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TRIBUNE NCES IN THE PAST Communitz Wednesday, June 30, 2004 Page 9 Heritage House Museum celebrates twenty years YEARS AGO 29, 1994 was crowned Hospital Days on Friday night. VanderKieff was new Little Miss. Wester, Dan Lichty. and Ben Alcorn the music before the pageant Producers and of the Good Senior Center crowd at their night Thursday YEARS AGO June 28, 1984 Theobald, former at St. Anthony's in passed away after a short illness. Theobald was a Lake native. Cohrs. Pam Sletten, Rachuy Deena Care,;. Jenson, Christie Kim Spielman, Kvilhaug will be for the title of Miss Westbrook Friday night. Shirley Iverson (the for- mer Shirley Refsal) of Lamberton, has some of her dolls on display at Bernie's V-Store. The dolls are hand- made out of porcelain a will be on display during hospital days celebration. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 27, 1974 Thanks to the good work of the Westbrook and Storden Fire Departments, at least part of the Stark Building was saved in a fire Sunday morning. The fire burned into the attic and roof before it was put out. In 100 degree heat, the Westbrook High School marching band participated in the Soybean Days Festival parade in Sheldon, IA and came home with the first place trophy. Fun, fellowship, and recre- ation will be the order of the day at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church as they hold their 10th annual Old Fashioned 4th of July cele- bration. WESTBROOK Marilyn Bigbee, spent Saturday Eriekson and they the Fun Days Fowler was a morning visitor and Jan Lindall, spent Saturday with Bud and Fay Boeck. New Ulm. Marshall and Marshall, were afternoon visitors Refsal was a evening visitor of Natterstad and Dunker, Jackson, Sunday visitors of nd fam- IA. and Ethel Hooge, were Wednesday guests of Roger Kopperud. and Verna and Michael Engler. spent the day with Huldrich and ibbe assisting. Hanson and Anderson were evening visitors of and Lorraine Carlson days last week IA and had the river boat and other areas. and Julie Marshall, were afternoon callers and Marian en route to their in Mt. Lake was organist. and Isabel Nibbe Grams' reunion at the Sr. Center. and Carrie and granddaugh- and Bailey, were of Gerry Anderson te parade Saturday Costello, Kelly and New Brighton, the weekend with *laas. and LaMae Horkey evening visi- the Evelyn Jensen the weekend and callers at the Nelsen home were and Jan Nelsen, IN, Marlowe and Elaine Rand, Mona and Shumski, Vernon Ardys Dennis, Rhonda and Jon Hazel and Maker, Lamberton, aad Sally Nelsen, Johnson and chil- Mary Kashmarek, IA, Kell); Andrew, Kashmarek, IL, Torrey Rand No. Mankato. NEWS Over 125 guests attended Lu Nelsen's 90th birthday party held at the Bob and Sally Nelsen's home on Sunday afternoon. Albert and Ruth Franz, New Hope. were callers at the Lu and Leslie Nelsen home on Monda), June 28. Ron and Eunice Christensen and Terrence Keller, Dovray, visited the home of Paul and Cathie Maeyaert, Maplewood, Friday and Saturday. They were there to help Daniel Maeyaert celebrate his high school graduation at a party in his home on Saturday afternoon. Warren, Christie, Sierra, and Jake Wicks, Johnston, IA, were also in attendance. k \\;/ Lichty's , 601 First Ave. \\;/ Flowers or Gifts , for all occasions V Balloon Bouquets x Decorating Items V Pictures - Silks \\;! Valspar Paints  2-74-6114 ) .... Waif's Line V 1-800-645-6479 \\;/ Westbrook, MN. 2 TD Wire Serwce CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. corn ! SHETEK THER;LPY SERVICES II i 5-K FUN RUN/WALK SATURDAY, JULY 17 7:30 a.m. to Noon iad-O-Llne Park in O.nTle, MN Run/walk your way to great health along the scenic .... course on Currie's Bike Trail! Registration '10 ($20 max/ family). Registration 7:30 a.m. Race 8 a.m. Cash prizes * awarded in adult categories. Free t-shirts to all participants. Pre-registration is requested but not mandatory. Please ** contact Shetek Therapy Services (Slayton 836-62621, (Tracy 212-41681, or (Westbrook 2 74- 51971. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- Find the Rest of The Story in the Sentinel Tribune 4th of July Spectacular at Currie - Sponsored by Currie Town & Country Booster Club STREET DANCE "Bob & the Beachcombers" Friday, July 2nd " 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. Currie Main Street Advance Tickets $6.00 At the Gate $7.00 WAFFLE BRUNCH Sponsored by "Sons of the American Legion" Saturday, July 3 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. "All you can eat!" at the Currie Fire Hall Adults $5.50 in advance, $6 at the door Kids under 5 - Eat Free 2 Day SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Sat., July 3 & Sun., July 4 Contact Chris Gervais/Doug Hansen more information or to register 763-3262 CELEBRATION PICNIC Sunday, July 4 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Currie Ball Park serving hamburgers, potato salad, beans and chips FIREWORKS Sunday, July 4 at Sundown at the Currie Ball Park Co-sponsored by Cume American Legion By Joan Bakker Wasn't that a party?!! Westbrook, guided by its indefatigueable women's organizations, has proven the ability to construct and conduct a rousing celebra- tion, once again. All the efforts of all who helped paid off in a grand time for everyone who took part in the numerous events. The Heritage House Museum was proud to add some excitement to the pot by holding our 20th anniversary celebration on Saturday afternoon. Attendance at the museum added up to about 100. What a rewarding turnout to the membership, who had devoted many hours to ensuring an entertaining experience for visitors. The drawing for the door prize, a watercolor painting by Stella Cohrs, was held during Sunday hours. Number 4, held by David Rupp, of Windom, was the winner (we will deliver your prize to your mom's shop, David). While we wish to acknowledge everyone who helped out at the museum, and especially Lowry Anderson, who gamely played the part of Uncle Sam, we wish to extend a hearty thank you to every- one who stopped by, to look and learn. Maybe you would like to join our lively group? Meetings are open to all, and held at Someplace Else on the first Wednesday of each month at noon. Upper left, a shiny new plaque was recently installed on the side of the museum indicating the building is on the National Historic Register. At left the museum float sits in front of the log cabin at the museum last Saturday. | FairRidge Trail & Ft. Ridaew Amphitheater Dedication FAIRRIDGE TRAIL IS A 6.3 MLE NON-MOTORIZED, PAVED RECREATIONAL TRAIL 800-535-3160 " " 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 *4-H Dunk Station or Pop Rings 11-2:30 *Museum Open 11-2 PARADE AT 3;00 *Entertainment - Sunderman's 4:00, Kulpepper 7:00 *Dinner 5:00 - T-Tommy's $5.00 *STREET DANCE 8:30 OTHER FUN THINGS *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 *Tractor Pull 1:00 *BINGO 2:00 j