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TRIBUNE Community LANCES IN THE PAST were about 76 in Minnesota attendance. TEN YEARS where he will be staying for AGO the next school year while attending Westbrook High August 24, 1994 School as part of the Y.F.U. Hannan, a teacher WWG High School Exchange Program. A crowd of about 200 came the 1984 Teaching to see 49 horses run in sev- Institute at the eral races at the ighwater Shakespeare Library Creek Suicide Race. Among D.C. June 28 local winners were James 28. Marshall and Lonnie Ewy of the-WWG FFA both of Westbrook ter volunteered their to Me adowlands COOp in apprecia- THIRTY YEARS for all the favors AGO has done for August 22, 1974 Rueben Rupp, who farms ' Area Boosters soft- south of Westbrook esti- team placed 2nd at the mates about a 50 percent Creek Tournament loss on his beans after golf- at Walnut Grove. ball size hail hit the area team was defeated by last Sunday. A more severe Shop, a team from storm hit the FuldaJ Dundee Grove. area at about the same time. In that area, some fields YEARS were flattened and wiped AGO out for a 100% loss. New teachers for the year August 23, 1984 at Westbrook schools are: children of Mr. and Linda Dethloff, Jr. English Leslie Nelsen honored and Journalism, Dennis parents on their 50th Phelps, Sr. High English, anniversary with Drama and Assistant foot- open house held at ball coach; Nyla Rolland, Lutheran Church in Business Ed, Jr. High on Sunday, English; Robert Goheen, 12. Instrumental music and Peres of summer band; Constance Brazil, arrived at Berg, Remedial Reading, Dale Vosberg home Grades 1-3. WESTBROOK NEWS 274-6136 the presentation of Gypsy at and Eunice the Okoboji Summer spent Thursday Theatre Friday afternoon. Saturday a week Thursday afternoon the at the home of Christie Trinity Lutheran Miriam Warren Wicks in Circle met at the Janice IA. The Wiggins' home. Those ns and Wickses attending were Dorothy attended the Iowa State Kleven, LaVonne Ennenga, Friday. Gwen Anderson, Caroline morning visitors Sondergaard, Evelyn Bernice Bashans were Jensen, Evelyn  Madsom Schoenenberger. Signe Pederson. Bernice and Lizzie of Windom. Bashans and Delores was their dinner Amundson gave the lesson. Callers during the week of and Wendell Bernice Bashans were Brookings, SD, Etmice Rupp, Jane Schultz at the Caesar andWanda Brandt. home after having Ron and Eunice their twin grandchil- Christensen spent Thursday and Nate and Deb through Saturday at the Mpls., on Sunday home of Paul and Cathie Maeyaert in Maplewood. On and Eunice their way home they had spent Tuesday noon lunch with Marlys at the home of Jorgenson and her son, Myron and Florence Larry, in Mankato. Then in Pequot Lakes. they all visited Lyle also attended a 25th Jorgenson who is presently a of Summer resident in the Mankato Workshops held House Nursing Home recov- teachers of ABE (Adult ering from an illness. Education) at Breezy Kent and Marilyn Bigbee, Resort on Wednesday Mankato, were Wednesday She was among for- visitors of Olga Erickson en Training Facilitators route to Lake Shetek for a were honored with a few days. and banquet for Clarence and Leora Hass service to the MN were visitors of Gerry Training Network Anderson Thursday evening. the last 25 years. The family of Erma Kuehl of Westbrook Red gathered at the Westbrook enjoyed going to see Community Center Sunday. Jim and Alison Marshall and children, Marshall, Steve and Priscilla Comnick and sons and Vernice Gertner were Wednesday supper guests of Iris Marshall. Leo and Roe Ann Vosberg were Wednesday visitors of Huldrich and Isabel Nibbe. Jan Van Maasdam returned to her home in Pasadena, CA, Thursday after spending a month with her mother Leona Van Maasdam. Marilyn Bigbee, Mankato, and Olga Erickson visited residents at the Good Samaritan Center Thursday. Opal Parker, Marion Anderson, Eldora Buchholz and Ruth Anderson were Tuesday evening visitors of Betty Natterstad. Grace Osland and Roger and Marian Kopperud shared dinner Wednesday with Aletha Winseth, Lamberton. Randall and Elizabeth Swan, Shoreview, were weekend guests of Iris Marshall. Michael and Deb Engler, Marshall, took Isabel Nibbe to Sioux Falls Friday to visit Huldrich Nibbe at Sioux Valley Hospital. LaVonne Hanson was a visitor Sunday of Olga Erickson. Bud and Lorraine Carlson attended a