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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 24, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO July 22, 1998 Nearly 300 members and former members were on hand to celebrate Our Savior's Lutheran Church, in Dovray, one hundredth anni- versary. The celebration brought together many for- mer members and clergy to reminisce about the past. The church was packed to the rafters Sunday morning with every overflow area nearly full of worshippers. Last week Mark Schoborg was surprised when he received a prep bowl jacket from his high school days. The jacket was found this spring about 5 miles north of Springfield, about 50 miles away. The Schoborg home was destroyed by a tornado earlier this spring. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 2.1, 1983 Adam Rachuy, a 1978 graduate of Westbrook High School, assumed duties as Westbrooks new Vo-Ag instructor the middle of July. He has taught one year at Ivanhoe. It was the end of an era last Wednesday at the auctioning of equipment of Tighe Construction Co. The sale was an inventory reduction sale. At a special Commercial Club meeting on Monday, a committee was proposed to handle the job of developing a museum in the old depot building. Volunteering to serve on the committee are Sever Knudson, Bud Mischke, Jim Patterson, Tom Merchant, Joan Bakker, Bonnie Knutson, Gary Hofer, and Jeff Borkenhagen. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO July 25, 1968 The Cottonwood County commissioners have set the general revenue fund for the county at $245,000. This compares with last years' total of $235,000, an increase of $10,000. Dallas Giese has accept- ed the position of manag- er of the Jeffers Monsanto Agricultural Center, replac- ing Donald Sayre. Sayre had managed the Monsanto plant since 1966. A hand grenade simula- tor of the type used in mili- tary training was discovered carefully placed on the rail- road tracks just east of the Slayton depot. Inspectors from the railroad company and the Federal Bureau of Investigation were notified. Police are investigating the incident and the names of area people who would have access to such devices are being procured. WESTBROOK SENIOR SERVICES July 24 - 31, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Chicken salad, muffin, fruit Thursday: Pork chop, augratin potatoes, peas & carrots Friday: Meat loaf, parsley potatoes, country veggies Monday: Beef commer- cials, green beans Tuesday: Chef salad Wednesday: BBQ pork, broccoli, mandarin oranges Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle 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. WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Wcstbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at EO. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137; by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppnb.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Visitors at the Roger and Sanford Health launches Carolyn Benson home the past 3 weeks have been: Shelley Keeler, Tacoma, WA; Same Day appointments DoreenTumer, Chressieand Torin, Ed and Michael Same Day appoint- ments for Family Medicine, Pediatrics, OB/GYN and Internal Medicine Sioux Falls, SD-- Sanford Health is breaking barriers when it comes to patient care. People are driven by busy schedules, and when illness or injury strikes, they want to be seen as quickly as pos- sible. Sanford is meeting that need with Same Day at Sanford, the service was cre- ated to increase patient access for primary care needs the very same day. "Our patients have been asking for this, and we're responding to the request," said Dan Blue, MD, president of Sanford Clinics. Sanford Health launched the service in the Sioux Falls region today. Other regions will begin same day services in the coming weeks. The service is available in: family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics and obstetrics and gynecology. Dawson, Sioux Falls, SD; The process is simple. Patients can schedule an appointment through Same Day at Sanford by calling their primary care clinic or the Same Day phone line at (855) SAME-DAY. When patients call the Same Day phone line, a scheduler con- nects them with the appropri- ate clinic so they can be seen as quickly as possible. "Every effort will be made for patients to see their pri- mary care physician. If that physician isn't available, we will make arrangements for an appointment with a col- league at that local clinic or a nearby clinic if necessary," said Dr. Blue. Same Day appointments will be treated the same as an office visit at the providing clinic. The appointments are also available to patients with Medicaid coverage. To schedule an appoint- ment, patients can call their local clinic or dial (855) SAME-DAY. Learn more about this unprecedented service at sanfordhealth.org/ sameday. Janae, Tessa and Carrie Homer, Tracy; Terry Iverson, Hutchinson; Kristine Isder, Windom; The Erik Benson family, Tom and June Merchant, John and Deanna Amundson, Joyce Vortherms, Any Schmalz, Diane Bruning, Lee and Vicki Busswitz, Pam and Brian Busswitz, Brenda Clausen of Westbrook. Shelley and Roger were din- ner guests of Pam and Brian Busswitz. Saturday Roger and Carolyn took Shelley to Mankato where they met Dick and Karen Krueger and Bob and Lee Krueger, who took Shelley to Minneapolis, where she left for her home in Tacoma. COTTONWOOD COUNTY 4-H EVENTS 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. July 31 Summer Evening Horse Clinic, Windom Arena, 7 p.m. Members of the Storden High School Class of 1966 enjoyed a get-together at the Rolling Hills Golf Club Saturday evening, June 22. They had invited members of the classes of 1965 and 1967 as well as former teachers to join them. Two of the 1965 class, five of the 1967 class, and two former teachers joined the twelve 1966 class mem- bers for a delicious meal and a great evening of vis- itin Rena Wald and Larry Thompson, mem- bers of the class of 1966, sent letters of greeting. Graduates numbered 26 in 1965, 21 in 1966, and 17 in 1967. Seven members of the three classes are deceased. Bob Van Maasdam reviewed the 1965 Storden yearbook, The Tiger, and led a "Do you remem- ber?" session, reflecting on classes, activities, and faculty and staff who had role in the lives of this group of students. One highlight included discussion of the spring 1965 recording ses- sion of the high school choir (classes of 1965-68.) The music was taped in the newly-built Storden Baptist Church sanctuary, and choir director Donald Ecoff submitted the tape to a recording studio for production of the vinyl records. Thanks to a 1972 Sylvania "solid state ste- reo" turntable and speak- ers, the group was able to listen to the recording at the reunion. Fifteen of the attendees had sung in that choir. Appreciation to Ruthann Larson Mostoller, Annette Solomonson Smith, and Bob Van Maasdam for their efforts in planning this event. As the old say- ing goes, "A good time was had by all." Class of 1967: Norman Dather, Melvin, IA; Linda (Leopold) Just, Bingham Lake; Jo Ann (Olsen) Langan, Babbitt; Susan (Anderson) Willcutt, Lonsdale; Wayne Holck, Alexandria. Submitted photo Class of 1965: Nick Meyer, Storden; Emmett Bakke, Marshall. Submitted photo Class of 1966 and faculty: back row: Rick Pietz, Eagan; teach- er Dennis Turner, Worthington; Maydelle (Berntson) Johnson, Keller, TX; Annette (Solomonson) Smith, Windom; Ruthann (Larson) Mostoller, Interlachen, FL; Bonnie (Natterstad) Graft, Ennis, TX; Jessica (Sundahl) Widvey; teacher John Widvey, Worthington; Wayne Rupp, Westbrook; front row: Dennis Thompson, Hermosa, SD; Terry Galer, Elk River; Joe Olsem, Heron Lake; Andy Nerhus, Forest Lake; Bob Van Maasdam, Westbrook. 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