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TRIBUNE ANCES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO 10, 1994 gained entrance Service by a window in the Tuesday night. and cigarettes ithe only things miss- youth and.2 adults Storden Baptist spent July 17-23 in TN helping to repair of the elderly, low- and disabled. They part of summer work- organized by GROUP CO. Hansen of let Salon offered visi- and coffee in cele- of her 15 years of and styling hair. YEARS AGO August 9, 1984 Klasse, of took second in the Jr. Division at County Fair Show with her vocal "lIy Favorite Merchant was Saturday morning when he lost control of his car, struck a field approach and ended up in a cornfield. He was taken to the hospi- tal, treated and released. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 8, 1974 Sixty area youth left Saturday morning to attend a MN Twins game in Bloomington. After rushing for their bus, eating their hot dogs in the stadium, they returned home without seeing the game. The game was called off because of rain. Daryl Swenhaugen was the winner of the $50 sav- ings bond given away by the Westbrook daycees as part of the contest during Hospital Days. The object of the "Car Freeze Contest was to guess how long a car could run without water and very little oil. The official time was 27 min., 9.1 sec, and Daryl guessed 27 min., 6 sec. Larry Peterson of Westbrook will be participat- ing in the state MN Teen Program activities in Morris on August 8-10. WESTBROOK NEWS 274-6136 afternoon Olga visitors were Giese and Fern Erickson-was a guest and Marflyn Bigbee, Wednesday and On Wednesday saw President Bush Thursday they were Shelling for Elizabeth funeral. Eliaheth 'in Harris, MN. Schmalz and grand- Lee, were callers of Anderson Thursday That evening and Leora Hass visitors of Gerry. Fowler and Gerry visitied Milford at the Good Center Sunday Iris Marshall, Hubin, Marlene and Laurie were in Mankato lunch guests of Mr. Steve Larson. evening Ryan Markette and Ariel visitors of Edna Hubin. Olsen was a afternoon visitor of and Huldrich Nibbe. Harder, Jackson, a Friday visitor of and Russell Rupp. afternoon. Eunice Rupp were visi- at the Roger and Cecilie home in Geary and chil- Greeley, CO, are visit- Kopperud for a few Roger and Marian Kopperud were Sunday guests of the Gordon Hedman's in Mankato and attended church with them at the Free Lutheran Church. The Kopperuds were dinner guests of the Hedman's. That afternoon Roger and Marian visited cousin Vivian Warner at the Mankato Lutheran Home. Joyce and Amanda Parsons, Greenville, SC, have been recent: visitors of Stanley and Ruth Madson. Other visitors include John arid Linda Madson, Chad and Curtis, Leo and Roe Ann Vosberg, Arnold Berntson, Mary Ann and Marlys Erickson, Arlene Erickson from Boston and Florence and Burdette Larson, Storden. Community Goring attended funeral of her uncle, W. Zimmerli, Tuesday in Jackson. Meet the CRNA By Robin Madson Meet Brian Peterson, CRNA, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for Tracy Area Medical Services, Westbrook Health Center and Murray County Hospital and Clinic. Peterson received his Masters Degree in Nurse Anesthesiology from Mayo School of Health Sciences, Rochester. As important as his job is, most people do not realize his roll in health care and insuring the safest surgical experience possible. As Peterson states, I want the public to understand that Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists provide over 65% of all anesthetics in the U.S. For more than 100 years, nurse anesthetists have been administering aqesthesia in all types of surgical cases, using all anesthetic techniques and practicing in every setting in which anesthesia is adminis- tered. So the logical question is: What does a CRNA actu- ally do? When preparing for a surgeD; Peterson evalu- ates the patient's health sta- tus prior to surgery or proce- dure and tailors the anes- thetic for that specific patient. Anesthesia could mean general anesthesia (totally asleep), or varying degrees of sedation and pain relief, or special nerve blocks. Peterson values this preparation time for the patient's benefit, and his own. I enjoy helping people understand what it is I will be helping them with. I want the patient to be fully informed about their anes- thesia and answer