family reunion Saturday in New Ulm. Samuel, Julia and Kate Marshall, Marshall, spent the weekend at the Steve and Priscilla Comnick home. Joining them for dinner Saturday were Randall and Elizabeth Swan, Shoreview, Greg Marshall and Daniel, Dana Comnick and Iris Marshall. Clarence and Verna Engler and Linda Lang and Aaron, Marshall, took Isabel Nibbe to Sioux Valley Hospital S]jnday to visit Huldrich Nibbe. Perry Zieske was a Sunday evening caller of Isabel. Cancer memorials The Cottonwood County Unit of The American Cancer Society acknowl- edges memorials in memory of: Gayle Fitzhenry, Olga Ha[land, Edith Arndt, Betty Grams, Deane Harvey, Verona Herbst, "Friends in Westbrook'. Gifts and memorials are an investment in the American Cancer Society's lifesaving cancer awareness programs, research projects, and services to cancer patients and their families. Memorial gifts may be brought in or sent to: Marilyn Wahl, 608 3rd Ave., Windom, MN 56101. rabies THANK YOU! "" would like to thank everyone who came to celebrate with for their 100th Centennial. Also to those who donateo money or time towards making our days very successful. Bassett Ref.- Donated Beer Wagon Bob & Shells Leonard Olive Oanes Elmer and Mavis Anderson Double "M" Ranch Luther and Janice Noomen Steal Supply Doris - Christmas basket Westbrook Mutual Insurance Helen, Vonnie, Ruby - Quilts Melissa Grams Assoc. Tri-Town Plumbing Currie State Bank Tracy Bank South Zens Hardware Scoffing Sanitation Matt, Alan, Butch, Bob, Volleyball Courts JoAnn - T-Shirts Mardella - City Banners & Candles Bernie - Tractor Pull Dovray Headlights 4-H - Painting Games Judy Weinzetl - Taxi Service United Prairie Bank (Slayton) Alberta Hovde Knakmuhs Insurance Meadowland Coop State Farm Insurance Storden Feed & Chemical Tracy Publishing Kvllhaug & Son Pioneer- Mike Hess Thrlvent Prairie Grain Partners Merrill Wahl If we have anyone, It Is not Intentional. Mike & Maury - Spraying Janica & Mary Ann - Museum John & Arlene - Door Prizes & Midwest Supply NAPA Ruppert Oil Minnwest Bank Fulda Firemen - Beer Garden Archer Daniels Midland Schwans Area Wednesday, August 25, 2004 Page 9 cases on the rise The MN board of Animal Health has seen a substantial increase of ani- mal rabies cases in the last month. Due to this rise, the Board is reminding people to vaccinate their pets for rabies and avoid contact with any domestic or wild animals that are acting abnormally. Since July 1, 2004, the Board has confirmed 23 pos- itive animal rabies cases across the state. So far, the state has seen 50 rabies cases in 2004. In 2003, there were 49 cases of rabies in MN. Recent cases have resulted in multiple people being exposed to rabies. Animal and pet owners can reduce the risk of their animals contracting rabies by: vaccinating animals; not feeding wild or stray ani- mals; not approaching wild, stray or unfamiliar animals; reporting wild animals that are showing abnormal behavior (aggression, fear- lessness, or otherwise acting out of character) and all stray animals to local ani- mal control officers. These animals can spread rabies; If you animal contacts a wild animal, especially a skunk or a bat, report it to your veterinarian or the Board of Animal Health at 651-296- 2942; Animals too young to be vaccinated (less that 12 weeks old) should be housed away from stray and wild animals. If you are bitten by an animal, contact your physi- cian and the MN Department of Health at 612-676-5414 or toll free at 1-877-676-5414. For more intbrmation on rabies and a map showin the location of rabie (:ase. log onto the Board's website at www.bah.state.mn.us. Human rabies information can be viewed on the MDH website at www.health.state.mn.us. Pool repair WESTBROOK -- City employees Jeff Christians and Alan Wahl have been busy making repairs on the city swimming pool. The pool had to close early due to leaks. Above Christians held one of the damaged fittings which they were replacing Monday morning. i To all who came or helped with the Oovray Centennial: The City of Dovray celebrated its Centennial - 1904-2004 on July 10th and 11th. It was sport- sored by the Dovray Area Boosters and we feel that it was a great success. We wanted to make it a gift to all as much as we could so almost everything was free except the food. We went to thank all who attended and all those