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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, July 3, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES WESTBROOK NEWS July 3-10, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: BBQ, potato chips, baked beans, cake Thnrsday: Brats, potato salad, watermelon Friday: Pork roast, pota- toes, carrots, pudding Monday: Meatballs, papri- ka potatoes, beets, applesauce Tuesday: Liver or country steak, boiled potatoes, peas, cookie Wednesday: Roast beef sandwich, potatoes, carrots, pudding Menus subject to change For reservations call Angie at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. 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 July I, 1998 Even though Hospital Days was scaled back with most of the events held on Saturday, it was generally deemed a success. Friday evening "Duwanda DuPont" (Duane Ourada) was named "Miss Tootsie 1998". Women's Division winners of the 3 on 3 contest during Hospital Days were "The Pixies": Sophie Hansen, Jane Mathiason, Abby LeBoutillier, and Misten Wassink. Men's Division winners were "West Side", Stephen Jensen, Nick Kuehl, Jason Buler, Diangelo Tyler, and Chad Meschke. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 30, 1983 Sandor and Magdolna Toth arrived in Westbrook last Wednesday. Originally from Budapest, Hungary, the cou- ple left because of anti-Com- munist feelings and asked for political asylum in Austria last October. The couple is sponsored by seven area churches; Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Dovray, Old Westbrook Lutheran Chh, Highwater Lutheran Chacl, Bediany Lutheran Church in Storden, Amo Lutheran Church in Storden, Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook, and Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook. Doris Ewy is in the process of repainting the altar at Grace Lutheran church, along with this she is repairing the Statue of Christ which stands on the altar. Doug Kuehl and Don Kramer recently joined in a partnership in the Dovray Manor. Several hundred per- sons stopped in to help them celebrate the occasion. The new name of the establish- ment is "The Dovray Manor II". FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO July 4, 1968 Close to 175 persons attended the Shorthom Field Day held at the Russell Rupp farm Monday evening. The event was one in a series of "twilight gatherings" spon- sored by the MN Shorthorn Assn., which are held in the state principally for 4-H and FFA members and their par- ents. An equipment truck has recently been added to the list of fire department vehicles. The 1966 1/2-ton panel truck was purchased from funds raised by members of the department, with a major portion of the $1500 pur- chase price coming from pro- ceeds of the Firemen's danc- es. The truck will be used to house and transport items of specialized fire fighting and rescue gear. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph.507-274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137; by e-marl at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Robyn Freer of Australia and Iris Marshall visited friends in Pipestone Thursday. Robyn visited Steve and Marilyn Hicks and Iris visit- ed Esther Tracy. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Randall and Elizabeth Swan home were: Adam and Kimberly Swan and Harrison, Shoreview, Arden and Marion Swan, Tracy, Thomas Swan, Marshall, Mitchell Comnick and Iris Marshall. COTTONWOOD COUNTY 4-H EVENTS July 10 - Summer Evening Horse Clinic, Windom Arena, 7 p.m.; Shooting Sports Practice, Sun Valley Gun Club, 7 p.m. July 12 - Mt. Lake Day Camp, Mt. Lake City Park, 1-5 p.m. July 15 - KickbaU, Jeffers, 6:30 p.m. July 16 LQA&E Level 2 trip to SDSU, 8 a.m. 5 p.m.; LQA&E Level 1, Extension Office, 6-9 p.m. July 17 - Regional Livestock Judging Contest, Slayton; Summer Evening Horse Clinic, Windom Arena, 7 p.m. July 18 - Presentation Day, Windom American Lutheran Church, 12 p.m. July 19 - Storden Day Camp, Storden City Park, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.; Westbrook Day Camp, Westbrook City Park, 1-5 p.m. July 22 - Federation, Ext. Office, 7 p.m. July 24 - Summer Evening Horse Clinic, Windom Arena, 7 p.m.; Shooting Sports Practice, Sun Valley Gun Club, 7 p.m. July 25 - Clothing/Fashion Review Day, Windom American Lutheran Church (judging - 12 p.m. and public show - 7 p.m.) July 26 - Windom Day Camp, Wings on the Prairie Discovery Center, 1-5 p.m. Are you Ready to Roll this season? We're ready with tractors and equipment that are built New Holland SMART. Now's the perfect time to buy because we are offering 0% FINANCING* or cash back on just about every new model tractor or hay and forage equipment from New Holland. Stop by for complete details now because we are Ready to Roll! Don't wait! The Ready to Roll Sales Event ends June 30, 2013. Visit readytoroll.newholland.com for complete details. New deal tot dels E.r,. d eligibil reternen. Depending 0n m0del, a dm pa may i ruir Ot g0l th0t du . 