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Community CES IN THE PAST WESTBROOK NEWS YEARS AGO June 15, 1994 Donald Comnick Sunday after- at Grace Lutheran Westbrook, for his of service in the Johnson was Days Queen queen, Stephanie Friday evening as the Uff Da Days A street dance Saturday night, by Billy Alcorn are out doing crop cultivating Corn is past the stage and will be nearly tasseled YEARS AGO June 14, 1984 Cohrs was crowned Miss Dovray night. Charlie introduced Robin at the coro- which had to be indoors due to the farmers are getting to get back in the after receiving nearly of rain the past week. Most of the crop is in. but there is always rock picking, spra3ing and culti- vating to be done. Mark Peterson won the 3- Bar Tourney at Rolling Hills Golf Club over the week-end. George Estrum, Avoca, pre- sented $250 to Ken Platz. after he hit his tee shot with- in 3 inches of the flag on the third hole. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 13, 1974 Through the efforts of Oak Grove Dairy., the head base- ball coach at the U of M will conduct a baseball clinic in Westbrook on June 19. Dennis Klute and Jerald Goehring, Westbrook Area Jaycee members, attended the State Jaycee Seminar at St. John's University over the weekend. Over 500 Chapters from across the state attended. Margaret Olsem, Westbrook, was injured last week when the car which her husband Andrew was driv- ing struck a car driven by Gary DeWall of Jackson. Mr. DeWall, four passengers and Mrs. Olsem were taken to Schmidt Memorial Hospital, where Gary Jasper, a pas- senger in the DeWall car, was transferred to the hospi- tal in Jackson. SAMARITAN CENTER Christians Director Council was Monday with 12 present. New discussed the installation white picket fence the walking the back of the The work be comlaleted On June 26, we in the cele- : of Westbrook Fun The Krause Band Ulm will be enter- the residents afternoon at 2 residents, family and friends a special "Taste home" Saturday Dietary mem- lrepared wonderful including hors d' salads, desserts a variety of special that are served the center. Darvin Johnson of provided music. glad so many could and have a good assisting activities included Des Lauries of with games and Carolyn Benson aanicures and visit- ing, Julie Byers with vis- iting, Grace Jensen with Thursday evening bingo, and Jane Schultz, Virginia Schneider and Pauline Rueter with hair setting. We extend birthday greetings to Hans Asmussen who celebrat- ed his birthday Sunday. Hans' dinner guests were Betty Natterstad, Luella and Milford Anderson and Carolyn Sondergaard. We extend our sympa- thy to the family and friends of Mildred Cohrs and Edith Arndt. We have many good memo- ries of them. Lichty's 601 First Ave. Flowers or Gifts for all occasions Balloon Bouquets Decorating Items Pictures - Silks Valspar Paints . . 274-6114 Watt's Line V 1-800-645-6479 Westbrook, MN. 2 TD Wire Service Erand Opening THURSDAY, JUNE 24 Ri Informal touring begins at 4 p.m. "bbon cutting ceremony held on the new terrace at 5 p.m. Vis# our beautiful, congregate senior living facility and vis# with staff to learn more about our available services/At Peterson Estates, is somebody special/ Westbrook Health Center The Westbrook Health Center will be serving the Community BBQ from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Phone 274-6136 Laura Knutson was a din- ner guest of Bernice Bashans Sunday. Ed and Jason Smiesk were also visitors. Jim and Roxy Soil were weekend guests of Lauren and Dan Eberhart. The Grace Lutheran Church Miriam Circle met Thursday evening at the Liz Steen home. Members attending were Nancy Goring, Joann Hanson, Kris Isder, Teddy Bunting, Vera Rachuy, and Delna Mischke gave the lesson. Bob and Adella Runchey, Marshall, Janel Thomson, Appleton, Priscilla Comnick, LaVonne Hanson and Fern Refsal were Thursday after- noon visitors of Olga Erickson. Clarence and Leora Hass were visitors of Gerry Anderson Friday evening. Dawn Wahl. Ft. Ripley spent Thursday forenoon at the Leslie and Lu Nelson home. Stanley and Ruth Madson, Burdett and Florence Larson, Hazel Busk and Marlys Erickson were Sunday afternoon visitors at the MaD' Ann Erickson home to see Arlene Erickson, Boston who