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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES 70th wedding anniversary June 20-24, 2016 Senior Nutrition Services serving at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Served at Westbrook Community Center. Call Pat Madson to reserve Meals on Wheels, 274-6583 or 274-6544. Monday: Meatballs, baked potato, green beans, rice pud- ding Tuesday: Pork chops, mashed potatoes, broccoli, fruit crisp Wednesday: Chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, spice cake Thursday: Liver & onions, boiled potatoes, carrots, frost- ed cake Friday: Taco salad, bread- stick, lemon bar Milk and bread served with every meal. Menus subject to change 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 June 13, 2001 Westbrook Princess candidates are Vickie Stresemann, Marie Barrie, Anne Doubler, and Annalie Bloch. Don Paplow recently completed plumbing school at Jackson - Technical College. He has opened his own business and is specializing in all types of plumbing, includ- ing heating, air condition- ing, and water condition- ing. The Dovray Area Boosters recently held a fund raiser benefit for Dawn Byers to help defray medical costs. Dawn had sustained a severe ankle injury from a fall this past winter. Matching funds were contributed by Lutheran Brotherhood Branch #8725 and AAL Branch #10063. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 18, 1986 The Westbrook School Board, after months of talking and negotiating with other schools, voted Monday to join with the Storden-Jeffers School District in pairing and sharing in some sports, start- ing fall of 1986. They also voted to join with the Walnut Grove School District in junior high football, if Storden-Jeffers also approves. Miss Westbrook candidates are Angle Knakmuhs, Linda Byers, Keela Bakken, Angle Bultman, and Melanie Jutting. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO June 17, 1971 This years' Hospital Benefit Days to be held July 23 and 24, will be bigger than ever. For the first time, there will be a Queen Pageant and a parade. This year, golf instruc- tions will be part of the summer recreation pro- gram. It is hoped that next summer these young- sters will get a chance to play on the local Rolling Hills Golf Course. Brad Uhlenhopp has been teaching the boys the proper grip on the golf club and the proper stance. Orley Berdahl has taken over his new duties in Westbrook as director of instrumental music. Sanford Westbrook Medical Center and Community Blood Bank will host an "All American" blood drive on Thursday, June 23 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 p.m. at Sanford Westbrook Medical Center. All who donate will receive a special "All American" blood donor t-shirt. "We welcome all blood types to donate the gift of life at this event. Currently we are in critical need of A +, O - and O + blood types," states Rita Nelson, Donor Recruitment Supervisor, Community Blood Bank. "In fact, we have seen a 20% increase in blood usage with- in the last week primarily due to emergency situations. This is a significant upswing in blood usage from the last month. The only way to make sure that blood is avail- able 24 hours a day, seven days a week is through regu- lar volunteer blood donation and support of your local hos- pital's blood bank." Community Blood Bank is a non-profit, cooperative of Sanford Medical Center and Avera McKennan Hospital. We service 32 local hos- pitals including Sanford Worthington, Sanford Luverne, Sanford Medical Center, Avera McKennan Hospital, Avera Heart Hospital of South Dakota, and the V.A. Medical Center. Donors must be at least 17 years of age (16 years old with signed parent con- sent form), weigh 110 lbs or more and be in good general health the day of the blood drive. Please bring a form of I.D. with you. To schedule an appointment or for more information call Sanford Westbrook at 629-8488 or log onto www.cbblifeblood. org. Walk-ins are welcome. Learn how to se! up your own farm tnals The Southwest Research and Outreach Center (SWROC) will host its third annual Organic Field School on Wednesday, July 13, at the SWROC near Lamberton. The event focuses on teaching organ- ic and transitioning-to-or- ganic farmers, as well as any other interested farm- ers, how to set up and evaluate on-farm research. The main idea is to help the farmers conduct their own field research on top- ics that the University is not able to address. For example, how effective is manure application for wheat? Or, how effective is that soil conditioner that the sales person tried to sell me? Please join us on Wednesday, July 13 ! Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. Teaching begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 11:45 a.m. Cost is $10.00 and includes refreshments. To keep costs low, no lunch will be served. This hands- on teaching event will be held indoors. Register online at http://swroc. cfans.umn.edu/201 6-or- ganic-events or by calling 507-752-7372. Alvin and Dorothy Kleven were married June 22, 1946. Open House celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary will be June 25, 2016, 2-5 p.m. at their home: 25503 330th Ave., Walnut Grove, MN. No Gifts. Greetings welcome. Come join the party! Current organ- ic research and marketing of organic crops The Southwest Research and Outreach Center (SWROC) will host its annual Organic Field Day on Wednesday, July 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. The event will start with a trade- show and field tour of organ- ic research projects at the SWROC including switch grass, cover crops, and oats varieties and fertility. After lunch, four speakers will talk about several topics ranging from marketing of organic crops to oats production to organic community farms. Please join us at Organic Field Day on Wednesday, July 6! Registration and the tradeshow are from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m. The plot tour will run from 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. followed by lunch from 11:45 to 12:45 p.m. Afternoon speakers will start at 12:45 p.m. and end at 3:45 p.m. Cost is $30.00 and includes refreshments, lunch, and handouts. Register online at http://swroc.cfans, umn. edu/2016-organic-events or by calling 507-752- 7372. Please pre-register by Wednesday, July 1 to help us better accommodate for the noon lunch. In the event of inclement weather, please check the SWROC website