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TRIBUNE NCES IN THE PAST w m YEARS AGO 27, 1994 home from Gathering at GA, were 27 youth from Grace Church, Our Lutheran Church. Lutheran HubiR recently his Chianina steer at the SD Block and Bridle Brookings, SD. won Overall Grand steer. 9-16. Gretchen Karl Enstad. and Phillips attended the Future Homemak- American Convention Mariott Hotel in FL. They partici- the Star Event ses- a Silver 2nd for the ABC iect. They were 1 short of receiving a YEARS AGO July 26, 1984 enthusiastic crew up at the old depot afternoon to the depot and The crew GaD" Hofer, Sever Mike Knutson, Bakker. Wesley Bud Mischke, Tom and Lawrence Fogel. Monday morning, July 30, Jerome Hansen, president of the Currie State Bank and the staff at the bank will cut a ribbon to officially open a week long open house cele- bration in honor of their new bank building and facilities. Ralph Merchant put together round of 36-39 (75) last Saturday in the Rolling Hills Golf Club's Men's Senior Tournament to win the event for the second year in a row. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 25, 1974 A team of Medicare inspec- tors completed an inspection at the hospital in Westbrook last week and gave them a no deficiency rating on the inspection. Westbrook firemen were called to the Floyd Refsal farm, 2 miles northwest of town, last Friday morning about 11 a.m. when smoke filled the house. It was found that some rugs were burning under a clothes chute in the basement. Damage from the smoke was extremely heavy. The fog here last Monday morning is about the most moisture we have had in Westbrook for the last month and a half. If no rain comes in the next week or so, things could get rough as far as yield goes. County ndar 4 - "'Magic L Ride" 4-H Clover 11 8.m. - 2 p.m., 5 - 4-H Auction :meeting, 7:30 Courts Bldg. Meeting August 9 - 4-H Clothing Judging, 8:30 a.m., MCC Elementary; "Red Carpet Revue," 4-H Fashion Revue, 7 p.m., MCC Elementary August 10 Fair cleanup, 7 p.m., 4-H Exhibit Bldg. & Eatstand August 11 Fair cleanup, 7 p.m., 4-H Exhibit Bldg., Eatstand & Arena Tuesday, August 3 3 pm 4-H General (Non-livestock) judging, 4-H Exhibit Bldg. Wednesday, August 4 - 8.30 am 4-1-1 Horse Show Registration 4-H Horse Show, Arena am 441 Food Stand Opens pm Open Class entries accepted for Needlework, Clothing & Foods (canned only) till 8:00 pm Carnfval opens Demol/tilon Derby, Outdoor Arena, west of Iddoor Arena (Adults $8; Ages 12.& under $5) booths not open Wednesday evening Thursday, August 5 4-H Food Stand Opens 4-H Dog Show, Arena 4-H Cat Show, Arena Open Class Entries Due- Need/e- work, Clothing, Foods, Floral & Artwork FFA Swine, Oleson Pavilion Pet Show, Arena am Open Class Barrow and Gilt Show, Oleson Pavilion am 4-H Dairy Show, Arena FFA and Open Class Horticulture, Crops & Mechanical Judging, Vossen Building pm 4-H Rabbit Show, Rabbit/Poult Barn FFA Dairy Show, Arena Open Class Judging: Foods pm FFA Sheep Show, Sheep Pavilion pm Open Class Dairy Show, Arena i pm Open Class Judging: Needlework, Clothing, Floral, Artwork, Vossen Bldg. 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 6:00 pm Community Wednesday, July 28, 2004 Page 9 i i i ill The U of M offers Science on the Prairie Workshop at Lamberton Our natural environ- ment provides great oppor- tunities for exploring, observing, and learning about science. Are you a teacher that enjoys sharing the excitement of the out- doors with your students? If so, attend Science on the Prairie, a workshop for grades 4-8 teachers, where you'll receive interdiscipli- nary ideas, activities, and resources to incorporate prairies into the classroom. Science on the Prairie will be held Monday, August 23, 2004 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the U of M's SW Research and Outreach Center near Lamberton. By participating in this Science on the Prairie Workshop you will: -Receive practical, ready-to-use activities, cur- riculum, and resources focusing on prairies. -Develop awareness of prairie resources in Southwest Minnesota. -Discover ways to embed the information into science curriculum. -Learn innovative ways to help your students gain new insight about our prairies. -Receive 5 CEU's. You'll also discover the U of M's new Native Prairie Ecology Site which features remnant prairie, wetlands, a fen, and river access all in one location. For more information or to register contact Molly Werner at the Southwest Research and Outreach Center by calling 507-752- 5062 or e-mailing werneO22@umn.du. Registration deadline is Friday, Afigust 13, 2004. 4-t-i "Arts-In" Performance, Entertainment Tent 4-H Poultry Show, RabbiVPoultry Barn 4-H Livestock Auction, entry forms due, Fair office Lamb Sweepstakes, Sheep Pavilion 4-H "Art4n" Performance, Entertainment Tent Midwest Outlaw Truck Illlers - Outdoor Arena (Adults $7; 12 & under $3) Saturday, August 7 7:30 am 4+1 Food Stand Opens 8:30 am 441 Uvestock Auction, Oleson Pavilion and Arena 10:00 am Uama Show, Arena 12:00 pm 4-H Premier Showmanship Contest, Specie Barns !