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SENTINEL TmBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, August 31, 2011 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES September 5-9, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrnnk Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Labor Day Tuesday: Meatloaf, scal- loped potatoes, carrots, strawberry bavarian cream, bread, milk Wednesday: Stuffed baked potatoes, broccoli, bar, bread, milk Thursday: Chicken breast, fresh fruit, pea & cheese WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook; mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at EO. Box 98; or sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137 or by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppub.€om. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Arden and Marion Swan and Thomas, Tracy and Iris Marshall attended the grooms dinner for Adam Swan and Kimberly Sovereign on Friday at Oaks Steakhouse in Decorah, IA. The marriage took place at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Cresco, IA at three Sunday afternoon. The reception was held at the Cresco Country Club. Other Marshall family attending Search for Mrs. Cottonwood salad, 00'ostedcake, bun, milk County Friday: Chicken chow mein, gelatin/pineapple, announced sugar cookie, bread, milk For reservations call Angle at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. were: Dennis and Rebecca Connolly, St. Paul, Dennis and Kathleen Thompson, Max and Katharine Carlson, and Allison Kone, Rapid City, SD, Gregory and Diane Marshall, Michael and Daniel, Joseph and Nichole Swan, Sioux Falls, SD, Jeffrey and Debrah Marshall, Salt Lake City, James and Alison Marshall, Julia and Katie, Marshll, David and Marilyn Wolfe, Chicago and Steve and Priscilla Comnick and Mitchell. Adam is the grandson of Iris Marshall GLANCES IN THE PAST Applications are being accepted for the title of Mrs. Cottonwood County! Mrs. Cottonwood County will have the honor of repre- senting her county at the Mrs. Minnesota pageant, which will be held at "Ritsche Auditorium", March 10 & 11, 2012 in St. Cloud, MN. The woman chosen as "Mrs. Cottonwood County" will become an ambassador from the Cottonwood County area and will receive the official title and sash!!! The woman chosen as Mrs. Minnesota will receive a prize package worth $7,000 and the chance to represent Minnesota at the "2012" Mrs. International Pageant in July. The American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" is the Official char- ity of the Mrs. Minnesota pageant and receives a por- tion of the Minnesota pag- eant's proceeds. To learn more visit www.goredfor- women.org Competitions in the pag- eant are: personal interview, aerobic wear and evening gown. (There are no talent or swimsuit competitions) County honored Art Kuehl. and his wife Erma, with a party and supper at the Dovray Manor for his 57 years of service to the town- ship. Supporters of the Red Rock Chargers got together Monday evening for a pot- luck supper, a tug-o-war, and a scrimmage to kick off the new season. THIRTY YEARS AGO For married women living in Cottonwood County that are interested in applying; Write for a bin-form: MRS. MINNESOTA, International Pageant, P.O. Box 240537, Apple Valley, MN 55124-0537 Or an online application can be filled out on our website:www.mrsminnesota. corn Or call for information: (952)432-6758 fax: (952)953-3896 Email: pagunltd@frontiernet.net TEN YEARS AGO August 29, 2001 Last Saturday the Chargers participated in a 4-team scrimmage against Southwest Star Concept, Edgerton, and Alden Conger. The Charger defense looked in mid-season form, making solo and gang tackles. Last Tuesday, August 21, marked the end of another good golfing year for the ladies of Rolling Hill Golf Club, when they hosted their Ladies Club Tournament. Thirty ladies participated. Tammy Fishel walked away with the Club Championship honors, with the Dale Vosberg family and attending school at TWENTY Westbrook under the foreign YEARS AGO exchange program. Carl's Sporting Goods August 28, 1991 opened in Windom August Sunday afternoon Andrew 24. Located on Hwy. 71 near Haar, son of Roger and Deb Dairy Queen, the new busi- Haar, received his Eagle ness is owned and operated Scout Award at Grace by Carl Nordquist. Lutheran Church. Andy This year's Hospital Days earned 21 merit badges, celebration was a huge suc- along with several service cess according to the com- projects culminated with a mittee. The event brought in project building out house $12000, with the big money facilities at Double Lake. makers named as Hee Haw, The Des Moines River Auction, and food stand. Township Board of Murray 0 0 • • • • • • • • • • • 0 0 • Sentinel Tribune Tip Line • If you see news happening or have • a story idea call our News Tip • • Line. • • 274-6136 or • • 1-800-410-1859 • Due to staff limitations we may not • r • always be able to respond to your tips o • ideas. However we will do our best to • give every call full regard. • Thank you for your help and consideration. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • STOP BY AND SEE OUR TREASURES . ,/!iii!;:iiiiiiiii!i Lots of furniture, antique dishes etc. