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SENTINEL TRIBUNE GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO July 14, 1993 Mark S. Johnson, who has been the accompanist for the Minnesota Boys Choir for the past two years, will take over as Artistic Director of the choir. Mark is the son of Steve and Sue Johnson. Nancy Boeck and Bev Busswitz took first place in doubles at the Minnesota State Bowling Tournament held in Austin and Albert Lea. An abundance of rain is causing problems for many area residents. The Council is sympathetic, but can't do much about the excess water. TWENTY YEARS AGO July 14, 1983 Harolds Foodland is changing hands. Harold Schmidt, owner, recently sold Harolds Foodland to Larry Larson of Hendricks, MN and Maynard Larson of Elkton, S.D. The new store will be Maynard's Foods of Westbrook. Father Gene Stenzel is the new pastor at IHM in Currie and St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Westbrook. "On Golden Pond" will be presented at the Westbrook High School Auditorium on Sunda); July 24. Proceeds will go to the summer recre- ation program. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 12, 1973 Chris Bestul handed over the keys to the school to Westbrook's new Superintendent of Schools to William Nachatilo. Nachatilo was superintend- ent in Lancaster, MN for three years before coming to Westbrook. Westbrook youth had plenty of looking to do this week as the Hospital Days Carnival started moving into town early Monday morning and have been set- ting up rides and stands all week. The Village Council last week gave approval for a signal survey in Westbrook, with the possibility of grant- ing a franchise to build a cable system here. HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM Roller Skating By Donna Rupp Those of us who didn't dance years ago spent many hours on the roller rinks arid there were a few around the country. One known as Tibeadeaus Rink south of Storden, one by Bean Lake on a Pederson farm, one in Comfrey at one time, one in Sanborn, which is now the Rope and Spur and Westbrook's Rink, which is now the Community Building. There was lots of skaters, especially on Saturday and Sunday nights. We made many a mile on those floors, met many people who became lifetime friends. Some were very good skaters--a big fellow-- Rollie Werner from Sanborn, helped us younger sprouts to learn to skate correctly, but when he fell, the whole building shook. Other good skaters were Ray and Glennie Pankonin of Sanborn, Maynard Matzke, Bud Rachuy, Elton Schnieder, and many more. It was a night of fun and recreation for many ages. Tex and Lois Cohrs were managers of the Westbrook Rink for many years. /Ebleskiver Days in Tyler The community of Tyler will host its iEbleskiver Days Celebration on Friday through Sunda; July 25-27, 2003, for a three-day cele- bration. The tEbleskiver Days sporting events inchtde the golf tournament on Friday at 10 a.m.; softball tournament and rolle bolle tournaments, both Saturday and Sunday, and the amble 5K walk]run on Saturday at 8:30 a.m., with starting line at the downtown bandshell park. Friday is the Kiddie Parade and Groul Float Competition at 7 p.m., with the parade route being from the Tyler Fire Hall to the downtown bandshell park. A Teen Dance is from 7 to 11 p.m. on Friday, under the big tent, featuring "Preacher Row" and Starvy's Disco. Many of the events are slated for Saturday. The Dansk Fri Luft Art Fest will be in the Danebod Folk School Pavilion from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the quilt show runs the same h(mrs, but at the fire hall. The ever-popular Ebleskive (Danish tennis- ball-shaped pancakes) will only be served on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the fire hall. Ethnic arts and crafts will also be on display at the Danebod Folk School, as well as demonstrations of Danish crafts by local crafts. men in Danish costume, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Danish open-face sandwich-. es, pastry and coffee will also be served. The Danebod Lutheran Church women are sponsors of this event, held in the Danebod Folk School basement dining room. The ,Ebleskiver Grand Parade will be on Saturday night, beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 27 is sched- uled to be "Community Day". A community church service is set for 11 a.m., along with a picnic from F2" noon to 2 p.m., and free entertainment from noon to 1 p.m. by Pastor Patricia Baglien, all under the big tent. Find out more about /Ebleskiver Days by calling the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce at 507-247-3905, or visit us on-line at www.aebleskiverdays.com. NOTICE The Lamberton Clinic will be CLOSED for equipment and facility improvements the weeks of July 21 st and July 28th with plans to reopen the week of August 4th. Clinic appointments during this time can be made for the Springfield Medical Center by calling 1-800-535-7101 or 507-723-4231. 