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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ("ommunity / Wednesday, GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO September 22, 1999 Three incumbents have filed for school board posi- tions in the general election in November. Jim Christensen, Brenda Seeger, and Bruce Jorgenson terms expire this year. In addition t O these, Rick Nordahl has also filed. About 14 walkers from the Kiwanis Club walked out to the Rolling Hills Golf Club Saturday morn- ing to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network. The club, as of Saturday, had raised $2500 with more to come in. Last year the club was the top donor of Kiwanis Clubs in the Sioux Falls District. After the walk, the group enjoyed a delicious break- fast.. Members of the Westbrook Christian School were on hand at the recent Storden City Council meeting to arrange for the final paper work on the lease of the Storden School City Center gymnasium for their use during the 1999- 2000 school year. They agreed to pay $400 per month for a nine month period. Homecoming King at Westbrook High School, crowned Mike Hopper and Shawna Pederson as 1989- 90 Homecoming King and Queen. In keeping with tradition Shawna and Mike officially declared the opening of the Homecoming festivities. Dennis Klute of Westbrook-Darfur State Bank has been appointed as a 1989-90 Enterprise Network Board of Directors for the MN Bankers Association. The 12-member board is responsible for directing and overseeing the associa- tions economic develop- ment efforts. THIRTY YEARS AGO September 20, 1979 Dr. J.V. Carlson was recently presented a clock with an engraved plaque commemorating 50 years of service in the medical pro- fession. Presenting the clock was Frank M. Monroe, a representative of Abbott Laboratories. Priscilla Marshall was crowned Homecoming Queen and Ricky Ewy King at coronation festivities held Monday night at the high school. They will reign over Homecoming events taking place this week and ending with the game against Comfrey on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Byrne were honored on the occa- sion of their 50th wedding anniversary at art open house reception on Sunday, August 12, at the Dovray American Legion Hall. The event was hosted by their children; TWENTY YEARS AGO September 20, 1989 At a special meeting Tuesday, September 12, the Westbrook school board voted to seek an increase in the tax levy for general and special purposes for the year 1989, to be collected in 1990. The board feels that by by that time, the general fund will be at a dangerous level unless acti i [row , ..... .... I ennls, relgng ., Westbrook news Gleason of Currie and Rebecca Connolly of St. Paul. Coralyn Comnick and Iris Marshall were Sunday supper guests of Steve and Priscilla Comnick to honor Jacob on his sixteenth birthday. Helen Thorstad Of Lake Crystal and Bonnie Knutson were Saturday afternoon visitors of Iris Marshall. Bring/call news items to the Sentinel Office 274-6136 in Westbrook; mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507-274- 6137 or by e-mail at Deadline for social news is Monday noon. Marilyn Wolfe of Chicago and Iris Marshall were Tuesday and Wednesday guests of Randall and Elizabeth Swan in Shoreview. Joining them for dinner on Tuesday were Marlene Extension offers Food Safety Employee Training SW/WC Service Cooperative in Marshall. Pre-registration is required and clas size is limited. For more information or a regis- tration brochure contact Connie Schwartau at 507- 337-2819 or CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU The University of Minnesota Extension is offer- ing a 2-hour course for food service workers that covers the basic requirements for safe food handling. A single outbreak of food- borne illness can easily cost a food service operation $75,000. Food Safety Employee Training is one way food service establish- ments can proactively work towards preventing such loss- es. The course will be held on Monday, October 19, 2009 from 2:30 to 4:30 PM at the .... ' *\\; ...... "L. t i /' ! WESTBROOK HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM OHN H00Se I 00iiiiiii!00 N ii 0000!ii00i00iiiiiiiiii ii lit Please come and reacquaint yourselves with Westbrook History. The museum has begun a partnership with the WWG School to get students involved in community service and the appreciation of local history. Apple Cider and cookies to be served throughout the day. Kopperud - Ki Lynn King and Joanna (Kopperud) King were mar- ried on June 6, 2009, on a cold and rainy day, at the Kopperud family farm in rural Westbrook, MN. The couple was married in Sheryl's gar- den overlooking the beautiful Minnesotan scenery of the Dutch Charlie Creek. Parents of the couple are Gordy and Sheryl Kopperud and Randy and Susan King. The bride's matron of honor was her sister Rebekah Saffert. Bridal attendants were Ingrid Warmka friend of couple, Dawn Kopperud sis- ter-in-law of bride, and Krista Kopperud sister-in-law of bride. The groom's best man was his father Randy King, other groomsmen were Scott King brother of groom, Devin King brother of groom, and JD Stalker friend of couple. Ushers were Andy Kopperud brother of bride, Matt Kopperud brother of bride and Joe Saffert brother- in-law of bride. As the rain subsided, the bride was escorted down the aisle by her father while her brother Matt sang and played acoustic-gui- tar. Lynn waited.frr his ;bride to arrive under the arbor, which was handmade by him ng wedding and Gordy. Due to the weath- er conditions, the bridesmaids all wore black cover-ups with rubber knee high boots. The men shivered through the cold. All guests stood under tents to witness this wonder- ful rainy occasion. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Kopperud Farm. Featured were steaks grilled by the Cottonwood Cattlemen's association. All guests were happy when the dance started so that they could warm up from the cold weather. Joanna is a 2001 graduate from Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School and a 2005 graduate from Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato, MN. Lynn is a 1997 graduate from Keamey High School. After that he served in the US Army for ten years. Following the wedding, the couple calls sunny Tigard, OR home. They are both employed at Skedco Inc. The bride is a communications coordinator and the groom is a medical products specialist and inventor of the Field Expedient Bleeding Simulatiofi System. PETERSON ESTATES By Sheryl Kopperud Peterson Estates has enjoyed an exciting summer with several summer interns leading the activity pro- gram. Melinda, Amanda and Andrea have led us in many new and entertaining activities. We have enjoyed having the young ladies here to share in our activity and afternoon coffee time. We hate to see the summer end when they go back to school. We have many spe- cial memories of them shar- ing their time and talents with us and we wish them well in their studies this year. As we look forward to the fall season we are antic- ipating the harvest season with its changing scenery and fall aromas filling the air. The trees Outside of our windows have already begun to display a fine fall picture. We have enjoyed sitting on the patio soaking in the warmer fall tempera- tures the last few days. There is much discussion during these outside ses- sions or in the mornings waiting for the mail to arrive. Is it possille that there aremany problems of the world solved and no one is sharing? We look forward to new activities coming yet this month. There will be a card making session and also a favorite game of Domino Bingo. Of course there will be games of Skip Bo, garbage, dominoes and maybe even some surprises. Appreciation to Lillian and her family for the won- derful coffee and cake served last week during cof- fee time. Lillian will be leaving our facility to live with her daughter. We will miss her greatly but we wish her-well in this new endeavor. Bone Builders continues to meet every Monday and Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the dining room. This is open to all community members and we welcome new participants anytime. If you would like more information concerning this program you can call Sheryl at 274-6804. Open For Food .Saturday, Sunda ", Monday and Wednesday Rolling Hills Golf Club Westbrook 507-274-5166 717420 September 23, 2009 Pae 6 GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER By Bernice Bunkers Where has the summer gone? It has been a beauti- ful summer for outings with the cooler days. We always have at least enough resi- dents to take one cart ride, often we need to offer a second one so all who want to go can. We have tried to take the residents around town weekly as weather and schedule permit. Favorite outing activities have been looking at the vegetable and flower gar- dens, stopping for popcorn at the bank and this week they picked a few apples along the way. Speaking of gardens, we want to tell you how much we have appreciated the fresh produce the local gar- deners have shared. There isn't anything as tasty as fresh sweet corn and fresh tomatoes ! We express our sympathy to the family and friends of Bernice Bashans. We will miss her as not only as a resident but also as a volun- teer and friend who enter- tained the people at our almost monthly for over 30 years. Resident Council met this past Monday with Ruth Egenes, our social worker. Attending were Katherine Sondergaard, Vera Quade, Bev Busswitz, Elta Barker, Wera Larson, Merron Gullickson, Amy Pederson, Agnes Zgoda, and Ethel Cohrs.. Also on hand to answer questions and pres- ent some of the agenda was Andrew Hewitt, Administrator. Birthday greetings this month go to Katherine Sondergaard, Marguerite Christensen and Amy Pederson. We will also be recogniz- ing the 86th anniversary of the Good Samaritan Society on September 29 with a special devotional service at noon. Bill and Elaine and sad face tomato. Elaine brought in a perfect "sad face" tomato. The tomato initiat- ed lots of conversation. Submitted photo WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 2009 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operat- ing day. Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 am, Monday thru Friday. Monday: Hamburger, tomato casserole, salad, corn, bread/margarine, cookie, milk Tuesday: Lemon pepper fish, baked potato, creamed carrots, bread/margarine, pie, milk Wednesday: Ham, scal- loped potatoes, CA blend vegetables, bread/mar- garine, fruit cocktail, milk Thursday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes/gravy, carrots, dinner, roll, fruit cobbler, milk Friday: Creamy veg- etable soup, turkey, Waldorf salad, crackers, brownie, 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. Free movie at Cottonwood County Historical Society The public is invited to a free showing of the 1927 classic movie "Wings" at the Cottonwood County Historical Society on September 26, 2009. The movie will begin at 1:30 p.m. and run approximately two hours, concessions will be available for pur- chase. "Wings follows the story of two fighter pilots during World War I. they are sta- tioned in France where they become friends, participate in "dog fights," and eventu- ally become romantic rivals. The movie's stars, Clara Bow, Charles Rogers, and Richard Arlen, all give strong performances in this silent film. Also making a brief appearance is a very young Gary Cooper. This film won two Academy Awards at the very first Academy Awards ceremony in 1929. One was for its Special Effects, which to this day remain an astounding accomplish- ment. "Wings" also won an Academy Award for Best Picture. This movie showing is part of the CCHS's celebra- tion of early aviation, Attendees are also invited to view the traveling exhibA it "Heroes of the Sky: Adventures in Early Flight, 1903-1939" as well as an exhibit featuring Cottonwood County's Otto Timm. 274-6136 oR 1-800-410 1859