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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 26, 2006 Page 9 t !GLANCES INTHE PAST TEN YEARS AGO July 24, 1996 The Storden High School I class of 1938 held their 58th ', class reunion on Saturday at [the Robert Halland home. ,Courtnie Schmidt, ,Shendoah, TX, daughter of Ken and Deb Schmidt, visit- . ed her grandparents, Harold and Dodie Schmidt and Phil -and Leola Lowe Rushmore i for 5 weeks. Last Friday afternoon the Cottonwood County ,Hazardous Waste Department held a pick up qof household hazardous wastes at the recycling building On First Ave. TWENTY YEARS AGO to store 30,000 gallons of fuel for 1-1/2 cents per month if the school cared to make the purchase now instead of waiting until December when they nor- mally order it. The MN State Brown Swiss picnic was held on Sunday, July 13 at the Brad and Deb Gertner farm in rural Westbrook. The days activities included judging in 4 classes, naming of a queen, a milking contest and a potluck dinner at noon. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 22, 1976 Ed Zenker, Westbrook businessman, announced Tuesday that he has filed with the Secretary of State's WESTBROOK WELCOME BASKET BY TONI SLEI-rEN Stacey Koenig 1038 - 6th St. Stacey was born and raised in San Diego, CA. Stacey came to Minnesota and lived with her parents for a while when they bought the Bertie Hovde home. She now lives in Westbrook, in the former home of Milford and Gerry Anderson. She moved here to be close to her family. Stacey has 3 children: Deziree 9, Aili 3, and Mia 1. Stacey works as personal Home Care-Aid. Her hob- bies are playing with the girls, scrapbooking, going to the lake, reading. fishing, softball, and base- ball. Amanda was born and raised at Battle Lake, MN. She likes to scrapbook, read, cross-stitch, music, playing piano. Amanda is a stay-at- home morn for now, with the couple's two boys --Andrew 3 and Seth 9 months. When asked why they moved here Amanda said they came for Ryan's job. They also like what Westbrook has to offer for a small town and the nice park. Welcome Ryan, Amanda and boys! j Officeto be the DFL She loves living so close to Robert and Peg Olsem Uly ~';~, l~ll:ib Candidate for the leg3slatwe the park, and says 952 Cedar Ave. ,ne westorooK lklwanls !- . ,~,-- ulstrlct Westbrook has a lot to offer Robert and Peg recently ClUD neld an elecuon at Oli1- m ~ 1 ~ ~r lom ncKson, son oz wlr. for a small town. She also built their new home in f cers last Thursday noon at ana vlrs. rmwara rlCKSOn wants to dig some roots Westbrook, coming from me regular meeung at me ur ^.a. ^^l. -u ^ ^ wm ue down for her kids. Robert's home farm near ~rtolung 1-11118 LxOIZ ~IUD wltn .~ ~.~. . . . me cno r memoers oime Welcome Stacey and chil- Westbrook. Robert was born aesar wartson namea to Wester- Blakeney Ushers were Nick Arnold . - - wlrw ~tl-~ate wnolr wnen nead the group mr me next and Patrick Maguire, dren! and raised in the Westbrook they present a concert at St. wedding area. Peg was born and ,year. ,amer mmerson was cousins of thebride, and Tim Ryan and Amanda raised in the New Prague Cloud State Umvermty on Gretchen Wester and Sell, friend of the bride. namea vice preslaent wlm 1 - unaay, ugust i. Sergeant First Class Bill Sansness area. : Jon taneK secretary ann Music for the ceremony 824A shAve. Robert works on the farm soger masse treasurer. Acco aemers. 1ram Blakeney were married was provided by Molly Ryan and Amanda come and Peg works in the WWG soumwest wunnesota, aoout December 17, 2005 at Dooney and Ben Wester, from the Old Mill State Park School as a Para. ine westorooK ~cnoot ~, . . . oara muna a way last ,l u strong -were treatea. . to a Trinity Lutheran Church, soloists, and Carol Matt:son, in Argyle, MN. They are Their hobbies: Robert, lnursaay mgnt to take ,nawanan . "uau n me town, Westbrook, with theorganist and pianist. Special very excited to have pur-work; Peg likes reading, oenma me wm green at Reverend William Klavetter verses chosen by the couple chased the Roy and Ethel scrapbooking, family activi- aavantage at low Dlfl on ~z ~ - -i. .~ ~ .