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TRIBUNE CES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO June 8, 1994 seniors graduat- WWG High School afternoon. Nate and Jolene on behalf Bill White, Westbrpok teacher was the keynote md Brandon will be competing in Track meet on Carly will be run- 100 M. Dash and will be competing jump. Hemmert, spoke at the ABE Ceremony last evening. Linda everyone with her of her academic from being a drop out, to being and mother, to getting in Sioux Falls, SD, in Worthington College. YEARS AGO June 7, 1984 Westbrook LP been having passen- the last few weeks. a robin built in the grillwork on The robin contin- ued to live there, finally hatching its eggs recently. Now, Mother and babies are working up to flying, which Doug hopes doesn't happen when he's rolling down the road. Robin Cohrs, Becky Olson, Kim Engler and Marilyn Schmidt are vieing for the title of Uff Da Days Queen. Four members of the local FFA Dairy Judging team competed at the Lyon County Dairy Judging contest at Russell Dairy Days. John Kottke placed 10th overall and the team placed 5th. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 6, 1974 Fred Hage has the distinc- tion of being the first golfer to score a hole-in-one at Rolling Hills Golf Club near Westbrook. He was playing his league round and was on Hole #3. Pastor Kenneth Johnson was installed as the new pas- tor at Grace Lutheran Church on Sunday. Over 76,000 lbs. of metal was collected by the Kiwanis Club recently as a fund rais- er. Members went to area farms and gathered up old machinery, cut it up, and loaded it into a railroad car to be sold. WESTBROOK NEWS 274-6136 Wednesday, and Beatrice Walnut Grove, and Ronald attended the of their grand- Maeyaert, from High School of North Maplewood and Saturday Bernice attended the grad- open house for Michal Olsen attended High Sunday, May 30. Her Lisa Marie Was a member of the and Hilja Nelsen Mpls., were Day afternoon vis- of Leslie and Lu tg callers were and Bernard Balling, Jans, St. Cloud, was evening, May 27, of Jordis Jans. and Jan Lindall, were Memorial guests of Bud Kuehl. Mary Hagemeyer Bernice Bashans graduation recep- Tasha Nelson and Rupp. and Marian the John Forner and the Duane family attended reception for at the Tim home, rural Benson, 30. and Verna Marshall, spent from May 27 June 2 at the Huldrich and Isabel and Mrs. Jim Van Mr. and Mrs. Lon and Brett, and Mrs. Jerry and Brittany all of Gibbon, Mr. and Peterson, Spirit IA, Roger Van and Peter, Blue MO, Mr. and Mrs. Maasdam and Detroit Lakes and rod- graduation reception Van Maasdam at Baptist Church, ago Friday evening, Day Ila and Travis were visitors and overnight guests of Bernice Bashans. Wanda Brandt was an afternoon vis- itor. Bekki Erickson and chil- dren, MaD' Lidtke and Fern Refsal were a week ago Monday, May 31, forenoon visitors of Olga Erickson. Kristi Butler, Revere, was an afternoon visitor. Curt and Jeanette Anderson, Michael and Christine, Woodbury, spent the weekend at the Milford and Gerry Anderson home and visited Milford at the Westbrook Health Center. Harvey and Shirley Jans and Jordis Jans attended a graduation reception for Ashley Jans at Sherburn Sunday afternoon, May 30. Elffie Kopperud and Vera Rachuy were Wednesday cof- fee guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Leo and RoeAnn Vosberg were Wednesday morning visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Arlene Ulsat, Litchfield, was an afternoon visitor. Bob and Sonja Stark were a week ago Sunda), May 30, afternoon visitors of Olga Erickson. Jim and Rhonda Maker were past week visitors of Leslie and Lu Nelsen. Jordis Jans attended the 70th birthday observance for Duane Jans a week ago Sunday, May 30. Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe and Jane Schultz helped Michael and Deb Engler observe their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Maasdam, Gibbon, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Leona Van Maasdam. Sunday Don and Donna Schoenenberger, Windom, were coffee guests of Bernice Bashans. Gerry Anderson attended the graduation reception for Meghann Warner at the Mark Warner home Sunday, May 30. Bob and Kim Moe, Hackensack, were Memorial Day overnight guests of Jordis Jans. Duane and Julie Kopperud and family, Marshall, were Sunday din- ner guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Margaret Olsen was a Sunday forenoon visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com Comm00 Pool nearly ready WESTBROOK -- Last week workers from the pool company and city workers were hard at work repairing and painting the pool. Below, since the life guards could not work they were busy painting decorations with the theme of "Finding Nemo." One to one help for Medicare approved drug discount cards In response to your ques- tions about the drug dis- count cards the Southwest Area Agency on Aging will give a presentation and have a staff person available to answer your questions con- cerning the Medicare Approved Drug Discount Cards on the following dates and times. Time has also been set aside at each site for one to one help. Call the Senior LinkAge Line for your appointment at 1-800-333- 2433. June 10 - Redwood Falls Public Library, 1 - 3 p.m. June 11 - Jackson Senior Center, 11 a.m. presentation June 14 - Cottonwood Community Center - 11 a.m. presentation, appointment sign-up at the center June 15 - Jeffers Senior Center, presentation during the senior meeting, 2:20 p.m. June 16 Pipestone Senior Center - 11 a.m. pres- entation June 23 Marshall Senior Center- 11 a.m. pres- entation Beginning June 15th at the Westbrook Pool Tot Time Tuesday & Thursday An opportunity for parents & child (ages 5 and.under) to spend time together in the water. $1.00 per time. Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel A.lignment Glass mstalleo We have one of the South- west's most modem body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. 507- 274-6166 Wednesday, June 9, 2004 Page 9 CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Lichty's Flowers or Gifts for all occasions Balloon Bouquets Decorating Items Pictures - Silks Valspar Paints 274-6114 wart's Llne 1-800-645-6479 Westbrook, MN. 2 TD Wire Service There are over 150 types of headaches recognized by the International Headache Society. A few of the most common types are: * Tension * Migraine * Cluster * Sinus Most are directly related to a specific action, but some can be symptoms of serious problems that need to be checked by a doctor. lt1573 Shetek Lutheran Ministries Quilt Show and Auction Shetek Lutheran Ministries is holding its 18th Annual Quilt Show and Auction on June 25 and 26, 2004. There will be fun for the whole family. Friday, June 25 7:00 9:00 p.m. -- Quiltviewing, demonstra- tions and displays; craft sales; Country Store; refreshments Saturday, June 26 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. -- Quiltviewing, demonstra- tions and displays, craft sales, Country Store. 10:30 a.m. -- Live music on main stage 10:45 a.m. -- BBQ pork lunch begins 11:30 a.m. -- 18th annual Quilt Auction 1:00 p.m. -- Kids Karnival 2:30 p.m. -- Pies and fellowship DOOR PRIZE: Beautiful hand woven rug made and donated by Bev Holland and Casey Schmidt, Slayton, MN. (must be present to win) AUCTION: Over 150 handmade quilts ranging from wall hangings to king size quilts. Shetek Lutheran Ministries is located on Keeley Island along the shores of beautiful Lake Shetek in Southwestern MN. All proceeds will go toward the camping min- istry and helping to give the young people the opportuni- ty to attend camp. For more information, please call the camp at 507-763-3567. / i :i , ' : :l Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress.com Find the Rest of The Story in the Sentinel Tribune ,./ Beginning June 14th at the Westbrook Swimming Pool * Water Aerobics * Water Walking * Lap Swim Monday, Wednesday, f Friday 5:30 to 6:30 pan. $1.00 per session There will be a certified lifeguard on duty to watch your child in the baby pool while you are using the big pool. Does your head ache? Over 45 million Americans get chronic, recurring headaches. If you are a person who has ever had a migraine or another type of headache, you can attest to how debilitating they can be. There are steps you can take to find relief and minimize the impact of headaches in your life. The first is to get an accurate diagnosis from your healthcare provider. Then determine which treatment option is right for you and find out if prevention is an option for your type of headache. Westbrook Health Center 507-274-6121 921 Bell Ave. So., Westbrook, MN. www.westbrookhealthcenter.org