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TWENTY YEARS AGO June 26, 1991 Mike Wester searched out the clues and found the Hospital Days medallion hid- den under the crows nest at the football field. He will receive fifty dollars in Chamber Bucks. Susan L. Chapman and Jacqueline Ann Erickson par- ticipated in College Commencement ceremonies at the U of MN, Twin Cities campus in May and June, 1991. Susan received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and Jacqueline received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. It's great to have complet- ed a century, but Laura Einertson has done it 2 better, as she celebrated her 102nd birthday last Friday with a party at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Home. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 25, 1981 At their regular meeting last Thursday night, the Westbrook Board accepted the high bid of $500 from Kenneth Jans for the school- house and land they agreed to sell. The property was locat- ed northeast of Westbrook and was the last of the old school districts that joined with Westbrook. Twenty-five years ago, on the 4th of July, Mrs. Laura Einertson was out in her gar- den pulling weeds. When tossing a handful of weeds, her wedding ring slipped off. Last week her son Marvin borrowed a metal detector and searched once more. He found it buried in about 2 inches of dirt in the garden area. Saunders - Madson engagement Shannon Saunders and Curtis Madson, Westbrook, MN announce their engage- ment. Parents are Keith and Cindy Saunders, Geneseo, ND and John and Linda Madson, Westbrook, MN. Shannon is a graduate of Minnesota State University- Moorhead and is currently employed with Fulda Area Credit Union in Windom, MN. Curtis is a graduate of Northwest Iowa Community College and is working on the family farm. An August 6, 2011 wed- ding is planned at Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook, MN. WESTBROOK NEWS WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook; mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; or sent by Fax to 50% 274-6137 or by e-mail at sentrib@ Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Dennis and Kathleen Thompson and Scott and Shannon Kane, Hermosa, SD visited Iris Marshall Wednesday through Saturday and also visited Gary and Betty Olson, Windom and Jerry and DeAnn Thompson, Storden. Dinner guests at the Steve and Priscilla Comnick's home Thursday evening were Dennis and Kathleen Thompson and Scott and Shannon Kane, Hermosa, SD, Jerry and DeAnn Thompson, Storden, Coralyn Comnick and Iris Marshall. Gregory Marshall and Michael, Sioux Falls, Kathleen Thompson and Shannon Kane, Priscilla Comnick and Iris Marshall attended the "Eternal Life Going Away Party" for Marlys A. Hennen at the First United Methodist Church in Redwood Falls Friday afternoon. Sanford BBQ Below: Last Thursday evening the Sanford Hospital and Clinic held their annual appreciation feed on the south side of Peterson Estates. ). July 5-8, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: 4th of July Tuesday: Swiss steak, potatoes, green beans, pears, bread, milk Wednesday: Sweet and sour pork, rice, broccoli, mandarin orange gelatin, frosted brownie, bread, milk Thursday: Roast beef, potatoes/gravy, carrots, fruit crisp, dinner roll, milk Friday: Baked chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, P/A upside down cake, bread, milk For reservations call Angle at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwesl Agency on Aging. WESTBROOK LIBRARY By Karl Ourada Hours: Monday 9:00-6:00 p.m. Tuesday 9:00-6:00 p.m. Wednesday 1:00-6:00 p.m. Thursday 9:00-3:00 p.m. Friday 9:00-3:00 p.m. Guessing jar winner for week 3 is Timothy Kleeberger guessing 110 marbles and the correct answer was 123. Great job of guessing!!! The summer reading program kids have traveled to Africa, Europe and Asia and will continue their travels on July 11 at the next program. Author Chad Lewis was in Westbrook over Fun Days and gave his Gangster Presentation on Saturday eve- ning. Although the attendance was very poor he did an excellent job and has pre- sented the library with an autographed copy of his book Minnesota Road Guide to Gangster Hot Spots. It was a pleasure to have him in Westbrook again! Fundraising continues for the expansion project with the Garden Tour being held this Wednesday from 3-8. Tickets are available at the Westbrook Public Library. Presales are welcome. Please try to attend this fun event and support your library! this week: Breaking Silenqe by Linda Castillo, Learning by Karen Kingsbury, Ndv You See Her by James Patterson, Smokin' Seventeo by Janet Evanovich, Clutches and Curses by Dorothy Howell and Gin & Chowd Club by Nan Rossiter. No- fiction title 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Wart you to Read by Jesse Venture and Young Adult fiction rite Middle School, the Worn Years of My Life by Jarms Patterson. Hope you enjoyed a great Fun Days Weekend and were able to be a part of the mary fun happening in the comml- nity. Appreciation goes out o the staffand board member of the library for all the work they put into our fundraisig efforts this past weekend. V/e will continue to work toward our goal of $80,000 to make our library expansion dream come true. There will be no sumnfer reading program on July 4 and the library will be closed that day. Enjoy a fun and sife holiday weekend and grab a good book from your library to make the weekend even better! New adult fiction arriving : = ? .... , , Gangster stories -- Author Chad Lewis signed one of his books fol- lowing his presentation Saturday evening at the Senior Center. Lutheran Social Service seeks adoptive parents Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota Adoption: Join us to learn about exciting opportunities and changes m adoption. Discover the tools and support for families who would like a flexible, pro- active adoption process, and learn how LSS can partner with you to grow your family. Cards of thanks in the Sentinel Tribune will be in box ads. Up to 50 words for $10.00 51 to 75 words $15.00 76 to 100 words $20.00 Over 100 words - has to be a display ad, $5.30 per column inch i All open house or other announcements can be run in box ads at a rate of $5,30 per column inch. 2 column inch minimum. (A column inch is 1 column wide by 1 inch deep.) All ads must be prepaid except for established business accounts. News & Ad deadline Friday 9:00 a,m. (e-mail news must be submitted before noon on Monday) LSS can help families adopt children locally and from countries around the world. The adoption informa- tion meeting will be held on Thursday, July 14, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at The University of the LSS' Mankato office Minnesota Southwest located in Bethlehem Research and Outreach Lutheran Church, 710 Center's annual Organic South 2nd Street in Field Day will be held July 7, Mankato. at Lamberton, MN. The all- Call Lynne Haggar at day event will feature a key- note address by Gary (612) 879-5230 or 1-888- Zimmer, Midwest Bio Ag, on 205-3769 to register. For "To Till or Not to Till." more information, or to Minnesota Commissioner of register online, visit www. Agriculture, Dave Frederickson, has also been invited to speak. Field tour stops and addi- tional presentations will 2011 University of Minnesota Organic F00eld Day July 2, 2011 ......  at the Westbrook Community Center Please come and join the festivities. ' ! 187396 focus on aphid-resistant soy- beans; soybean variety trials; edible beans; forage manage- ment to suppress weeds and build fertility; organic no-till roller/crimper research; soil ecology; high tunnels for season extension in organic vegetables; tomato and pep- per taste tests; and an open discussion on UMN organic research and outreach priori- ties. Dr. Jeff Coulter, UMN Agronomist, will give a pre- sentation on organic soybean planting date and rate research conducted at the SWROC. Dr. Kathleen Delate, Iowa State professor of organic agriculture, will give a talk on organic no-till vegetable production. Light refreshments will be served in the exhibit hall at 7:30 a.m. Beginning at 8:30 a.m., there will be field tours to present ongoing organic..' research, concluding with a visit to the SWROC's high; tunnel season extension facilities. The field day will include I a delicious organic and local food lunch, with plenty qf time to network and visit exhibits. 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