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I NTINEL TRIBUNE )t at 5j | [ice this year. ,] AGO 00LANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO July 13, 1994 nn Hanson was sur- ! to find the plant she Ight was a Tiger Lily was lly an Easter Lily. to Joann by son Paul a go, the plant was put garden after it was blooming. The lily has ]loms, with one ready to t. li employment office is ;again open for business up jobs for area youth Ugh the Job Service. ey Johnson is in charge of July 12, 1984 ehill 4-H Club held rannual tour on Monday. visited the Jim Bloch 1, the John Amundson , Jim Christensen farm, Wagner farm and the bCrertner farm. The day d with a picnic at the rook City Park. and Mrs. Olaf Olson I honored Sunday after- ,.at an Open House in anniversary at the Bob Olson farm. The Summer Touring Theatre from SSU in Marshall will be presenting 'he Rainmaker" on July 13. Proceeds will be donated to Westbrook Summer Rec Program. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 11, 1974 Mary Anderson, Cindy Cohrs, Kay Cohrs, Wendy Hass, Arretta Kapp, Linda Larson, Loretta Noomen, Susan Senst, Sharon Vosberg and Peggy Zenker are all competing for the title of Miss Westbrook. Debbie Thorstad will crown the new queen at the High School auditorium Friday evening. Floyd Vrieze, Westbrook, has been recognized by the MN dairy industry for his support of the dairy indus- try. Mr. Vrieze was awarded a plaque which read, "Golden Butter Knife Award, present- ed to Westbrook Bakery and Care by the American Dairy Association of Minnesota. The award was presented at Region Eight Dairy Day in ti of their 50th wedding Mt. Lake on June 24. 0000CERCenter celebrates anniversary with a Day 'I the Dome tP.ACER Center, which l#fles informationl sup- 1:  and resources to fami- 6 !of children with disabili- and special health care , celebrates its 25th tiversary with PACER 'at the Dome. On Wednesday, July 21, R Center, in partner- tt P With the MN Twins and ra Bread, will host the 0ration at the Twins vs. jl qa Bay Devil Rays 7:10 - game at ..... the I llome. jd The first 5,000 fans 12- I-old an,,d younger will l Ve , ' Change for Uldren baseball banks Coupons for free Panera Iren s meals. Youth will encouraged to collect I and donate them at t Panera stores to benefit I ken with disabilities. A Panera coupon will be ided to encourage chil- If8 continuous participa- 0ther PACER anniver- events include: * a PACER -Panera celebration with personal appearance by a Twins player and other activities on Aug. 20 from 11 a.m. to noon, at Panera Bread Excelsior on Grandway, 3808 Grand Way, St. Louis Park. * An anniver- sary dinner event in Minneapolis on Monday, September 20. PACER Center is a national training and infor- mation center for families of children and youth with spe- cial health needs and all dis- abilities: physical, cognitive, learning, emotional, and oth- ers. PACER provides publi- cations, workshops, individ- ualized assistance, and other resources to help families make decisions about educa- tion, vocational training, employment, and other serv- ices for their child with dis- abilities. For infoTmation, call PACER at (952) 838-9000 or visit PACER's Web site at 00RE"E 00ssis00p00 R00ve C--rui00e Bring this ad to HARRIET ISLAND for one frcc adult admission on any 12-noon or 2 p.m. Public Excursion when accompanied by an adult at the Regular ($12) Fare. Good only Mon-Fri. Community Wednesday, July 14, 2004 Page 9 Bank Midwest makes donations VFW donates to park WESTBROOK -- Jan Johnson hands checks of $1,000 to Vergil Bauer and Loy Woelber. The first WESTBROOK -- VFW member Dennis Jutting pre- check was given to the Senior Center, and the sec- sented a check of $1,000 to city clerk Rachel ond check was given towardsthe new wall mats in Christians to be used for the city park improve- the high school gym ment fund. Harriet Island * St. Paul ..1-2_.27-1100._* 115741 United Methodist Church Pageant Supper SUNDAY, JULY 18 Serving 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. the Walnut Grove Community Center Carte: Hot Beef Sandwiches, Hot Dogs, Beans, Pasta Salad, Pies ! Cakes Ladies! Timeor "fun" at Tuesdays afternoons beginning July 20th you can purchase a SPECIAL $50 MEMBERSHIP/(This is good for 5 times.) Carts will be 1/2 price. Any questions, call 50%274-5166 WESTBROOK Phone 274-6136 Lee and Carol Carlson, Balaton, visited at the Caesar Carlson home Sunday evening. A week ago last Thursday morning Olga Erickson accompanied Kristi Butler and Laura to the Kent Bigbee home, Mankato. In the afternoon they attended the Memorial celebration for Sam Erickson at the Methodist Church and later joined other friends and rela- tives at the Holiday Inn. Vern Anderson and Janie Grams, Windom, Wayne and Lu Ann Kling, Granite Falls, Heidi Anderson, Calli and Bailey, Marion Anderson and Gerry Anderson were Thursday supper guests at the home of Larry and Carrie