all ques- tions. According to Peterson, the challenge in doing this is the wide variety of ages and health statuses (which) always keeps me on my toes. Also, the scheduling can be difficult when covering three hospitals. Trends in the medical field show short term and chronic pain management as a burgeoning specialty field requiring incredible technol. ogy and ongoing education. Peterson advises those inter- ested in Anesthesiology to excel in math and especially science courses. Find a great Bachelor of Nursing pro- gram. I would advise any- body to find their niche in the health care field - it is wide open and exciting. Demand is rising given the aging baby boomer popula- tion. A word of advice to his patients would be: Find a way to stop smoking and start any program to increase your activity level, no matter what your age. Wednesday, August 11, 2004 Page 9 Fair time This carnival worker was catching up on his reading Friday afternoon at the Cottonwood County Fair. Storden firefighters receive grant U.S. Senator Mark Dayton announced recently that the Storden Department has been awarded a $130,000 federal grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office for Domestic Preparedness. The award, provided under the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, will improve the effectiveness of firefight- ing operations through the purchase of a new fire engine. First-responders are vital to our nation's security and to the well-being of small and large communities across MN, said Dayton. This federal grant will allow Storden firefighters to pur- chase much needed equip- ment which is necessary for them to be prepared for any emergency. The federal Assistance to Fire fighters Grant Program assists rural, urban, and suburban fire departments throughout the United States with prepar- ing for emergencies and responding to acts of terror- ism. CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS fun atmosphere for food and coffee Ioversl Murray County open Friday & Saturday nights-  .:  J: candlelight, good times. Wine & Beer served, iJ 4-H Calendar August 11 -- Pre-Fair Coffee Beans Roasted on-site/ .,- IDay$ clean up and set up of 4-H Exhibit Bldg, Eatstandand € B  C e Arena, 7p.m. L tl 8 In Walnut IBr©ve August 16 -- Pre-entry Day, 2-7 p.m., 4-H Exhibit 2600 Broadway Ave., Slayton, MN 507-836-6008 Building August 18-21 -- Murray County Fair August 23  Post fair clean up, 5:30 p.m., fair- grounds August 25 -- Murray County 4-H livestock exhibitors depart for state fair blood cells are destroyed and the kidneys fail. Pdlzker I P.A. reprelnts people injured by E. coil 0157:H7 and other illnesses. If you suffered a foodborne illness caused by E. coil may be entitled to valuable compensation. Call us for a free consultation about your case, or visit us on the web. 1-888-377-8900 www.folpoisoning.org SATURDAY, AUG. 14 - ] '   / $[]|!j ^ :00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. l Wednesday, AtLgust 18 In-Store Specials/ Serving 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Free Lemonade/ at Lamberton City Park Lunch specials at Nellie's Care (In case of inclement weather will be in church basement. |i ) Handicap accessible) |i_l t and Walnut Grove Liquor Store i All the corn you can eat off the cob, burger on home I1! -S'D'Doed r made bun, cole slaw, lots and lots of butter for the corn, | :!  r- I !j tomatoes, pickles, sauteed onions, beverages. $6.00 I!  Walnut Grove Community Extra burgers $2. Hot dogs available for the younger set. I! i ' ,...'' Club Retail Committee ''-: ........... ,,- 0157:H7 may cause serious foodborne injury illness.bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps. In someSympt°mSpersons, ..... ff     ll..,,... l1 children under 5 years of age ad the elderly, the infection cap a complication called Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, in which NNG Fall Musical ,,.. WIZARD STORDEN OF OZ 9 - 12 Tryouts Thursday, August 12 4:00p.m. F iday, 1lug " WE ARE A DIRECT LENDER! J r • " Monday, .P.,o.c,..,c.,.,., Serving 5:30 to 7:OO p.m e' ""-"-"--°'-°"' " FRE August 16 STORDEN CITY P/00RK at 12 Noon Serving hot dogs, baked beans, potato chips, ice cream & soft drink. CJCLWO. o "We're not in Live Music Entertainment Westbrook anymore!" Games for the children - Come & join the fun in Storden i i ..