~ . , . r omng rims otz Wind xastofficiating. rue on when mey openea were read by Gwen Christensen home in ties. wmnaay evening, muowmg Parents of the couple are Kvilhaug, friend of the fami- Westbrook, as it is the first The couple has 4 children mas at me meeung 'prices" going" up, " aogern an .afternoon of golf for many Timothy and Jocelyn Wester, ly. Flower attendant was home of their own. -- Matthew 22, Christopher Knudson of Local Oil offered or mere. Westbrook, and GailGail Nelson, godmother of Ryan was born and raised 20, Jennifer and Jess:ca 18. Blakeney and the late Ralph the bride, in Cyrus, MN. He is the new They like living in Mississippi.Blakeney' Taylorsville, The reception and dance Assistant Manager at LakeWestbrook. It has a lot to Matron of Honor was were held at the Marshall Shetek State Park. Ryan'soffer. Angie Erickson, sister of the Golf Club. Dave and Barb hobbies include hunting, Welcome Robert and Peg! Arnold, aunt and uncle of bride. Bridesmaids were the bride, served as dining Brittany Nelson, Sadie room host and hostess. WESTBRO K SENIOR 0 Phone 274-6136 Knutson at the Good Cross, Laura Follett, Miriam Guest book attendants Miriam Circle of Trinity Samaritan Center. Wilhelm, and Natalie were, Ashlee Wilber, cousin met Thursday afternoon at Milford and Luella Hausia-Haugen, friends ofof the bride and Hannah the home of Gwen Anderson.Anderson and Frances Falk,the bride. Junior brides-Blakeney, niece of the groom. NUTRITION SERVICES Those attending were Mankato, were Saturday maids were Morgan and Karl Enstad and Ted Bernice Bashans, Dorothy afternoon visitors Betty Courtney Blakeney, daugh-Enstad, friends of the bride, 'Kleven, Signe Pederson, La Natterstad. ters of the groom. Flower girls were Sydney and poured punch. Cake cutters Vonne Ennenga, Janice Virginia Schneider was a Wiggins, and Jean Lohre Sunday afternoon visitor of gave the lesson. Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. -Kent and Marily Bigbee/ Gerry Anderson accompa- :Mankato spent last/week at :the homes of alga iErickson ,and Bob and Kristi Butler, '*Revere. Thursday morning :alga and the Bigbees :attended the funeral of :Maynard Peterson at Christ :Lutheran Church, Slayton. ;In the afternoon, alga and ' Marilyn were among the '.guests helping LaVonne :Hanson observe her birth- nied Larry and Carrie Anderson and granddaugh- ters, Calle and Bailey, to Rush Lake near Ottertail Wednesday, joining Curt and Jeanette Anderson and Christine, Woodbury, Jim and Gloria Anderson, Bingham Lake, and Steve and Emme Anderson and family, who were spending the week there. Daniel and Michael Anderson, Woodbury, joined the group for the weekend. i day. , Marion Anderson, Opal ',Parker and Betty :Natterstad were Tuesday Shelby Erickson, nieces of the bride. The bride!s .per- sonal attendant was Kate Bautch, friend of the bride. Best man was Daniel Duncan, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Robin Phillips, uncle of the groom, Szabolcs Czike, friend of the groom, Ben Wester, brother of the bride, and Juhl Erickson, brother-in-law of the bride. Honorary grooms- men were Michael Blakeney, brother of the groom, Jason Gray, Jody Gray, and Allen Gray, cousins of the groom. were Jean Gray, aunt of the groom and Rhonda Wilber, godmother of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Concordia College, Moorhead and this fall will continue to pursue her teaching career. The groom is a graduate of the University of Alaska, Anchorage and is currently an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army. Following a honeymoon to Lake Tahoe, Nevada, the couple is at home at Fort Polk, Louisiana. Joyce and Amanda evening visitors of RuthParsons, Greenville, SC ,Anderson. were recent visitors of New directory will ,A week ago Friday, Stanley and Ruth Madson. :Clarence and Michael Doug and JoAnn Nelson, Engler, Marshall were visi- Lincoln, NE were weekend organic farmers tors of Huldrich and Isabel guests. Other recent visitors :Nibbe. were John and Linda and buyers connect ; Don and Donna Madson, Curt and Chad, iSchoenenberger, Windom, Burdett and Florence ,were Saturday morning cof- Larson, Ethel and Pat More than ZUU certified conventional product sales, ,fee guests of Bernice ',Bashans. In the afternoon, ',Bernice visited Laura !Murray Madson, and Mary Ann and Marlys Erickson. I ar i i July 26 Registration Fleadline for Clover Kids Camp I July 31 - 4-H Auction ommittee, 8:00 p.m 4-H Building : August 1 - Pre-fair Food Stand Clean up, 6:30 p.m. ; August 2- Club Supervisor Meeting, 6:00 p.m Food Stand August 3 - "A. Whale of a Good Time" Clover Kids Camp, 11 a.m.