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TRIBUNE Community CES I1'1 THE PAST WESTBROOK NEWS YEARS Roger Benson, Myron Elg, AGO Dave Enfield, Fred Hage, Merlyn Hanson, Dean 22, 1994 Lichty, Warren Riddell, ladies are vieing Kenyon Schmidt, Dave title of Little Miss Schock, Lon Seeger, Tim this year. They Wester, and Bill White. Eichner, Ashlee Gary Hofer has been Tonya Eichner, named President of the Kopperud, April Westbrook Chamber of Kells. Commerce, replacing Jeff at Immanuel t Church had to hurry Borkenhagen. e roof covered THIRTY YEARS :rains came AGO group of family helped Edgar Winter celebrate wedding anniver- Grace Lutheran in Westbrook on YEARS AGO dune 21, 1984 Damascus Club of is sponsoring a contest as part of Days celebra- Contestants include June 20, 1974 Westbrook Fire Department was called to the John Van Loh farm to extinguish a burning tractor. The fire started when the tractor, that was pulling a hay baler, ran out of gas. Randy Merriman, WCCO Radio, will be the MC at this year's Queen pageant. Loretta Noomen and Kristie Jans of Des Moines River 4-H Club will repre- sent Murray County at the Junior Leader Conference at the MN State Fairgrounds. SAMARITAN CENTER Christians Minneapolis and Joel and Director Dawn and Aaron and assisting Tyler Savat from activities were Shoreview. Benson with Bob Farquer's dinner and visiting, guest on Sunday was his I)esLauries with niece, Joyee Nielsen, from and a music pro- Windom. Leo and RoeAnn Jane Schultz with Vosberg were dinner evening Bingo guests of Lavina Apland. Gerry Anderson, Laura Anderson was a Schultz, Anita guest of Wilbert Elffie Kopperud, Anderson. Pay Kuehl with Pastor Roy Williams conducted the weekly extend: our best worship service and to Laura Knutson offered communion her 99th Sunday morning. Betty Thursday with a Rupp played the piano. of friends and rela- Hope you're all having Laura's dinner "Westbrook Fun" this were Georgia week. and friend__ of Phone 274-6136 Elmer and Mavis Anderson returned home June 14th from a ten day stay at the home of Martha Anderson, Michael Silberman and children, Lyra and Audre. who live near Brattleboro, VT. They attended Lyra's 8th grade graduation from Hilltop Montesorri School on June 5th. On June 10th. Elmer, Mavis, Martha and Lyra drove to Cambridge, MA to attend Harvard University's Commencement. Emily Lowther, their granddaugh- ter, was one of the graduates. She is the daughter of Pat and Michal Lowther of Sleepy Eye. MN. At the Harvard Alumni Association's Commence- ment Day meeting in the afternoon, Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations gave the address. Miriam Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church met at the Caroline Sondergaard home Thursday afternoon. Those attending were Janice Wiggins, Gwen Anderson, Evelyn Madson, Lavonne Ennenga, Evelyn Jensen. Dorothy Kleven. Signe Pederson, Bernice Bashans. Wanda Brandt, and Jean Lohre. LaVonne Hanson was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Olga Erickson Marlowe Nelsen was in Mankato Wednesday and Elaine Rand accompanied him back to Westbrook to spend a few days at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home. Elaine returned to her home Saturday forenoon with Ardys Dennis, Saltillo, TX when Ardys went to the home of her daughter in Le Sueur to-spend the summer months. Bud and Lorraine Carlson were Father's Day dinner guests at the Rolf and Jo Ann Hanson home, Tracy. Leo and Roe Ann Vosberg were Saturday forenoon visi- tors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Russell and Eunice Rupp and Roger and Cecilie Teerink and children, Worthington, were Father's Day dinner guests of Murl and Mary Rupp. On Sunday afternoon, family and friends of Duane Goring, had a surprise 65th birthday and Father's Day party at the St. James City Park for him. Sunday dinner guests of Bernice Bashans were Marie Warwick and Sheila Hegg, Canby, they celebrated Marie's birthday. Curt and Jeanette Anderson, Michael and Christine, Woodbury, were weekend guests at the Milford and Gerry Anderson and Josephine Thiner homes and visited Milford at the Good Samaritan Center. Leslie and Lu Nelsen, Ardys Dennis, Elaine Rand and Laura Knutson were Friday supper guests at the home of Marlowe and Donna Nelsen. Bud and Fay Kuehl were among the guests at the Shawn and Candi King home, Windom, for the bap- tismal dinner, for Ethan Shawn King. Myron and Beverly Barrie, Waseca, were Thursday morning visitors of Iris Marshall. Jim and Val Schneider and family and Virginia Schneider were guests at the Doug and Kay Lemke