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! Pam & Brian Busswitz's Farm ...... ' 2.5 miles west of Westbroook, MN 601f Corner By Digger Phelps The weekend cooperated weather-wise and fifty-two men competed in the Rolling Hills Club Tournament. Mike Timm captured the men's championship for the first time. Mike's 36 hole score was 151 followed closely by Steve Severson with a 152 and Matt Hansen and Scott Huebert who both shot 154. Other flight winners were Aaron Theisen in the President's Flight; John Amundson in the First Flight, Scott Ruppert in the Second Flight; Craig Jans in the Third Flight; and Howard Erickson in the Fourth Flight. Appreciation to all of the gentlemen who competed over the weekend. With only one week left in the men's leagues there are several very tight races. Leaders are as follows: Early League 1 - Haar- Herding 91-1/2 Early League 2 - Beckman- Vosberg 92 Intermediate League Ross-Theisen 94-1/2 Generally play drops off significantly after school starts, but there are still two events to be held in the com- ing weeks with the 3-person scramble set for Saturday, September 10; and the 4-per- son set for Sunday, September 18. Call the clubhouse or come out to sign up. Please be sure that all members have some sort of handicap for these events. As the weather gets signifi- cantly cooler and the days get Shorter, remember that there are still lots of great days to play. It might be a good idea to always have more than one person, though, as the leaves are beginning to make find- ing a ball very difficult in some spots. Quote of the week - "Even if you aren't having an extra good day, always count your blessings. Be thankful you are able to be out on a beauti- ful course. Most people in the world don't have that opportunity." Fred Couples Keep your head down, and we'll see you on the course!! From left: John Amundson, First Flight winner; Mike Timm, cham- pion winner; Aaron Theisen, President's Flight winner. Submitted photo August 27, 1981 00aquez f om W.ould be pet owners Bogota, Columbia arrived in Westbrook a week ago and 1 will spend the year staying nlpped by scams Even pet sellers risk get- ring bitten Pet lovers seeking new canine companions are often surprised, and some- times discouraged, to dis- cover how expensive a purebred puppy or dog can be. Purebreds can cost any- where from hundreds to thousands of dollars, not including veterinary, ship- ping and pedigree costs. That's why the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) is cautioning consumers to watch out for classified ads offering pure- bred puppies for free or at prices that seem too good to be true. Earlier this month a clas- sifted ad ran in Penny Savers USA, an online por- tal for online classifieds and coupons, offering free Yorkshire terrier puppies - a breed that typically sells for $250-$2,000 apiece. The advertiser was listed as hav- ing locations in Minneapolis and Duluth. The consumer who reported this question- able ad to the BBB also stated that when she emailed the advertiser to express interest in adopting a puppy, they assured her they would cover all fees. However, shortly afterwards, when she received an email stat- ing that the breeders were at the airport ready to ship the puppies but needed $170 for "ownership transfer," she suspected the offer was a seam - and she was right. Puppy seams often hook people with offers of free puppies, collect money for bogus fees, such as shipping or 'ownership transfer,' and then never deliver the adver- tised puppies or dogs. Many of these seams originate in Africa, especially Cameroon. This May a stu- dent in Minnesota lost over $1,000 to one of these seams when they tried to purchase a puppy online. The busi- ness listed itself as having a Minneapolis address but was actually operating out of Cameroon. In some cases people sell- ing a puppy or dog are at risk of becoming the victim of a seam. An individual who placed an ad in the Duluth News Tribune to sell puppies contacted the BBB recently to report that they had been contacted by a scammer. The email the seller received from the scammer, who claimed to be hearing impaired and only able to communicate through text or email, was rife with grammatical errors, and offered to send "a certi- fied check or money" to cover the cost of the dog plus shipping costs. The scammer instructed the sell- er to cash the check imme- Wedding dance : honoring Catherine ::::i:: (Gundermann) and i. Michael Olsem will be held Saturday, September 10, 2011 at the Westbrook Community Center. diately, deduct the sale price and send the amount of the shipping fee to "the head ' office of the company that handles shipment via Western Union." Had the seller followed those instructions, they would have discovered the check was no good and they would have been out the shipping fees they had inadvertently wired to the scammer. The BBB offers the fol- lowing tips to avoid seams when you're looking to adopt or sell a pet: *Beware of ads with mul- tiple misspellings and gram- matical errors; many pet seams come from overseas, particularly Africa, so scam- mers usually do not have a good grasp on the English language. *When selling a pet, never deal with people who offer to send you a check for more than the requested amount under the conditions that you wire the extra money back to them or any of their affiliates, such as deliverers or handlers. A good rule to follow is never wire money to people you don't know. *If purchasing a pedi- greed pet, be sure the breed- er provides documentation of the parents' registration with the American Kennel Club. This ensures that the pet is in fact a legitimate pure-bred animal. It is then your responsibility to regis- ter your pet with the American Kennel Club. *After purchasing a pure- bred pet, keep all paperwork including receipts, proof of registration and proof of parents' registration. *Bring all pets to see a veterinarian immediately for an independent exami- nation, any necessary shots, and to establish a baseline for later health care. *When purchasing from a pet store, be sure to ask for a detailed history of the pet's origin. Unfortunately, some pet stores supply from unsafe and inhumane puppy mills. *The Humane Society offers healthy pets for free, but keep in mind that previ- ous ownership may influ- ence a pet's demeanor. Some adopted pets have been subject to abuse, neglect, or poor condition- ing. Be prepared to commit time and patience to helping your new pet adjust to his/ her home. Approximately 69.88 acres of tillable, fertile farm ground in Cottonwood County. - PROPERTY DESCRIPTION - South half of southeast quarter of section 31 in Westbrook Township. Sale will be by sealed bids. - Deadline- Deadline to receive bids is September 7th, 2011 at 3pro at the law office of Frank Nielson 336 Morgan Street Tracy, MN 56175. For additional information call 507-626-0773 or 507-532-2587 228879