosh, Dundee; Stacy Christensen, Milroy; Cory Schmidt, Milroy; Aleela Buresh, Storden; Briana Miller, Storden; Keith Baune, Wabasso; Whitney Kuehl, Walnut Grove; Adam Kletscher, Westbrook; Melody Pierson, Westbrook. MN West Community and Technical College, Worthington Campus graduates Graduation ceremony was held May 14, 2004 at MN West/Worthington Campus. Graduates from the sur- rounding area include: Tamara Wenzel, Dundee; Kari Rae Evers, Dundee; Kimberley E. Pfarr, Walnut Grove; Darren Allen Tietz, Walnut Grove; Tami J. Baumann, Walnut Grove; Stephanie Marie Ewy, Westbrook. David Rentschler named to dean's list David Rentschler was named to the 2004 spring semester dean's list at Iowa State University. David is a fourth year student at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Students names to the dean's list must have earned a grade point average of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale while carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work. David will be graduating next May with his degree in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. David is the son- in-law of David and Laurie Jorgenson, Westbrook. David and Stacie reside in Ames, IA. vate funds" An opportunity Time to "Celebrate Summer" for respite care-givers is offered through a Respite Grant, which allows an aide to stay with the client while the caregiver leaves for a few hours to run errands. Shetek Home Care ahio welcomes Alice Osland, who will be working as an LPN/Aide in Petcrson Estates. Jane Weis, CNA, will be assisting clients in the Westbrook area. Residents within a thir- ty mile radius of the three hospitals in Westbrook, Tracy or Slayton are eligible for. these services. This includes Storden and Jeffers to the east, all the way to Chandler/Lake Wilson on the west. Services are avail- able seven days a week in parts of Cottonwood, Redwood, Murray and Lyon counties. Kirchner encour- ages those interested to give her a call and discuss the many possibilities. "I look forward to seeing the famil- iar faces again, as it is nice to be back working in the Westbrook area." The Home Health Care number in Westbrook is, 507-274-6841; in Tracy 507-212-4155, or in Slayton, 507-836-1229. Plans have been final- ized for the4th District of the Minnesota State Horticulture Society's 49th annual Convention. The day long event is being hosted by the U and I Garden Club of Round Lake at the Elk's Lodge 1105 Second Ave. in Worthington, MN beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 8th. The plant sale, book sale, white elephant sale, meeting, flower show, and 3 interesting speakers have all been planned down to the final details and all that remains is to fill the building with plenty of gardening enthusiasts ..... or maybe just people that enjoy viewing the exhibits that other indi- viduals have brought to share. The Flower Show will be judged and ribbons will be awarded. The business meeting and Award Ceremony will be conducted by 4th District President, Marianne Schotzko. The morning speaker will be Duane A. Hastad, Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel Alignment G;ass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modern body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE I00aa Sale i" 274-6114 . Sales&Service ,/ WaR's Line '/ Westbrook, MN. 1-800-.645-6479 507- 2746166 . Westbrook, MN. / 2 TD Wire Service ,/ Iomer Appreciation Coupon : ") Vo OFF ' " " " " " " , Open ALL THE MERCHANDISE YOU CAN II FIT INSIDE OUR SALE BAG. II / House ff BRING ;rHIS COUPON TO RECEIVE II YOUR BAG AND DISCOUNT. I | 833 Bell Ave., ii LDAYS_ June 3, 4, 5, 2004 I / We=brook I ! , ] ,,,;iil;.;a ' uEr00cVhLnlnh00o00i 15% off regular price. Bag is 12"xT'x23 ". Discount applies to l items only. No rainchecks or special orders. Bags may be nl 1 une time only. Products up to twice the height of the bag will allOWed. Multiple items must fit inside the bag. No stacking II p k, height of the bag Items must be in original packaging. II mrs without COUPON. CLIP THIS COUPON. / come and see this lovely bedroom home. S:Pop,TOiletLetterPaper,jacketsFaCialandTissueS,sale Items.PaP Towels, I1" / Call Murrayland Agency at ursday, Fnda ,, Saturday, June 3. 4, 5. 2004. Westlxook. MN. J i- 507-763-3599 for detads ,,,, m m mCOUPON a-,, mm mammw owner of Heather Nursery and Floral in Montevideo, Dawson and Madison, MN. Afternoon speakers will be A1 Batt of Heartland, MN with a slide show and lots of birding stories and Gary..i Fisk of Ferguson's Nursery in Spirit Lake, IA sharing some of his expertise. Plenty of socializing can take place during the morning coffee, the catered noon luncheon, or the afternoon refresh- ments. Men and women alike are invited to enjoy this special day. Registration is open at the door (but no noon meal without pre-registration which was due May 28). There is no pre registration necessary to enter exhibits in the flower show. Pick some of those flowers, fruits or vegetables-and bring. them for everyoneto admire and enjoy. Call Barbara Hansen 507-945-8485 or LeAnn Meyer 507- 372-7188 for more information or a Flower Show Schedule. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. 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