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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, September 7, 2011 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Pauling - Hasch wedding WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES September 12-16, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Pork chop, augratin potatoes, peas, peaches, bread, milk Tuesday: Italian meat sauce, spaghetti, lettuce salad/dressing, cauliflower, garlic bread, pears, milk Wednesday: Hot meatloaf sandwich, mashed potatoes/ gravy, carrots, bread pud- ding, bread, milk Thursday: BBQ chicken, potato salad, green beans, strawberry shortcake, dinner roll, milk Friday: Taco salad, fruited gelatin, muffin, sherbet, milk For reservations call Angie 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. GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS and Twyla Hungerford of AGO Slayton were there also and Mrs. Rongstad accompanied September 5, 2001 them home on Monday. Steve Oakland, Fulda was on fire as he set a new record while securing the crown of THI RTY "Mens Club Champion" at YEARS AGO Rolling Hills Golf Club. September 3, 1981 Shelly Jean Pauling and the Marketing/ Principal Bill Richards New teachers at the Jeffery Myron Hasch were Communications department reviewed rules and policies Westbrook schools are married June 18, 2011, at at Affiliated Community for the high school students, Gordon Wolf, art instructor; Alexander Ramsey Park in Medical Centers in Marshall, along with announcement Mitch Abraham, Assistant Redwood Falls, MN. The MN. relating to classes and sched- Football Coach, Girls bride is the daughter of Alan The groom is employed as ules Monday morning before Basketball Coach, and teach- and Rosalyn Wahl of a Deputy Sheriff for Lyon the start of classes, ing Social classes; Lynn Westbrook, MN, The groom County. Nearly 500 Heartland Am&, Business Education, is the son of the late Mick and The couple lives in Marshall, Bank patrons enjoyed an eve- and Model Office classes. Ronnie Hasch. MN with their four children. ning of food and entertain- Representatives of an inde- The bride is employed in ment. The bank sponsored pendent oil company met the Whopper feed and the with are farmers Wednesday music of "Iron Creek", a night to explain the drilling TWO9-1 1 quartet of Nelson's from process and discuss leasing Westbrook. of their land. Thcompany v --,"resenra6 ons has been obtaining leasing TWENTY rightsin 11 countiesinsouth-emMN and northern IA, and planned at SMSU YEARS AGO has said they will be drilling September4, 1991 four oil wells in Jackson Radoslaw Rusek, son of County this fall. Two presentations to the new downtown Mr. and Mrs. Jozef Rusek, The VFW and Legion revolving around the 10th Memorial Park that will be Westbrook, is among a record donated new flags to the ele- anniversary of the 9-11 christened on Sept. 11 in 558 students from more than mentary and high schools last disaster will be held on Marshall. 40 states and 15 foreign week. Elementary principal Monday, September 12 in Klaith has been a tireless countries who have enrolled Jerald Goehring and High Charter Hall 201 on the advocate and fund-raiser for as new cadets at New Mexico School Principal B.W. campus of Southwest Memorial Park. Military Institute for the Wiecks accepted the flags Minnesota State University. Schafer, an emergency 1991-92 school year. from VFW members Don Both events are spon- response specialist with the Ruth Rongstad accompa- Leahy and Floyd Knakmuhs, sored by the SMSU History Marshall office of the nied her grandson, Todd and Legion members Orlen Club. Minnesota Pollution Hungerford of Slayton, to Gro o xr,~ , ..... a The first event will be a: Control Agency, is the one ~: early .turoay ~ Dale Hanson." .... mculty presentanon n:o~? who he~d_@0Ut the 0ppor- ~*~;~here he wdGbe 11 30 a.m.-l:30 p.m Fwe tunity t0'~qui~e:a beam attending college. Darrell faculty members will reflect from the World Trade on the events of September Center. 11. Their presentation will While in New York for be followed by a facilitated training following 9-11, "I CLASSIFIED ADS discussionofpeople'smem- heard thattherewerearti- pries and feelings about thatfacts being held back pend- day, and its aftermath, ing a request for memorials. SMALL PRICE The faculty panel That sparked my interest," includes Associate he said. BIG RESULTS Professor of History Dr. He called Klaith, and the Jeffrey Kolnick; Professor decision was made to make of History Dr. Joan Gittens; that request. Schafer drove adjunct English faculty to New York and picked the member James Hubley; beam up in September See a photo in the Sentinel Tribune you like? Now you can order it and other photos not printed quick and easy on line... Associate Professor of 2002. History Dr. Thomas "I am absolutely amaze Williford; and Professor of and so proud of what this Music Dr. Daniel Rieppel. has become," he