for weather-related announcements. Irlc. BASEMENTS PADS HoG/CATTLE BARNS DEMOLITION GROVE REMOVAL -Farm Drainage -General Land Improvement Mike Onken 50 7- 734-3150 Lyle OnkenI 507-530-3233 Balaton, M]V. & Nunda SD. 507-530-12331 2756 181sT ST. CURRIE MN 56123 LYLE NOOMEN OWNER 507-530-1432 5 i! ..... ,1,r Thursday, June 23 5-7 p.m. Sanford Westbrook Medica[ Center *For Commercial use only Customer padicipation subjecl to credit qualification and approval by CNH Industrial Capital America LLC. See your padicipating New Holland dealer for details and eligibilily requirements. Down payment may be required. Offer good through June 30, 2016 at participating New Holland dealers in ~e United States. Not all customers or applicants may qualify for this rate or term. CNH tndusttial Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions apply. Taxes, freight, set-up, delivery, additional options or agachmenta not included in price Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice 2016 CNH Induslriat Capilal America LLC. All rights reserved. New Holtand Agriculture is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or gcenead to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or affiliales. CNH Industrial Capital and New Holland Construction are trademarks in the United States and many other counlries, owned by or licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or afffiliales. TP&CTORS 500VERSATILE, %3HRS .............................................. 5219,900 S3SVERSATILE,925 HRS ............................................. $1945~0 290VERSATILE, FWA,%, PS, 335HRS ..................... S133,900 2210 RESTYLE, B.V. FWA, %, PS, 4383 HRS .......... S79)00 21011BV FVCA, SS, RS, 2230 HRS ................................. 575,000 T8360 NH, 940 HRS, CERTIFIEO PREOWNED .....$I 74,900 TG25B NH, 1935 HRS .................................................... S105,900 ]7.185 NH, AUTO COMMAND, 581 HRS .................... 598,500 TC33D NH, 2700 HRS, W/LOADER ................... 512,000 8N FORD .............................................................................. 52,450 CORN HEADS 99(: NH 12R30 .............................................................. S74,900 99(NH 8P30. .................................................................. 544,900 830 HARVESTEC .......................................................... 524,900 974 NH 8R30 .................................................................... $8900 643 JD .................................................................................. $%900 GRAIN HEADS 740 CF NH 30: .................................................................. S28,SO0 (2) 74C N H 3S~V/CRARY AIR ..................................... 531,900 74C NH 30'W/CRARY AIR ......................................... 529,900 74ENH3ff ...................................................................... 517,900 973 NH 20'. ........................................................................... 53,900 FD70 MACDON 40: ........................................................ 553,500 SKIDLOAOERS L225 NH, CABIHEAT/AC 8% HRS .................................. 537,900 L220 NH, CAB/HEAT, 465 HP6 ........................................ $31500 1220 NH, CAB/HEAl, 1 I00 HRS .................................. 529,900 LSIgOBNH, CAB/HEAl,, 620 HP~ ................................... 526,500 SV250 CIH, CAB/HEAT/AC, 385 HRS ............................. 534,S00 PLANTING 3600 KINZE 16R30 ....................................................... SS4,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 ......................................................... 549,900 3200 KINZE 12R30, 2500 ACRES, NICE ..................... $41,900 7200 JD 16R30 ................................................................ 521,900 2600 KINZE 16/31 ........................................................... 519,900 7000 JD 16R30 ................................................................. 512,900 COMBINES CR8090 NH,657 HRS ................................................... COMING IN CR9070 NH, 851 HRS ...................................................... 5204,900 CR9060 NH, 735HRS ........................................................ $184,900 CR9060 NH, 848 HRS ....................................................... 5169,900 MISCELLANEOUS 1108 FRONTIER CAR~ ................................................... $18,9(30 690 KILLBROS CART ........................................................ 59,900 42'MANDAKO LAND ROLLER, OEMO UNIT ............. 535,000 2500 HD REM VAC ........................................................... 59,900 HM EQUIPMENT 7450 NH MOWER CONDITIONER ............................... 524,900 BB940A NH SQUARE BALER ...................................... 539,900 BR7060 NH BALER, TWINE ......................................... 514,900 678 NH BALER, TWINE .................................................... $8500 616 NH DISC MOWER ...................................................... 55,%0 61S NH DISC MOWER ...................................................... 54,250 3PN NH CORN HEAD ........................................................ S8,900 NEWTONUTTI 9WHEEL RAKE ...................................... %,%0 SITREX 9WHEEL RAKE ..................................................... 5S,700 TILLAGE 50'QUAD SWIL-RICH, 4 BAR ..................................... $16,900 46'QUAD 5 WE-RICH, 4 BAR ..................................... 519,900 2S'DMITM, 3BAR ....................................................... ~.. 512,900 513 SOILPROWIL-RICH,9-24 .................................. .'.544,900 957 WE-RICH, 7-30 ........................................................ 59,900 3S7 WIL RICH 5-30 ...................................................... 511500 ST460 NH DISC, 285; NIC[ ........................................... 526,500 2700 JD 7-30WISuMMERS HARROW. ................... 514,900 2700 J D 9-24 .................................................................. 512,900 S8SOWIL-RJCH 37'CHISEL PLOW. ............................ S29,900 610 JD 17'CHISEL PLOW ................................................. 59,500 MENU: Burgers, Hot Dogs, Baked Beans, Chips, Watermelon and Beverage Chitdren's Activities Cottonwood County Law Enforcement - 0td Prescription Drug Drop-Off Dermascan - free skin damage screening Westbrook Ambutance/Fire Department Westbrook Lions Ctub - Used gtasses and hearing aids drop-off Btood Drive 1-6 p.m. i; sanferdv- e brook