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TRIBUNE NCES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 20, 1994 ripped through the area Monday after- The path of the storm 2 miles the worst being a mile north and a of Dovray. Corn and stalks were and the beans are stems. Dumplings and guests al/tended the "Phantom" at a performance at Dinner En route home they time at the River in Mankato. workers were busy finishing up seal- of County Road 7 to the north line. YEARS AGO July 19, 1984 Wildcat march- traveled to New WI where they in their parade. " came away with Deena Carey, Miss Westbrook. also partic- ipated in the parade. Sixty couples took part in the Couples Tournament at Rolling Hills Golf Club on Saturday. Tom Nordin and Chris Toner took first place. Mrs. Lydia Kleven cele- brated her 92nd birthday with a large group of family and friends on Thursday. July 12. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 18, 1974 Susan Senst was crowned Miss Westbrook Thursday night at the annual pageant. Cindy Cohrs and Kay Cohrs were chosen runners-up. The Busswitz annual fam- ily reunion was held in the Westbrook City Park Sunday. Relatives came from Rochester, Hutchinson and from neighboring towns. Wonder Club held a 40th anniversary dinner at Rolling Hills Golf Club recently to honor four char- ter members. The four, who were organizers of the club. are Erma Kuehl. Mayme Carlson. Elsie Touhey and Rose Fried. WESTBROOK NEWS 274-6136 Circle of Trinity Church met in the parlor Thursday with Delores hostess and Anderson leading the Others attending Dorothy Kleven. Jensen, Signe Jean Lohre. Ennenga, Caroline Bernice and Janice Nelson and Linda ere Thursday visitors of- D2ga Costello. Kelly and New Brighton, and and Jeanne Tolzman, were weekend Of Jordis Jans. They the "Fragments Dream" pageant at Grove Saturday Mitchell and Iris were Sunday sup- of Steve and Comnick. and Donna Le Sueur, and Anderson had dinner Milford Anderson at Samaritan Center In the afternoon relatives and friends them for lunch in 87th birth- Ole, Simon, Linda UlsteinVik of the tors of Olga Erickson. Mary Margaret Scheutte. Gilbertsville, KY. was a visi- tor of Russell and Eunice Rupp Saturday. ,Jan Van Maasdam, Pasadena, CA. arrived Friday at the Leone Van Maasdam home to spend a month. Clarence and Lore Lageson, genson, were weekend guests of Roger and Marian Kopperud coming especially for the Ingalls pageant at Walnut Grove. The Elmer and Mavis Anderson families gathered for a family reunion at the Lutsen Resort in northern Minnesota from Thursday to Sunday. All family members e/cept Ian Silberman. Keene, New Hampshire, were present. Attending were Patrick and Michel Lowther. Emil); Alison and Ian, Sleepy Eye, Erling and Julie Anderson and Briana. Plymouth, Laurel Anderson, New York City. Karl and Rosie Anderson and Jared, Scotts Valley, CA, Jacob Anderson, Santa Barbara. CA, Michael Silberman and Martha Anderson, Lyra and Andre. Brattleboro, VT, and Paul Anderson and Mia Cisek, Axel and Elsa, Seattle, WA. . Find us on the Community Wednesday, July 21, 2004 Page 9 Salvation Army sponsoring back-to- school drive The Cottonwood County branch of the Salvation Army is sponsoring a back- to-school drive this year. Several students from the Westbrook area will be ben- efiting from this program, but your assistance is need- ed. The Salvation Army purchased several back packs and it is up to the communities to help fill them with the school sup- plies they need. Donations of pens or pencils would be appreciated. They can be any shape or color and can have your business name on them. names of associates on them. vr even just plain pens/pencils. You could also donate other supplies such as notebooks, folders, rulers, :due. etc, if' ypu could nut donate pens/pencils. No donation is too small. Any amount that you feel your business could assist with would be accepted. If you cannot donate supplies, you can also donate money to be used to purchase supplies that is needed to fill the back packs. If you have any question about this project please contact me at 831-1251. Donations can be sent to the following address: Tammy L. Crowell, Salvation Army Representative, PO Box 9, Windom, MN 56101. Thank you for your time and consideration. Windom Crazy Days July 34 & 24 New swing set The Westbrook Street Dept., along with volun- teers Jason Erick$on, Mark Takle, Doug Kleeberger and Andy Kleeberer assemble new swmg set at the city park. Submitted photo More new playground equipment The Westbrook Street Dept., was busy this past week installing more new play equip- ment on the north side of the park. Dovray Area Boosters July 12th minutes By Dolores Schmitt, Publicity The Dovray Area Boosters met in regular ses- sion 1 week late on July 12, 2004 at 5 PM in the cafe. The full board was present. The meeting was called to order at 5 PM by President Dolores Schmitt. Roll call was taken and some visitors were present. LuAnn Jackels read the ,June 7 minutes. There were 6 special meetings to pre- pare for the Centennial. A letter was read from Paw Sundahl. The Centennial is over and we all felt our hard work paid off. It was a nice 2 days and everything just went the way we wanted. At the pot luck dinner, the money collected for the Murray County Food Shelf was $169.00. It was decided to give a donation of $100 to the Slayton City Band for their fine performance. Terry Keller gave a treasurers report. PAl were happy with the way it went. Next meeting August 9, (1 week late), 5 PM, care. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- sioux- Trondhem area in ,,, Web at r---------- relatives of Mrs. I '" I Kopperud, were www.lyon-sioux- ,  , Wilder :ay coffee guests of I I and Marian I d. They also visited l;rl t-r K,o ,.,,c I m | Gary Warner home to " xxu 'x elll" u/ 1 Wlrllom : Inn ere their relatives had The Story in the Ole worked at Kleven :' " ime ship builders. Sentinel :CRAZY DAYS: /IDDI [ [ a Refsal and LaVonne Red Rooster Restaurant ' were past week visi-  ', SPECIAL : .wy. 14, Tracy, MN I Ope,,,.o. tol0p00.7,,ys,w,00' I ,._____ couPo,.--------_. : 99 cents 1 Toll Free Reeervation. IiI : Roast Beef : (866)211-7877 [  Lunchandeveningspecials. |  , ! Also serving breakfast | 25% Off all i, Sandwich : "New,yreno,a, I menu allday. ! IiI summer Garden Decor I , "Cable TV w/DVD with tMs coupon II I With this coupon I &gameport I  Hwy. 14,Tcy, MN | lib Lichty's : , July23 & 24, 2004 1! 831-3429 I *Clean*Micrwaves&& comfortable I" '11 (507) 629-9959 -,,- | I ! refrigerators available   ,. " lll 8o First Ave.. Westbrook. MN I i 115744 --'-'---- Phone 274-6114 i I Hvt. 60 & 71 S., I Visa, Mastemard & VVWG Senior Class 7-21to7-28. Bring in this coupon. " ; : Windom, MN , Discover accepted Pageant ! l mm l l COUPONI =m" mira mm mm I I v I.... am == ...., -. ,.. m m m -II nson Hardware 858 4th Ave., Windom, MN. 507-831-2733 I= Sporting Goods Headquarters" antastic buys on Polaris Clothing & Accessories and much, much more! Crazy Days at Windom - July 23 & 24 ,,. Supper CRAZY PI Friday, July 23 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. CRAZY PRICES Saturday, July 24 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 24 Serving 4:30 - 7:30 at the Walnut Grove Community Center Ham Dinner $5.00 Ham slice, scalloped pota- toes, corn or green beans, bun; lemonade or coffee Kids Meal $3.00 Hot dog, ch,ps, corn or green beans, lemonade. Pie & Cake $1.50, Ice Cream 25c