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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, September 4, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR SERVICES WESTBROOK NEWS September 4-11, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Lasagna, lettuce, green beans Thursday: Chicken, mashed potatoes, corn Friday: Beef stew, bis- cuit Monday: Turkey, mashed potatoes, carrots Tuesday: Cheese burger, pea/cheese salad Wednesday: Chicken salad, fruit, muffin Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle 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. GLANCES 1N THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO September 2, 1998 The activity staff at the Senior Home in Westbrook welcomes Nancy Bums as an activity aide. Karl Ourada is changing careers, but will help as a substitute. Tuesday, August 18, was another sad day for many local Catholics as the build- ing which was once St. Augustines Catholic Church, Jeffers, was intentionally burned. The former parishio- ners had voted to have the building burned rather than to sell it. THIRTY YEARS AGO September 1, 1983 The Westbrook School Board approved four new teacher contracts at their meeting last week -- Frank Ocasio will teach llth and 12th English and Drama; Connie Knott will teach vocal music; Christine Stromquist will be teaching first grade, and Lon Anderson is the new instrumental band instructor. Jim Klasse, owner of Klasse Sales and Service recently received an award for Distinguished Achievement and Service from Ford Motor company. Volunteer workers, teach- ers, school board members, and many sports enthusiasts from the community worked last week to install a chain- link fence around the tract at the school. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO September 5, 1968 Featured speaker at this years' King Turkey Day cel- ebration in Worthington will be Gay. Nelson Rockefeller of New York. Merlyn Hubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hubin of Westhrook was named FFA Grand Champion Overall with his Brown Swiss dairy cow at the Region 6 Livestock Show at the Cottonwood County Fair. Wayne Spielman received a 2nd place on his SpoRed Poland China, and his Yorkshire Gilt. Mrs. Elton Schneider had a happy smile on her face last week as she accepted a check for $100 from Marlin Schmidt of H & M Farm Store. Mrs. Schneider won the money in a tic-tac-toe game sponsored by the store. 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. Howard Nelson and Iris Marshall attended the funeral for Robert Jensen at St. Paul's Lutheran church Monday morning in Granite Falls. WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES September 9-13, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Hamburgers/fix- ins, chips, BLT salad, canta- loupe Tuesday: Roast pork, mashed potatoes/gravy, car- rots, Tiramisu-toffee torte Wednesday: Stroganoff/ noodles, squash, biscuits, Jell-O Thursday: Chicken stir fry, frog eye salad, ranch wedges, pound cake/straw- berries Friday: Brats, potato salad, baked beans, pie For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. BY SEALED BIDS Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. Storclen Community Center- Storclen, MN (Located across the street from First Security Bank) Sealed Bids (with the privilege of increasing same) will be received by Medyn Anderson, Attorney at Law, either by delivering the bids or mailing the bids to his office at 2538 Broadway Avenue, Slayton, MN 56172 so the bids are received by 5 P.M. on September 11. Bidders can also submit sealed bids from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on September 12 at the Storden Community Center to Merlyn Anderson or the personal representative of the estate, Robert Gass, who will both be at the Storden Community Center at that time and date. All bids will be opened at 1:30 p.m. on September 12 and bidders will be allowed to increase their bid at that time. Bidding Process: Bidders can submit sealed bids in the following manner. 