who worked to make it a success. We provided free entertainment - The Emerald TKIe and Kuipepper County, the free carriage rides and games for tots. Luther and Janice Tostengard lined up the beautiful carriage for the rides. " Thanks to Matt Jackels and Alan Huset for constructing the two volleyball courts and the tournament. It was a well attended, well planned, fun addition to our celebration. Thanks to the firemen for all their work. The Diet Club ran the Fish Pond and the E)ny Dumplings had well over 200 fishers for treasures. Jane Weis, Mardella Olson and LuAnn Jackels painted the park equipment and It was very busy. We must thank the media for the coverage before end all the neat pictures which will go into the history and scrapbooks all over. Thanks to Junior Severson who lined up and ran a One Man Root Beer Float stand. Good weren't they? Schwans donated the ice cream until we ran out and did a run for more. The firemen manned the beer garden which was a very busy place. And they say Norwegians only drink coffee. Dorothy Lien and Judy Weinzetl organized the Flea Market. Neat. Judy Weinzetl put together a taxi service with five or six golf cars and they were busy. A lady from Heron Lake put up a food stand which was a busy, nice addition. Jane Wals orgahized the food and helpers for the D.A.B. concession stand. Steve and Sue Johnson did a great job getting the parade going with well over 100 units. Thanks to John Stutz for announcing the parade. Always nice to see the politicians take time to be in the parade. And it was nice to see many former Miss Dovray girls as well the the present Miss Dovray Ashley Hansen in the parade. The 4-H had a Ring Toss game and lots of winners of a liter of pop. Sheila and Bob Leonard sold food for the dance. Peggy Klasse had a fun Pet Show and it was fun to see little kittens and other animals with ribbons around their necks. Great. Pam Barry put together a "Games for Tots" and was overwhelmed with customers. Ruby Yochem, Helen Iverson, and Vonnie Hollingsworth were in charge of making, displaying and selling tickets on two lovely quilts. The rose cross stitch was won by Eiouise Busswitz and the Dovray Business Quilt was won by Bntta Kolve and she said she was giving it to her Grandmother - Wally Hager in Seattle. Bob Olson and Shannon Cohrs put in two Horse Shoe games and they were busy. Derek, Denise, Dwayne Eichner and Dan McClellan ran a popular 3 on 3 basketball tournament. Arlene and John Lindquist put up posters all over and collected door prizes. Wesley Lindstrom arranged the nearest Old and Unique Tractor display. We also lined up Friday and Saturday night all night guards. Luther Tostengard was respon- sible for the Old Car Display. Some were in the parade. Janice Tostengard and Mary Ann Vosberg opened a place in the church for a museum. Many brought old pictures and things and we old relics really enjoyed it. It was nice Pare Sundahl was a clown in the parade. Maury and Mike Kuehl sprayed the park I- for mosquitoes. JoAnn Shaw ordered and sold many, many T-Shirts. T-Tommy catered the supper with over 550 dinners. The 4-H painted the Back Drop and the stage. Very pretty. Mardella Olson made 9 street signs - they are still up for memories. Bob and Butch put them up. Very Rachuy drew resemblances of old Dovray and made them up into notes and frameable pictures. They are still for sale in the Cafe till gone. Nice keepsake. Pastor Meiba Smith organized an Ecumenical Church service for the park. But it rained hard Sunday morning so it was held in the Church. The new Queen Ashley Hansen was formally pre- sented her crown by former queen Natalie Hansen, her sister. The scholarships were awarded to Michal Barrle and Jordan Dibble. Then a huge potluck dinner was served. In the afternoon Bernie Schlichte and helpers put together a Tractor Pull. Neat. There was also free bingo in the park with some nice prizes. What this letter is all about is that we are so happy that it was well attended, and so many people worked herd and seemed to enjoy doing it. A deputy walked around. We only had one fight. Two four year oids wanted the slide at the same time. They settled it themselves. If we missed any- one, it was unintentional. We are just so happy that it went so well. We are thankful. The Dovray Area Boosters - Dolores Schmitt, President i O