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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES 1N THE PAST WESTBROOK VFW Donates to project:: SENIOR FIFTEEN YEARS AGO July 29, 1998 Last Saturday Janice and Luther Tostengard had about 100 friends and acquaintanc- es help harvest and bundle about 6 acres of their wheat. The wheat is call "Julenek" in Norway. Julenek bundles were used at Christmas time around the yard as a decora- tion. Saturday night straight line high winds from a thunder- storm system toppled trees throughout Jeffers, causing some damage. Two empty 100,000 bushel grain storage bins at Prairieland Coop were blown over, damaging the conveyor system of adjacent buildings., The truck scale landed on several empty ammonia tanks. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 28, 1983 Jim Bundy is the new man- ager of Maynard's Foods in Westbrook. John Grise is in charge of the meat depart- ment. The two men have moved to Westbrook and will be in charge of Maynard's Foods, formerly Harolds Foodland. Brenda Horkey and Joseph Clausen exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, July 9, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Westbrook. Father Stenzel officiated at the 3 pm cere- mony. Highlighting the Cottonwood County Fair this year in entertainment will be Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, along with Tompall and the Glaser Brothers. Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass has been nominated as Country Music Association Best Instrumental Group of the Year for the past 13 years. Tompall and the Glaser Brothers have been nominated for 8 Grammy Awards in their career. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO August I, 1968 Westbrook and Storden will host the 1968 MN State Horseshoe Tournament. A new sign, denoting Westbrook as a site for a portion of the tournament was erected this week on Klasse's machinery lot south of Hwy. 30. The Westbrook Commercial Club donated the sign. Sn. Dean Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winter, was awarded the first run- ner-up trophy in a physical fitness test held recently. Winter, who serves aboard the subtender U.S.S. Sperry, was a participant in that ships' quarterly fitness test and won his award on the basis of outstanding fitness and ability. The Dovray Fire Department is sponsoring a street dance to help raise money for the purchase of a tanker truck. The 7-piece band of Tiny Little will pro- vide the music. SERVICES July 31 - August 7,2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: BBQ pork, broccoli, mandarin oranges Thursday: Meatballs, mashed potatoes, beets Friday: Fish, baked pota- to, mixed veggies Monday: Hamburger, hash browns, corn Tuesday: Taco, fruit Wednesday: Chicken breast, mixed veggies, peach- es Menus subject to change For reservations call Angie 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. Recent activities of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars includ- ed a $250.00 donation to the Wounded Warrier Project and a $1000.00 donation to the local "Reach Out and Read" pro- gram being run through the local Sanford Clinic. Local VFW members Mary Sorenson, Francis Cohrs, Leon Mischke, Rod Boeck, Marlowe Nelsen, and Digger Phelps present a donation to Krista Kopperud, local volunteer coordinator for the "Reach Out and Read" program. Submitted photo WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137; by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Steve and Priscilla Comnick and Mitchell, Randall and Elizabeth Swan and Iris Marshall returned home, from a four day family reunion held at South Dakota State Game Lodge Custer, SD. The children, grandchil- dren and great grandchildren of Iris Marshall were all pres- ent. The aunts of Andrea Marshall, daughter of Gregory and Diane, held a bridal shower in her honor at the Barn Theater at the lodge. Randall and Elizabeth Swan, Coralyn Comnick, Iris Marshall and Jacob Comnick of Willmar were Sunday afternoon dinner guests of Steve and Priscilla Comnick. Westbrook Class of 1978 On Saturday July 20th the Westbrook High School Class of 78 held their 35 Year Reunion. It started at the Old High School and moved to Jeff Lamb's place after dark for a BBQ. We appre- ciate the teachers who stopped by, Mrs. Rachuy, Mr. DeBates and Mr. Kjorness. It was a pleasant surprise to see them and your classmates all in the school again. Those attending includ- ed: Back vow from left: Jeff Jensen, Lynn (Roby) Swanson, Jeff Lamb, (B.W. Wiecks), Vickie (Cohrs) Gleason, Lynelle (Noomen) Lanoue, Kris (Tostengard) Michel, Greg Madson. Front row: Dennis Bloch, Vern Bass, Adam Rachuy, Mark Shaw, Steve Jensen. Submitted photo See a speciatist here at home Anthony Rupp, MD Nephro[ogist CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 Endoscopy Joseph Wittett, MD Orthopedics JoyceTarbet, MD Cardiotogy KeUySteffen, DO General. Surgery Efithimios Bakalakos, MD Traci Kruse, MD Nephrotogy Anthony Rupp, MD Podiatry JeffreyWienke, DPM Adult Psychiatry Danhong Zhao, MD Chitd Psychiatry Steven Cochran, MD For more information, cart 1507} 274-6121. sanfordwestbrook,org By Digger Phelps As we rum the comer into August, the events at Rolling Hills begin the "pick up". These include the men's senior open on August 5 and the Ladies Hospice/Cancer Tourney on August 6. The youth tournament has been moved to August 8, with the "Glow Ball" 4 person scram- ble set for Friday, August 16. Call the clubhouse for any information about any of these events. Men's league is entering the third week of the sec- ond half with some very tight races. Standings are as fol- lows: Early #1 - Haar/Olson 36 I D2; Kjomess/Dibble 35 1D2 Early #2 - Teichrow/ Erickson 39; Erickson/ Bakken 31 1 2 Intermediate - Barker/Polk 36; Timm/Skarupa 35 12 The winners of the first half of the 5-lady league were the team of Jan Lindaman, Mary L. Anderson, Lori Amundson, Dawn Byers, and Julie Jurrens. Leading the two lady league as of July 23 were Mary Leonard and Sue Chapman with 31 points. Appreciation to Jim and Warren Dibble for all their work on leveling the dredged dirt along hole #2. If you're in the market for any antique golf balls, wait for the first thunderstorm, and they should be readily available!! Quote of the week: "Every golfer can expect to have four bad shots a round. When you do, just put them out of your mind." ........................... Walter Hagen Keep your head down, and we'll see you on the course!! HelpxWant00 erwriter/Customer Service Re 3resentative - Apply in person at: Westbrook Mutual Insurance Company 313 America Street Storden, MN 56174 212595 Free Workshop Wills, Trusts, LLCs and More Presented by Attorney Pat Lowther Call 651-216-1440to reserveyourspot Monday, August 5 1:00-3:00 PM at Community Center, Westbrook, MN How to do this: And avoid these: -Transfer your farm to the - Probate next generation - Death Taxes - Treat family members fairly - Nursing Home - Plan for your long-term Expenses i care PAT LOWTHER LAW, PLC Sleepy Eye, MN Take dare of Your Future.