13. = .................... ing New HOllalKI dealers in e Onll . 01 stjl to  Tes, Ir eigtl. o. deliey, alroom/oom of  noI included in Ilee. O 2013 CNH ,/i O U_C JI tights t 1. New Holland and CNH C gte Iffed 'alA of CNH ,/lca LLC ? 2 Xr USEI) i.,OUll ii., ! TRACTORS '06 485 VERSATILE. 18(]0 HRS ......................... 5159,900 '032290 'ERSAT1LF, 000 HS .......... $87,0 '88 936 VERSATILE, RS., 8(]00 HRS .................... $28,90 '94 8570 JD (4WD), ]500 HRS, OUAD SHIFT.... 565,0(]0 "10T8040 NN FWA, 700 HRS ........................... $169,900 '10T8040 NH FWA, 1380 HRS ......................... $152,900 '05W145 NH BI-D13000 HRS .......................... %5,900 '99 TVMO NH, Wf LOADER, 4900 HRS ............. : $49,900 '98 IV 140 NH, W/LOADER, 6000 HRS .............. 8,900 TW-35 FORD FWA, 5240 HRS ............................ S26,900 % 1530 NH BOOMER HYDRO,1800 HRS ........... S9,9D0 2940 JD (]0 HRS.._.. ........................................ S14,9D0 IH 1086, 6700 HR5 ................................................ $8,900 80IH ..................................................................... 55,900 FARMALL Wl NEW IDEA LOADER ............... $2,S00 COMBINES '08 CR 9060 NH 750 HRS ................................. S219,900 'OOTR-99 2255 HRS RWA .................................. %9,900 '92 TR-% NH 4(]00 HRS ..................................... 519,900 '07 R-751040 HRS COMING IN ....................... $154,900 9600 JO 2125 HRS .............................................. $54,900 '92 R-52 GLEANER, 2400 HRS ........................... $26,90() '93 R-52 GLEANER, 2500 HRS ........................... 522,900 '98TR-98,1950 HR5 ....................................... COMING IN GRAIN HEADS '11 FD 70 MAC DON DRAPER, 40' ..................... ,(67,900 30 74( NH 35"WlCRARY AIR ........................... 4,90 '07 74 C NH 35'CRARY ....................................... 92,900 '0574( NH 30' .................................................... (,19,900 '03 74( NH 30' .................................................... 37500 % 973 NH 25'. ..................................................... $1,750 '02 800 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ................. !17,900 '99 800 GLEANER 25'. ......................................... 12,500 TILLAGE 862NT WISHEK 30' W/HARROW ...................... S69,900 513 WlL-RICH, 501L-PRO 9-24 .......................... S42,500 '08 957 WIL-RICH, 7-30 .................................... $27,9(]0 '05 957 WlL-RICH, 7-30 ..................................... $22,900 357 WIL-RICH, 7-3OWILEvELERS ...................... S9,900 5-30DMI ............................................................ 511,900 '09 KRAUS DOMINATOR 18 ................................ 539,900 2200 M&W EARTHMAsTER .............................. S24,900 415'QUAD 5 WIL-RICH, 4 BAR ......................... S16,900 58'DMI TMII W/BASKET ..................................... 916,900 4YDMI TIGERMATE, 4 BAR ................................ 14,g00 26.5'4800 CASE .................................................... %,900 37'4900 CASE ...................................................... 55,900 28'DEUTZ-ALLIS 1400 ........................................ 52,500 HAY EQUIPMENT '06 BR780A NH TWiNE/NET .............................. 15,900 688 NH BALER ..................................................... 59,900 8S1 NH BALER ..................................................... $2,200 NEWTONUTTI IN-LINE 9WHEEL RAKE ............. $5,950 702 JD IOWHEEL RAKE ....................................... $I,.S00 CORN HEADS '09 99( NH 8R30 ................................................ $59,90 '08 99( NH 8R30 ................................................ $54,900 '09 98D NH 8R30 ............................................... S38,900 '09 98D NH 6R3O ............................................... $34,90 '08 98C NH 8R30 ................................................ 531,000 '11 CAPELLO 8R30 FITS JD ................................ %4,900 DNILLS& PLANTING 3600 KINZE 16R30 ASD-EV .............................. SI05,900 3800 KINZE 24R30 ASD .................................... 5105,900 2600 KINZE 16/31 .............................................. 539,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 .............................................. %4,900 2100 KINZE 12R30W/LIFT ASSIST .................... $13,900 6100WHITE 12R30 ............................................... S9,900 290 CONVEY- ALL SEED TENDER ....................... $II,9(]0 '07 PAR-KAN 150WEIGHWAGON ....................... %,0 SKIDLoADERS '12 L-225 NH, CAR/HEAT/AC, 600 HRS .............. $37,S00 '06 L-190 NH, 1950 HR5 .................................... $26,900 '09 L170NH, 2300 HRS ....................................... 