102e34 Community WESTBROOK NEWS Phone 274-6136 Don and Donna Schoenenberger were Sunday callers of Bernice Bashans. Fern Refsal and LaVonne Hanson were Sunday after- noon visitors of Olga Erickson. Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen were Tuesday evening visi- tors of Pete and Muriel Gundermann. Kenneth and Mar), Kashmarek, Eldridge. IA. and his sister. Linda Forbrook. Chicago, brought their mother Clara Kashmarek to the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center last Mondas: They were supper guests at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home along with Bob and Sally Nelsen and Brian Kashmarek. Kenneth. Mary and Linda returned to their homes Tuesday morning. Dorothy Kuehl and grand- son, Gunnar Kuehl. were Thursday afternoon visitors of Erma Kuehl. Gunnar had spent a week with Doug and Dorothy Kuehl. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Spirit Lake. IA. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Maasdam, Aleida and Tregory, and Leona Van Maasdam attended a DeJager family reunion at the Lane Stille home at George, IA, Sundas: Scott and Marilyn Korsten, Harrisburg. SD, Clarence and Leora Hass and Gerry Anderson visited Delores Cohrs at the home of her daughter, Marcia Cohrs, Apple Valles: Saturday after- noon. Delores had just been released from the Methodist hospital. Mike and Julie Costello. Kelly and Andrew, New Brighton, and Steve and Jeanne Tolzman. Elysian, were weekend guests of Kenneth and Jordis Jans. Ron Christensen was a visitor Wednesday forenoon of Erma Kuehl to tell Erma and Rosemary Lewis about their trip to California and show pictures. Bud and Fay Kuehl were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Erma. Roger and Marian Kopperud were Tuesday callers at the home of Curt and Gladys Murras: George and Darlene Roggow, Jackson, were Thursday afternoon visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Gerry Anderson, Larry and Carrie Anderson and .Marion Anderson had dinner with Milford E. Anderson at the Good Samaritan Center Sunday to honor him for his 86th birthday. Lois Grams, Hutchinson, Darcy Hanson. Anna and Adam, Champlain, and Patty Grams, Mpls., were Saturday noon guests at the Lloyd and Ellen Nelsen home, coming especially to attend the Pageant at Walnut Grove that evening. Gary and Jan Nelsen of Indianapolis. IN, arrived Saturday at the Leslie and Lu Nelsen home to spend a few days. Rosemary Lewis accompa- nied Jan Kuehl recently to visit a friend at Shetek, Jennifer Connolly and sons. St. Paul, were Sunday supper and overnight guests of Iris Marshall. Jane Schultz was a Friday evening caller of Hutdrich and Isabel Nibbe. Garnet Fowler was a visi- tor of Gerry Anderson Tuesday morning. Ethel Schmalz was a Wednesday morning caller and Wednesday evening Jane Hass and Adam visited Gerry. Leslie and Lu Nelsen, Gary and Jan Nelsen and Laura Knutson were Sunday dinner guests of Marlowe and Donna Nelsen. Elaine Fischer and Jenna. Tracy, and their Girl Scout exchange student from Missouri were Sunday forenoon visitors of Erma Kuehl. Roger and Marian Kopperud. Grace Osland, Myron Osland. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner attended the Strandburg cousins reunion Saturday at the Svea Church. Others attend- ing were from Kandiyohi, Pillager, Kerkhoven, Willmar and Mpls. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Gleason were Sunday after- noon visitors of Edna Hubin. Vernon and Darlene Jarmer. Bud and Fay Kuehl, Vernell and Jan Kuehl and Doug and Dorothy Kuehl were Sunday evening visi- tors at the Erma Kuehl home for a farewell party for Rosemary Lewis who returned to her home Monday morning. Paul. Cathie, Dan and Andrea Maeyaert, Maplewood. were Saturday. overnight guests at the home of Ron and Eunice Christensen. The Maeyaerts and Christensens attended the wedding reception for Heather (Maeyaert) and Sam Snyder held at the Upper Lake Laura Park, Walnut Grove, Sunday after- noon. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress.com Birthday Bouquets ig" Funerals- Weddings ;, DRIED & SILKS 1 . 