is visiting in the area for awhile. Caroline Sondergaard, Milford and Luella Anderson and Betty Natterstad helped Hans Asmussen observe his birthday Sunday at the Good Samaritan Center. Lloyd Nelsen was a Friday forenoon visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Bernard and Nina Franz and son Joel, Plymouth and Vera Larson were Saturday dinner guests of Leslie and Lu Netsen. Lorraine Carlson spent several days last week with Janice Carlson in Minneapolis. Iris Marshall spent from last Sunday, June 6 until Wednesday, June 9, at the him Marshall home, Marshall. Leona Van Maasdam attended the bridal shower for Kristi Stewart, bride-to- be of David Spaeth Saturday morning at the Dovray Care. Clarence and Verna Engler, Marshall were Monday, June 14, visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Stan and Judy Bastian, New Ulm and Gerry VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV 111592 V You are invited to V V Our Savior's Lutheran Church, V V Dovray, MN V V V v Roast Beef Dinner v v Father's Day, June 20 v V V V Serving 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. V V MENU: Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, V V Gravy, Cole Slaw, Carrots, Buns, Dessert V V Adults $6.00, Grade K-6 $4.00 Preschool free V 2004 Supplemental Funds from Thrivent V' VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV It's coming! The Westbrook Health Center Community BBQ... Thursday, June 24 Serving supper from 5 to 7 p.m. on 9th Street, near the Peterson Estates... Children are invited to come enjoy the Carnival Games too!! Westbrook Health Center www.westbrookhealthcenter.org 111595 Celebrate "Dairy Month" with Bank Midwest 25 Stop in for an ice cream treat 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Banking- Investment - Insurance www.bankmidwest.com 640 First Ave., Westbrook, MN 507-274-6133 - Member FDIC Wednesday, June 16, 2004 Page 9 Anderson visited Milford Anderson at the Westbrook Health Center last Monday afternoon. Verna Kopperud and Aletha Winseth were Sunday afternoon coffee guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. A group of Westbrook area people attended the bridal shower for David Spaeth and Kristi Stewart Saturday morning in Dovray. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Maasdam, Gibbon were Sunday visitors of Leona Van Maadsam. Betty Natterstad was a Sunday supper guest of Milford and Luella Anderson. Ardys Dennis, Saltillo, TX arrived Monday, June 14, at the Leslie and Lu Nelson home to spend a few days. Patrick Connolly, St. Paul was a Thursday afternoon visitor of Iris Marshall. Caesar and Thelma Carlson celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary at the Med in Tracy with family members present. Lee and Carol Carlson, Balaton and Wendell and Marlys Thompson, Brookings, SD. Find us on the Web at www.lyo n-sioux- press. com Happy 16th From your Family Lamberton F SATURDAY, JUNE 19 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Participating businesses will have discounts on certain items and gift certificates available. City Wide Rummage Sale,; at local residential homes and at the Cottage Corner and Methodist Church. Maps available at Lamberton Cafe, Upstairs/ Downstairs, and Cottage Corner MN. Hospice of Murray County invites you to the County's Largest RUMMAGE SALE In the 3 commercial buildings, Slayton Fairgrounds, Slayton, MN. TUESDAY, JUNE 15TH - 11 to 7 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16TH - 10 to 7 THURSDAY, JUNE 17TH - 10 to 7 FRIDAY, JUNE 18TH - 10 to 7 SATURDAY, JUNE 19TH - 10 to 3 Friday & Saturday $3.00 BAG SALE [ New items will be unpacked daily. Your support of the Hospice Program is very much appreciated. ,,,. Country Drieds After you visit Lamberton's many rummage sales and shops, come west to Revere. All Inventory 25% Off Saturday, June 19 - 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. Sunday, June 20 - lO a.m.- 3 p.m. Lots of unique western decor Silk and dry floral Rusty tin items and so many more handcrafted items REGULAR HOURS Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Welcome to call for other times. First burgundy and gray building on Revere's Main Street 507-752-7776 Major cedit cards accept