1. Land only 2. Building site only 3. Combined land and building site bid Legal Description of Land: NWl/4NWl/4 & E1/2 NWl/4, less 7.5 acre building site, all in Section 19, Amo Town- ship, Cottonwood County, Minnesota containing 112.77 acres of which 111.69 are tillable. The land has a 65.2 bushel corn base with a 115 bushel direct yield & 134 bushel CC corn yield.. The land has a 39.4 bushel soybean base with a 11S bushel direct yield and a 39 bushel CC soybean base with a 115 bushel direct yield and 39 bushel CC soybean yield. The land has a very attractive topography, shows good farm practice during past years & currently shows a very good com crop. The building site is excluded and is being sold by separate bids. The land is being rented and the successful bidder will be permitted to come on the land and prepare the land for the 2014 crop year after the 2013 crop has been harvested. Bids for the land should be submitted on 112.77 acres. Building Site: The building site consisting of 2.5 acres adjacent to the south boundary of county Road No. 56 has been surveyed and the boundaries are clearly marked. It consists of a nice two-story house with 3 bedrooms and a hallway upstairs and a downstairs bedroom, bathroom, dining room, kitchen, front entryway and a nice attached 2-car garage with an inside door from the house to the garage and a separate large machine shed. The property is connected to rural water and the wells have been capped. The septic system is being upgraded to meet Cottonwood County specifications. Stanley Egenes had planned to make this his retirement home. Taxes and Rent:. Taxes due & payable in 2013 will be paid by Seller. Taxes due and payable in 2014 will be paid by Buyer. The total non-homestead taxes due and payable in 2013 are $3,884.00. The Seller will receive the 2013 cash renL Terms on Land and Building Site: A 10% non-refundable earnest money payment on both tracts immediately af- ter the auction. Buyers will be required to sign Purchase Agreements immediately after the auction. Balances due and payable on the land and building site will be due on the date of closing, which both shall be on or befure November 1st, 2013. Possession will be given on the date of closing. Updated Abstracts of Title will be provided Buyers. Location from Sterden, MN: From the junction of Hwy 30 and County Road 5 (Shady Drive Inn is directly north across the highway), then 4 miles south on County Road 5 to the junction of county Road 5 and County Road 56, then west approximately 3/4ths of a mile. Land and building site are on south side of road. The address of the property is 37307 350th Avenue- Storden, MN. Seller's attomey or representative will be at the Shady Drive Inn at Storden to meet potential buyers and take them on a tour of the property at 1 p.m. on Sunday, September 1st, Sunday, September 8th, and from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the sale day, September 12th. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any irregula~ies in the bidding, and to accept bids in any manner seller determines to be in the seller's best interest Seller is representing the Stanley A. Egenes estate in these transactions. Announcements made at the auction take precedence over any and all advertising pertaining to this auction. Questions may be directed to: Merlyn Anderson, 2538 Broadway Avenue - Slayton, MN 56172 Phone No. (507) 836-6060 STANLEY A. EGENES ESTATE Merlyn Anderson, Attorney for the Estate 212721 Auxiliary Post 267 Board 2013-2014 Walnut Grove Legion Auxiliary Post 267 Board from Left: Marlys Pemble, President; Pat Hansen, Treasurer; Karla Pemble, 2nd Vice; June Tietz, Governing Member; Kris Tietz, 1st Vice; Rennae Krentz, Chaplain; Gloria Doubler, Governing Member. Not pictured: Lucille Bruns, Sergeant at Arms; Stephanie Burnham, Secretary. The Walnut Grove American Legion Auxiliary Post 267 meets September - May the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. If you are interested in becoming a member please contact Pat Hansen 859-2581. Submitted photo Sanford Westbrook Medical Center recognized for efforts to protect patients from influenza 97 percent of facility's employees received influenza vaccination in 2012-13 Sanford Westbrook Medical Center was among 177 hospitals and nurs- ing homes from around the state recognized today by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) for achiev- ing high influenza vaccina- tion rates among the facility's employees during the 2012- 13 flu seasons. More than 69 of Sanford Westbrook Medical Center employees, representing 99 percent of staff, received influenza vaccinations dur- ing the past season of the Minnesota FluSafe program. The facility received a blue COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Greetings to all from the tenants and staff at Country View Senior Living Community! The hot, sultry weather has had most of us confined to indoors. There have been a few tenants brav- ing the outdoors on the new walking path that was installed, but only a few! This week the tenants have participated in BINGO, PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, SkipBo, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, the bus down- town Walnut Grove, Phase 10, blood pressure readings, arts and crafts and on