521,500 '01 LS-170 NH, 5400 HRS CAB & HEAT ............. $12,900 '07 317JD, CAB/HEAl, 19(]0 HRS ........................ $17,900 MISCELLANEOUS '12 42'MANDAKO ROLLER 36" . ........................ $29,900 690 KILL BROS. CART ......................................... $11,900 '07 WlLRI(H 20'SHREDDER .............................. S16,90 2700 REM VAC .................................................... $15,9(]0 2500 REM VAC ..................................................... $12,900 SUDENGA 6"BRUSH AUGER (OFF DEMCO 550). $I,100 Class of '93 A 20th class reunion of the WWG class of '93 was held Saturday, June 29, at Loy Woelber's Barn. Those attending were top from left: Chris Dallenbach, Mike Landuyt, Brian Carlson, Josh Swenhaugen, Chad Bakke, James Kleven, Miranda Swenhaugen (Doom), Carla Nelson (Kjorness), Sarah Cohrs, Carrie Kleven (Baumann), Rachel Bakken (Homing). Submitted photo l00,00,low Lake Church to hold Sing-A-Longs On Sunday, July 14 at 10:30 a.m. Willow Lake Church will open its doors for a Sing-A-Long. All are welcome to enjoy this his- toric landmark and stay for a Subway sandwich box lunch following the sing-a- long. Located on the prairie, Willow Lake Church was organized in 1874, and the building was built in 1899. This is an opportunity for all who have never known of this prairie treasure to view and enjoy a simply built yet beautiful rural church and learn more about the history of this area. The sing-a-long and family activities provide the Friends of Willow Lake an opportu- nity to share this beautiful rural historic landmark with others and surface interested individuals and organizations that would be supportive of donating to support and pre- serve this historic landmark as an important part of our rural community. Laura Ingalis Wilder Connection The July sing-a-long is held during a weekend of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant. There are similari- ties with the wife of the cou- ple who donated the land for Willow Lake Church. The wife, Mary Mickleson, and Laura Ingalls Wilder were born the same year - 1867, married the same year - 1885 and died the same year - 1957. Historic Area Historic Slaughter Slough is located three miles south of the church, and End of the Line Museum and Lake Shetek State Park near Currie are six miles. These historical opportu- nities are great additions to any family in the area, any stay-cation or if you are visit- ing the area. Also, mark your calen- dars for September 22 for a fall gathering and fall fam- ily activities at Willow Lake Church. To learn more about this historical landmark call 507- 629-3488, email friendsof- willowlake@gmail.com or look up Willow Lake Church on Facebook. ao/f Corner By Digger Phelps This week marks the 4th of July, a time that often seems to mark the mid-point of the golf season, but for some rea- son, it seems to have arrived very quickly this year. At any rate, the week will con- clude the first half of men's league play with some very tight races up to this point. Leaders are as follows: Early League 1 Dave and Ron Jorgenson 90; P. Zieske and H. Lamb 86 1/2 Early League 2 - Homing -Bakken 89 1/2; Keithahn- Meyer- 86 Intermediate League - Timm - Skarupa 99 1/2; Wester - Severson 90 Two Lady League - L. Elzenga and Linda Carter are tied with Shirley Wolf and Gall Smith all with 38 1/2 points as of last week. Five Lady League - Jan Lindaman team is leading with 99 Last week's Heritage Health Care Foundation fund-raiser was a rousing suc- cess with twenty-five teams participating. The "First Avenue Salon" team of Sue Chapman, Steve Severson, and Craig Jans aced out a few other teams by shoot- ing a blistering 31 on a very windy afternoon to capture this year's championship. The month of July holds some events on Mondays which may cause the post- ponement of our Monday night "Burger Bar" in a couple of cases. Be sure to watch for announcements at the course. The next major event at the club will be the annual Member-Guest Tournament to be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21. You may pre-register at the clubhouse, and both you and your partner will need to have an 18 hole handicap. Conditions continue to improve at the course, and presently are excellent, so get out and enjoy a day or part of one sharpening up you golf skills. Quote of the week- "Retire to what? I'm a golfer and a fisherman. I've got no place to retire to." - Julius Boros Keep your head down, and we'll see you on the course!! www,ncppub,c0m THANKS FOR 15 years of Service Stacy Barstad Back row (left to right): Jean Metcalf, Pharmacist, Alli Rue, Rad Tech, Charlie Snyder, Rad Tech, Patty Kolar, Clin- ic Nurse Supervisor, Jolene Cochran, X-Ray Manager, and Jerry Thompson, CFO. Front row (left to right): Jeri Schons, CNO, Stacy Barstad, CEO, Sally Reese, Hospital RN, and Krista Kopperud, Marketing Coordinator. SANF')RD" Westbrook 212624