-5:00 pm Carnival Wrist Bands- $12. Drawing for Boys and Girls Bike 2:00 pm 44-I "Arts4n" Performance, Entertainment Tent 2:00 pm MN State Suffolk Show, Sheep Pavilion 6:00 pm 4-H "Arts4n" Performance, Entertainment Tent 7:00 pm MN Suffolk Sale, Sheep Pavilion 7:15 pm Centennial Farm Recognition 8:00 pm Junior Suffolk Show, Sheep Pavilion 7.30 pm .RJt& Talent Show, Arena, Admission: $5; 12 & under $3 Sunday, August 8 4-I-I Food Stand Opens Southwest Horse Show, Arena General & Reserve Champ. Photos - 44-I Exhibit Building House Cat and Kitten Show, Oleson Pavilion 44-I "Arts-In" Performance, 7:30 am 9.'00 am 12:00pro 12"30 pm 1:00 pm Entertainment Tent pm Open Class Sheep, Sheep Pavilion 1-5 pm Carnival Wrist Bands - $12 4-H Goat Show, Sheep Pavilion 4-H Lamb Lead, Sheep Pavilion 1:30 pm Jr. Columbia Sheep Show, Sheep pm 4-H Sheep Show, Sheep Pavilion Pavilion Classic Car Show, East of Arena 1:30 pm Pedal Tractor Pull, East of Arena "lly EIiWI". 2:00 pm #-H County Fair Awards, Oleson Arena- FREE, Courtesy or Pavilion Eanol2000 3:30 pm Oleson44"l StatepavilionFair Livestock Orientation, Friday, August 6 4.3o  4-H State Fair G neral Orientation. Oleson Pavilion 4-H Food Stand Opens 5:00 pm NlthWalt Dog Show, 4-H Swine Show, Oleson Pavilion Arena, Free Admission Open Class Beef Show, Arena 6:00 pm All 4-H Entries Released Jm FFA Beef Show, Arena 6:00 pm Market Livestock Load-out wm 44-t Beef Show, Arena 4-H Cow/Calf & Beef Market Pen of Three Beef, Beef Barn Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday FREE ON-GOING AFTERNOON PERFORMANCES nn the Entertainment Tent Softball field gets new agrilime WESTBROOK -- ADM of Dovray frunished the trucking for the loads of Agrillme for the city softball field. The lime was donated by the Young Mens club. WESTBROOK NEWS i Phone 274-6136 LaVonne Hanson visited Olga Erickson Sunday after- noon. Grace Jensen, Laura Anderson, and Fern Refsal were visitors during the week. Larry and Carrie Anderson and Gerry Anderson visited Milford Anderson at the Good Samaritan Center Monday afternoon. Morton and Laurie Kanton were visitors Saturday afternoon of Betty Natterstad. Marian Anderson, Opal Parker, Eldora Buchholz, and Betty Natterstad were visitors of Ruth Anderson Tuesday evening. Rolf and JoAnn Hanson, Tracy, were Sunday visitors and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Carlson. Harvey and Shirley Jans and Jordis Jans were among relatives that met with Don Schuknecht, Williford. AK, at Brian's in Fulda Saturday evening. Sunday Bud and LaMae Horkey were among rela- tives at the David Johnson home, Butterfield, for the annual Horkey reunion. Kathleen Thompson, Aberdeen, SD, was a Mon. - Thurs. guest at the Iris Marshall home. Tuesday morning Kathleen and Iris were visitors and dinner guests of James Boeck and Avis Nicklasson, New Ulm. Tuesday evening supper guests of Iris and Kathleen were Ronald and Marlys Hennen, Lamberton. Wednesday morning visitor of Iris and Kathleen was Betty Olson, Windom and supper guests Wednesday evening were Jim and Alison Marshall and family, Marshall, and Priscilla Comnick and sons. Gregory Marsh, Sioux Falls, was a Saturday dinner guest of Iris. Virginia Schneider and Perry Zieske were Tuesday visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Sunday Russell and Eunice Rupp gathered at the fairgrounds in Jackson for a celebration of Elaine Harder's service in the legis- lature. This event was spon- anulmlmm 'rH964 Wilder Inn Mietei Hwy. 14, Tracy, MN 507-629-3350 Toll Free Reservations (866)211-7877 *Newly renovated *Cable TV w/DVD & game port *Microwaves & refrigerators avaiiable *Clean & comfortable *Visa, Mastercard & Discover accepted sored by the Farm Bureau Assn. of Nobles, Cottonwood and Jackson Counties. Jan Van Maasdam, Pasadena, CA, and Leona Van Maasdam were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Spirit Lake, IA, Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday they went to the Okoboji Summer Theater. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Maasdam, Aleida and Tregory and Jan Van Maasdam, Pasadena, CA, attended the Albert DeJaeger reunion at the city park in Hull, IA. Visitors of Nancy and Duane Goring Sunday evening were Lucille Cook, Steve and Nancy Cook and granddaughter Jessica, Kevin and Ronda Darling, Brook, Amanda, Sarah and Warren, Keri Buresch, and Kim and Mike Lee, Justina and Mikey, all of Lakefield. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kopperud from Grandview, TX, were Bob and Jane Klein and Jonathan. Added guests Thursday night for a reunion were Grace Osland, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Osland, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Osland, Myren Osland, Mr. and Mrs. John Meiers, Mr. and Mrs, Howard Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner, and Gary and Libbey Warner. Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kopperud were Doug, Twilia and Carlyn Kletscher. mm mm am mm sm ...- COUPON mi m m m m !In 300/00ffall 1 Summer Garden Decor I [[[1 with this coupon [ Lichty's 601 First Ave., Westbrook, MN | Phone 274-6114 i ] ,,sT 7-28 to 8-4. Bdng in this coupon.  mm m OH .,,,- -,,,, COUPON" am --- -,- m mm mm ' Red Rooster Restaurant Open 6 a.m. to 10 pan. 7 days a week! 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