home, Ceylon, Sunday, to help Alison celebrate her 15th birthday. Curt and Jeanette Anderson, Michael and Christine and Gerry Wednesday, June 23, 2004 Page 9 Anderson were Saturday evening visitors at the Clarence and Leora Hass home. Bob and Sally Nelsen, Leslie and Lu Nelsen, Jon and Rhonda Maker, Marshall, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Maker had Sunday dinner at the Lamberton Legion Club and they all were afternoon visitors at the Lester Maker home fol- lowing dinner. Guests at the Grace Osland home Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson, Hawick, MN, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Johnson, Pennock and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson, Junction City, OR. Cathy Kjorness and Iris Marshall attended the funer- al of Florence Hughes Wednesday morning at St. Francis Catholic Church, Benson. Marlene Gleason was a Friday afternoon visitor of Edna Hubin. Ron and Coralyn Comnick, Vernice Gertner, and Iris Marshall were Wednesday supper guests of Steve and Priscilla Comnick. Perry Zieske was a visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe last Monday evening, June 14. Ron and Elaine Harder, Jackson, and Vera Zerger, Salina, KS, were Sunday, Father's Day, evening visi- tors of Russell and Eunice Rupp. Elffie Kopperud was a Sunday dinner guest of Gordon and Sheryl Kopperud. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR You Welcome Westbrook By Toni Sletten and Garnet Fowler Randy and Becky Hilbig Randy and Becky Hilbig live at 956 10th Street, Westbrook. Randy was born in Ohio and was in the Army. Becky was born and raised in Dover, MN. They moved here from Durango, CO, because Becky's mother Shirley Cassel and her brother, Dr. Jeffrey Cassel, live here. Randy's hobbies include fishing and reading. Becky enjoys gardening, reading, and she likes to draw and walk. They have a son, Jason and family, which includes 2 grandchildren. They like Westbrook and think it's quiet and peaceful. Molly Silberg Molly Silberg lives at 716 6th Street in Westbrook. She was born in Farmington, MN and moved here from Minneapolis. She works at the Westbrook Funeral Home doing her interning, and she loves her work. She likes living in a small town. Her hobbies are sewing, crafts, computer and cook- ing. Her mother lives in Farmington. Molly has two pet cats. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. corn ;E HOUSE Bakker visitors to Fun Days mer- are invited to come depot on Saturday for refreshments a gander at the Revisited" ! the video of our log journey from the of Dutch Charlie Enjoy temporary of collectibles, this special occa- the hopeful folks to see who will an original :by Stella Cohrs; a pace-maker by three free 1- ;IFIED ADS ALL PRICE RESULTS Crazy Deals at 9 $! .00 Items! inside. STORE Collectibles Redlin Candy ,'s Gift Westbrook month memberships at the Fitness Center; two gift packs of Prairie Smoke Bar:be-que Sauce; two antique barn lanterns; two free steak dinners, at the VFW and more! The museum festivities will occur on Saturday, June 26, from 1 - 3 p.m., allowing ample tirhe for everyone to get to the parade. Uncle Sam will be on hand to greet visitors and distribute free sou- venirs and he will be fea- tured on the 'rolling muse- um' parade float. See you there! Day - Sat. June 26 Starting , 9a.m. in Westbrook We know it's CRAZY but we have a table of 50 cent, $1&$2 Items Lichty's 601 First Ave. 274-6114 WaR's Line 1-800-645-6479 OI.D WF.STBROOK It's coming/ 4T1PI OF JUlY ICE CREIMUI SOCIAL The Westbrook ce00mmog 40 yum! 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 Camival Games too!! Westbrook Health Center 111595 Celebrate "Dairy Month" with Bank Midwest FRIDAY00 Stop in for an ice cream treat 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Banking- Investment - Insurance 640 First Ave., Westbrook, MN 507-274-6133 - Member FDIC Program at 8:O0 p.m. "Barbara Kopperud and Jim: Songs for All Ages" 1,., Join the Fun at Dovray Centennial (Uff-da Days) Saturday & Sunday, July 10 & 11 Activities throughout the 2 day schedule including: SATURDAY *Free Carriage Rides 10-1 *Old Car & Tractor Display *Pet Show 10 *Museum Open 11-2 pARADE AT 3:00 *Entertainment - Sunderman's 4:00, Kuipepper 7:00 *Dinner 5:00 - T-Tommy's $5.00 *STREET DANCE 8:30 *Tractor Pull 2:00 *4-H Dunk Station or Pop 11-2:30 SATURDAY & SUNDAY *Food Stand *Volleyball Tournament *Flea Market *Beer Garden *Horse Shoe Game *3 on 3 Basketball SUNDAY ,Ecumenical Service 11:00 *Queen Selection 11:45 *Pot Luck at Noon Drawing for Prizes & Quilts *BINGO 2:00