Friday there will be weight checks and Bible study on Wednesday, Rummy on Thursday and Friday will be solitaire frenzy and "green day." The regular calendar of activities will also take place each morning. Assisted living week is September 8-14th. There will be many special activi- ties planned with winners each day. We are also look- ing forward to Active Aging Week, which is September 22-28th. We will be promot- ing an active life-style for the tenants and guests with spe- it was "tie day". Friday was cial activities. also the day that we shared That's the news from the childhood photos and memo- country. Have a great week! ties. Coming up next week ribbon and certificate of achievement from Minnesota MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS Health Commissioner Edward Ehlinger for its efforts. The FluSafe program aims to get 100 percent of all health care personnel at hospitals and nursing homes in Minnesota, except those with medical exemptions, vaccinated against influenza each season. According to state health officials, unvac- cinated health care workers can pass highly contagious influenza to their patients, many of whom are at high risk for complications from influenza. "Our patients' health is our first priority. Protecting them from influenza just makes sense," said Stacy Barstad, CEO Sanford Westbrook Medical Center. "We also want all of our employees to be as healthy as possible during flu season. We will be working hard in the coming years to improve our influ- enza vaccination rate among employees." "We're extremely pleased with the number of facili- ties that participated in the program this year," said Kristen Ehresmann, direc- tor of the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Prevention and Control Division at MDH. "We're making progress in getting more health care workers vaccinated. Even among those facilities that didn't reach 70 percent, many showed significant improve- ment in their coverage rates." Under the FluSafe pro- gram, health care facilities receive guidance and access to tools and promotional materials from MDH and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help them increase their rates. The facilities record and document their vaccinations through MDH's electronic immunization information system (MIIC). More information on the FluSafe program, including a list of the 2012-13 facilities earning blue, red and white ribbons, can be found on the MDH web site at mdhflu. com. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO September 2, 1998 Milroy Public Schools received statewide accolades for how well the district 8th graders scored in achieve- ment test earlier this year. Milroy is one of 26 school districts honored by the MN Dept. of children Families and Learning and the MN Academic Excellence Foundation. The schools' were cited for high test score averages, achieved in 8th grade math and reading tests. Sunday Beatrice Maeyaert, Alta Arnold, and Shirley Lorenz attended the 40th anniversary of Don and Sally Peterson, Dovray. THIRTY YEARS AGO September 1, 1983 Only one new instructor has signed on for the 1983-84 school year in the Walnut Grove schools. Regina Meidl Roemhildt has been hired as part-time instrumental music instructor for the elementary and high school. Total enrollment at the Walnut Grove schools this fall is 306. One hundred fit- ty-four are enrolled in GR K-6, with 145 in GR 7-12. After more than 30 years of correspondence with Evelyn Phillips in Wales, Elaine Knott had the pleasure of meeting her pen pal face-to- face and get acquainted with her on a personal basis. Evelyn and her husband Leslie have been visiting in the Knott home for the past 3 weeks. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO September 5, 1968 A total of five hundred ninety-one students are enrolled this year in K-12, compared with 577 a year ago. Elementary enrollment is 268, and the high school is 283. A group of neighbor ladies had a housewarming for Mrs. Fred Nelson last Monday afternoon. Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday in the MN Primary election. Locally, there is a three-way race for Commissioner among Arnold Rasmussen of Vesta, Roy Syverson and Roman Zwach, both of Walnut Grove. Drop off items: Tues. Sept. lOth-Fri. Sept. 13th from 9 am-7 pm Sale starts on Tues., Sept. 17th-Sept. 20th from 9 am -7 pm and Sat Sept., 21st 9 am -3 pm $3 bag days are Fri. and Sat. Everything you can fit in a bag is $3. Please stop down at the fairgrounds and show your support. Big Big Bargains. ** Furniture will be accepted but must be in good condition** (We will not be accepting computers or televisions) 212717