1-800-645-6479  !lK00,oo,,00ll PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm- Business Complete Auction Service Rich Reiner Springfield, MN. Phone 1-507-723-5243 Call collect. at the Connection in Windom FRI.. JULY 18TH THRU SAT., AUG. 2ND many shorts, T-shirts, swimsuits, jackets - 7 OPEN AT 8! A.M. ON ! JULY. 18TH!I Regular Hours M-F 9-5 Sat. 9-4 1/2 price all shoes - 20% off smmlme cnms  lw usm  831-1448  4th AVe. Wlndom Wednesday, July 16, 2003 GOOD SAMARITAN By Bernice Christians Activity Director Week of July 7 Four and a half years ago Pastor Dean Fitzsimmons took on the new position of chaplain at our facility. He has been a support to our res- idents and staff during this time. He recently gave notice of his resigna- tion to pursue other voca- tion opportunities and we will miss him. We are happy to announce that Suellen Dusek has agreed to become our facility's spiritual ministries leader. She will be attending a spiritual min- istries workshop at Central office in the near future. Suellen is a famil- iar figure in the facility as she is a former employee and reads to the residents as a volunteer weekly. Volunteers assisting with activities this past week included Anna Margaret Warner with sing along, Judy Tighe and Elouise Busswitz with chit chat, Eunice Rupp, Marci Chapman and Muriel Gundermann with Bible study, and Grace Jensen and Jane Schultz with Thursday evening bingo (Verna Severson won blackout). Jane Schultz, Gerry Anderson, Jean Beck and Mary Kirchner helped with beauty shop Friday morning, and Suellen Dusek read to the resi- dents Friday afternoon. A boy scout by the name of David Scotto, son of Michelle Klasse Scotto, recently came to our cen- ter requesting to do vari- ous jobs. David pent several hours w.atering flowers, assisting with games, visiting with resi- dents and doing other jobs that we came up with. His help was much appreciated.. The weekly worship service was conducted by members of St. Anthony's Catholic Church Sunday morning. Micah, Elizabeth, Aurora, and Mary Sunderman assist- ed with music. LaVonne Neerland of West Des Moines, Iowa was a dinner guest of Cleo Olson Jensen Sunday. Week of July 14 It's been awhile since I've updated you on the residents' walking pro- gram that was started- February 1. We have bee keeping records of how far residents walk daily. The information is tallied up every 2 weeks. About once a month, we have a party for the residents with a theme taken from the area we have been through. So far, they have had rest stop parties at Pete's Corner, a casino party at Flandreau, a western party at the Badlands, and this week, we'll be having another rest stop party at Newcastle, W'Y. Gary is on deck to grill hotdogs for our lunch. The resi- dents' goal is California by Resident with Ruth this past Residents were on new staff and made and carpet which has been! the halls this usually in the The floors Residents are given an express temperature, the activities concerns Residents' Ri 18 were also Volunteers with activities week DesLauiers with games, with Judy Elouise and Marian and Leona Van with Sin and Jane Grace Jensen Thursday with Eldora winning Hairsetters ing were Jane Jean Beek, Kopperud, and Rueter. Bernice entertained the with a music Saturday Keith Care the weekly ice Sunday We extend Milford celebrated his Sunday. ner guests Anderson, Anderson and Carrie Other dinner Saturday were Courtney of and Joyce Windom and Bedner of guests of Bob Eldora Worthington, of Marjorie Rupp. dinner guests Donna Martinson River, OR, and Madson, Bernice Thorn Ruth Madson, ly. We welcome dents to our Kashmarek Madson. We will enjoy their US. * Weddings * *Funerals *Flowers & for every occasion *Crafts Pho Mary L. 4 miles W. ') I mile E. of Do'w 30,1 YOU To the following Businesses & Individuals for Cash donations to the HERITAGE HEALTH CARE 5th Annual 3-Person Scramble Golf Avera McKennan Community Blood Bank, ] Midwest & Insurance Services, Birkholz Law Offices, D & M Anderson Trucking, Avenue Salon, Grams Floor Covering, State Bank & First State Agency, Integrity leffers State Bank & C.R. Duroe Agency, Agency, Lichty Drug, Marlow's Amoco, Grocery, Seeger & Boeck, Sioux Valley Health Services, R. Haar State Farm In,, Tracks North, Inc., VFW Club, Westbrook Center, Wolf Etter & Co., Diagnostic Center, Inc., Bruning Construction ** Special thanks to the many businesses donated gifts for door prizes. **SPECIAL THANKS to Meadowland/ o'Lakes for their donation of $1000 I ii