Anderson to honor Larry on his birthday. dordis dans spent June 30 througll July 4th with the Mike and Julie Costello fam- ily at their summer home on the Mississippi near Kellogg. Jordis spend July 4th and 5th with Steve and ,Jeanne Tolzman, Elysian. Chuck and Sue Busk, Tampa, FL and Doug and JoAnn Nelson, Lincoln, NE were houseguests last week at the Stanley and Ruth Madson home. A week ago Tuesday LaVonne Hanson and Olga Erickson were guests at the Bob and Ardella Runchey home, Marshall and visited other relatives from Texas, Arizona and Madison, MN. Mr. and Mrs. John Rupp and Mr. and Mrs. Milford J. Anderson were Monday sup- NEWS ! per guests of Betty Natterstad. The Tim Foslien family, custom wheat harvesters of Oklahoma, were a week ago Saturday dinner guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Ethel Ausink, Excelsior, was a luncheon guest of Leona Van Maasdam Saturday, July 3rd. In the evening, Ethel and Leona attended the all school reunion in Maurice, IA and Leona was an overnight guest at the Paul De Jager home. Sunday, July 4th, Leona attended a De Jager cousins reunion at the Maurice Community Center with cousins coming from Nevada, Washington, Minnesota and Iowa. Roe Apn Vosberg was a Tuesday evening visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Kristi Butler was a Thursday visitor of Olga Erickson. Bill and Evelyn Hanish and Opal Parker were Friday supper guests of Betty Natterstad. Cousins Charles and Vivian Warner and Margaret Walsvick, Mankato were Wednesday luncheon guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Bud and LaMae Horkey and Edith Morphew were Friday evening visitors at the Delores Horkey home, Windom. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Hubin and Cassondra, Jackie Taylor and Edna Hubin were July 4th supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. PIT STOP Pizza & Grill 14, TRACV, MN Darrell Gleason. Grace Osland and Bonnie Meier were Saturday lunch- eon guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Maasdam, Gibbon, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Spirit Lake, IA and Leona Van Maasdam attended the 25th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. BOb Van Maasdam at the Westbrook Community Center. Special surprise guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jan Bos and daughter Margiline from Zwolle, Netherland. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Gleason, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hubin and Mikayla, Sandy Hubin and Cassondra, and Edna Hubin had Sunday supper at Key Largo. Steve and PriScilla Comnick and sons and Iris Marshall returned home Sunday after a weeks vaca- tion with the Marshall fami- lies at Legion Lake Resort, Black Hills, SD. Jennifer Connatly and sons, St. Paul, were Sunday overnight and Monday guests at the home of her grandmother, Iris Marshall. Perr3 Zieske was a Thursday evening visitor of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. corn Murray County 4-H calendar July 14-18 LaPlata County, Colorado 4-H Exchange visits Murray County July 16 - Day Camp regis- tration deadline July 17 - 4-H Livestock Fitting and Showmanship Clinic, fairgrounds July 24 4-H Parents Breakfast, 8:30 a.m., Country Host Restaurant. Slayton July 26 McAmbie Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Extension Office July 26 - 4-H Federation Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Murray County Courts Building, Slayton 11164 Wilder Inn At00tel i Hwy. 14, Tracy, MN 507-629-3350 Toll Free Reservations (866)211-7877 *Newly renovated *Cable TV w/DVD & game port *Microwaves & refrigerators available *Clean & comfortable *Visa, Mastercard & Discover accepted I II i I I II Ill!Ill  ................. II J !1 ...... ' ! i,  ! i ............... Red Rooster Restaurant Dine-In *  * Delivery 507-629-3622 Restaurant Hours: Sunday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Tuesday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. n.-_toulng Hills Purchase 12" or larger pizza and get FREE Golf Club, Westbrook GARLIC CHEESe BREAD OR POP! ,+ Specialty pizzas include: BBQ chicken, Buffalo Chicken, Deluxe, Garbage, 4 Meat & Taco. Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 7 days a week! Lunch and evening specials. Also serving breakfast menu all day. Hwy. 14, Tracy, MN (507) 629-9959 ,,, Walnut Grove Lions Club Pageant Supper SATURDAY, JULY 17 Serving 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center Ala Carte Menu: Hardee's hot roast beef sandwich, all beef hot dogs, macaroni salad, beans, chips, pie, beverage 115748 115743 Paoeant f:_qoer FRIDAY, 00JULY Serving 4:30 tO 7:30 at the Walnut Grove Community Center Menu: Grilled pork burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, chips, baked beans, pies, cakes, bars, beverages (ala carte pricing) Supplemental funds from Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Redwood County Chapter