-2 p.m Fairgrounds August 7 - 4-H Clothing & Fashion Revue judging, 8:30 a.m 4-H Building CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR You Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1- 800-410-1859 Thinking of building new or remodeling? Need to replace or add a basement?. Call Toll Free 866-347-2700 Insulated Concrete Forms For Poured Walls FREE ESTIMATES! Now Booking Ca// for an appoinlment. Bolmcker ~7-841-0663 507-847-2601 Toll Free 86~,347-2"/00 701 ~e Dr, Jackson, MN 56143 Email: Ifmldwest@qwe~net Brltl HImmtiN 507-841-1836 Organic farmers and proces- sors listed The 2006 Directory of Minnesota Organic Farms is off the press and ready to help food manufacturers, meat processors, brokers, feed mills, restaurants and grocery stores connect with more than 200 certified organic Minnesota farmers. Published by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), the 42- page directory aims to help Minnesota's organic produc- ers increase their visibility to the intermediate buyers who manufacture or sell organic food to consumers. The directory is organized both by county and by the type of organic crops, live- stock, fruits and vegetables produced. "We also envision organic producers using this directo- ry to identify unfilled mar- ket niches and form market- ing alliances," said MDA Organic and Diversification Specialist Meg Moynihan. "Organic livestock producers could use the directory to find sources of organic grain, forages, and animals," she added. Organic sales in the U.S. continue to grow at 15 to 20 percent per year compared to 3 to 4 percent growth for according to government and industry sources. According to the most recent data available, Minnesota ranks fifth nationally in the number of certified organic producers and sixth in the U.S. in organic cropland. The MDA estimates there are about 500 certified organic farms in Minnesota, with almost 150 certified organic processors that turn organic raw materials into organic food and feed prod- ucts. The new directory was partially funded by the USDA Risk Management Agency's (RMA) "Commodity Partnerships for Small Agricultural Risk Management Education Sessions" Program and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Resources Management and Development Division. The RMA and the MDA are equal-opportunity providers. The MDA has mailed out more than 800 copies of the new directory. Free print copies of the Minnesota Organic Farms Directory are available by calling 651- 201-6012. The directory is also available in electronic format on the MDA's web site at www.mda.state.mn. US. July 31-Aug. 4, 2006 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Cooks choice Tuesday: Chicken strips, baked beans, cucumber salad, oatmeal cake Wednesday: Home made soup, meat sandwich, fresh fl uit, cookie Thursday: Pork roast, mashed potato/gravy, stewed tomatoes, Jell-O/top- ping Friday: Pizza casserole, perfection salad, corn bread, fresh melon For reservations call Mar:lee at 274-6583. Senior Nutrition Services, Inc is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. caring ren? SW Child Care Resource and Referral has FREE resources and information for grandparents, neighbors, or anyone who takes care of children. Call SWCCRR at SMOC: 1-507-376-4195 Funded by the State of MN DHS Supporting children wherever they are! 139411 Westbrook Health Center will be doing Athletic Physicals July 24 through August 4 during Normal Clinic Hours. Parents are required to accompany minor children unless prior arrangements have been made with clinic staff. Urine sample will be collected at time of physical. Please bring current immunization records. Bring glasses if worn. Payment due day of physical. Only $25 (physicals will not be submitted to insurance because of the already reduced rates). Westbrook Health Center 37-274-6121