said. "It's Marshall Fire Chief Marc more than I had imagined, Klaith and Craig Schafer when Mark and I first talk- will give a presentation that ed. I never knew it would evening from 7-8:30 p.m. It reach this significance." is entitled "The Beam: Both presentations are Remember 9-11" and will free and open to the public. revolve around the acquisi- tion of the World Trade Center beam and how it led See a speciatist here at home Endoscopy JosephWittett, DO September 15 You can have photos from recent newspapers printed professionally. Cardiology Marian Petrasko, MD, PhD Select pictures from albums including September 20 many that were not printed in the Orthopedics Joyce Tarbet, MD newspaper. These photos are available September 2 to yOU through easy online purchase. Nephrology Anthony Rupp, MD September 7 General Surgery Tim Bakatakos, MD September 8 Michael Schneider, MD September 26 This blue button on our website links YOU To schedule your appointment to all of our PICTURES today, call 507-274-6121 September 12-16, 2011 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, glazed car- rots, fruit sauce Tuesday: Pork roast, mashed potatoes, beets, des- sert Wednesday: Hamburgers/ fixings, salad, dessert Thursday: Beef tips over noodles, squash, dessert Friday: Homemade pizza, salad, dessert 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. 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 weather has ben lovely with many opportunities to get out- doors. It's nice to see many of our tenants enjoy- ing their terrace or deck now that it's so nice out- side. Activities this week have included the tenant meeting, th bus ride down- town Walnut Grove, BINGO, Wii, PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, SkipBo, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, a painting craft, Catholic Mass and Cowboy Jim providing special musical entertainment for all tenants on Thursday. Looking forward to next there will be Bible Study on Wednesday morning and Ecumenical Church on Thursday. We will contin- ue to follow the calendar for the scheduled daily activities as well. Assisted Living Week is just around the comer and runs September 12-16. We have many special games and activities planned, along with special enter- tainment every day of the week. We will be giving prizes to tenants participat- ing in the activities. Connie Ford will cele- brate her birthday on the 6th with cake and coffee. Connie shares a September birthday with Gaoshoua Vang who celebrates on the 7th. Please extend birthday wishes to both. That's the news from the country. Have a terrific week! MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS r TEN YEARS AGO September 5, 2001 According to projected enrollment figures, about 35 mores students will be attend- ing the elementary, middle, and high school this year. The new enrollment shows an increase to 485 students in all the grades. Walnut Grove residents are urged to secure their resi- dences when leaving, and to also report suspicious people in the neighborhood. There have been a couple of house burglaries in Walnut Grove, prompting the reminder to residents. WWG FFA had three stu- dents participate in the MN State Fair Dairy Judging Contest. Lyle Noomen, Annalie Bloch, and Mark Pierson judged six classes, made of Holstein cows and calves, Jersey cows, and Brown Swiss cows. Mark Pierson placed 10th in indi- vidual competition. TWENTY YEARS AGO September 4, 1991 One of the largest crowds in the 15-year history of the State Rolle Bolle Tournament held at the Ed Putte farm each year, attended the past weekend. About 30 campers parked on the spacious grounds to enjoy the games. Members of the Tracy Unit 204th Medical Clearing Co. of the National Guard, held a reunion at Plum Creek Upper Park on Saturday, August 31. The unit was activated in January of 1951 when there were called to participate in the Korean conflict. THIRTY YEARS AGO September 3, 1981 Pastor Bob Miner and wife Judy, arrived in Walnut Grove on Monday, August 31, to assume the pastoral duties at Trinity Lutheran Church. Trees around the Lloyd Halstenson home were a blossom with bright orange Monarch butterflies for sev- eral days last week. The Monarch's seemed to be rest- ing during the rain and con- gregated on the trees in large clusters for several days. We have had a mish mash of cool temperatures, rain, mist, fog, and just plain dark, gloomy weather the past week. Total amounts of moisture the past week was not more than about 1/2 inch of rain, that fell intermittently throughout the week, soaking the fields. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 507-274-6136 1-800-410-1859 is scheduled for Sentinel Tribune Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available. I II II Tuesday, September 13, 2011 from 5:30-6:30pm in the I I lower level of Peterson Estates. SANF ~RD ! ] [ All are invited to attend, [ I1- I / 1 SANF RD" - . I